Nikki B. Berber
The types of Photographs?
I really do not understand about what People-Journalism style means? And if I don't know what it means how am I suppose to take a picture of it? Also close-ups. Does that mean you just get close to one specific obeject? Im sorry if these are dumb questions. It's just I want to make sure. Thank You!
John A. Lind
Your question reads like this is a class or course assignment. If so, your teacher may have some specific details in mind.
Now add "people" to the front of it, which I haven't seen done before, and my educated guess is that the principle subject material is humans to capture some or all of the following:
If I were given this as an assignment with no further definition, my approach would be making photographs that capture as much as this list as possible in photographs that stand on their own and do not require a story line to go with it. It's not possible to show the "who" by name unless it is a well-known public personality, but the photograph can capture elements such as profession, pastime/hobby, social class, personality, etc.
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