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Unite For Site --- Telling the Story: Field Techniques for Documentary Photographers.

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    • Unite for Sight - April 17, 2011 Yale University Telling the Story: Documentary Photography for NGOs
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    • Documentary Photography
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    • What is photography?
      • Photography is reacting to what you
      • see and organizing it into a frame.
      Elliot Erwitt - Magnum Stories ; Pg. 138
    • We’re responsible for EVERYTHING in the frame.
    • The Frame.
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    • Placement of the subject
    • Eleanor, Chicago, 1949 © Harry Callahan
    • © Henri Cartier-Bresson/ Magnum Photos
    • The Rule of Thirds …
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    • Our next choice is where to put the horizon?
    • What is this photograph about ?
    • The Earth or the sky?
    • Ansel Adams. Canyon De Chelly National Monument, Arizona, 1942
    • © 1982 by William Albert Allard from Vanishing Breed , published by the New York Graphic Society Books
    • © Joseph Koudelka/ Magnum Photos
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    • Pay special attention to the edges of the frame.
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    • © Alex Webb, Magnum Photos
    • Light.
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    • The Blue Sixty: The sixty-minutes after the sun has gone over the horizon.
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      • Holding the camera
      • Approaching people
      • Working with interpreters
      • Ethics
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