Student photographers often struggle with ways to make their images more interesting to readers. In this slide show, students are introduced to compositional techniques that should add clarity and purpose to their images. Check out this ‘No Excuses’ approach and find out:
•Why photography is critical to whether text is read in a publication.
•Why students who carry their cameras with them during the school day are more likely to capture “decisive moments” that make a difference in photo coverage.
•Why varying the camera angle can be the single most important aspect in photo composition.
The slide show is self paced. Simply press the space bar on your computer to advance each slide. Click on the graphic above to download the slide show (ppt.).
Related Link: Read THIS BLOG about the relationship between photography and text in planning yearbook spreads.