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Jessica D. Braband
BetterPhoto Member Since: 7/2/2003
 

Storybook Photography


I have an assignment with College to do a storybook with Photography. (A story with pictures only) Anyone have any suggestions? I have a mind block on this subject especially when I have not done anything like this before.

Any Suggestions would be greatly appreciated.

Thank you.


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7/31/2003 11:32:34 AM

 
Judith A. Clark   Ok I know mind blocks, every photo tells a story, so the possiblitys are endless. Take a walk thru the park, take photos at a party, any thing can be a story. Do they have to be photos taken by you? If not, tell the story of someones life, maybe even your own.


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8/1/2003 5:12:20 AM

 
Lisa Doyle
BetterPhoto Member Since: 12/28/2002
  We all love photos of children and anilmals, Maybe rent a child if you do not have any of your own and take them out for an ice cream...The story can be summer base and shoot as the child eats the ice cream, best to get a young child, messey may be good...


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8/1/2003 7:08:23 AM

 
Jessica D. Braband
BetterPhoto Member Since: 7/2/2003
  Thank you for the suggestions Judith & Lisa. Yes the photos need to be taken by me. I've thought about a fishing trip in a canoe & a day of romance with a loved one at a park. This storybook consist of 12 pictures any size. Its an exciting project. I appreciate your help. :)


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8/2/2003 6:37:08 AM

 
John A. Lind
BetterPhoto Member Since: 9/27/2001
  For something completely different, think in terms of a "Day In the Life" of some very common, inanimate object.

It can range from the seeming mundane, but possibly interesting objects that do not move in which many humans will interact over the course of a day:
(a) Bus stop
(b) Park bench

To a whimsical one in which the object travels with a person throughout a day (if only they could tell what they see):
(a) No. 2 yellow wood pencil
(b) Wristwatch
(c) Set of car keys

-- John


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8/2/2003 11:22:02 PM

 
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8/3/2003 9:43:57 AM

 
Tiffany M. Barkevich   hi Jessica
i would say take pictures that inspire you to write a story. view your photos and then make a story out of those. if you just focus on things that remind you of your childhood, I think it might be easier for you to write a story.

Tiffany Barkevich
Antigodess@hotmail.com


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8/11/2003 5:09:55 AM

 
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