The Art of Story Telling
(Visual Communication & Documentation )
“You don't take a photograph,
you make it.”
Ansel Adams
RULE OF THIRDS THE GOLDEN RATIO
A single or a series of images describing a news story in accordance to Journalism
Ethics
▪ Observation
▪ Research
▪ Antic...
Photojournalist
vs.
Photographers
Photojournalists
shoot action verbs:
Smiles, Cries, Kicks
& the Nouns that we shoot
shou...
Photographers
take pictures of Nouns
(peoples, places and things)
Photojournalist
vs.
Photographers
Photographer: Dorothea
Lange
Title: Migrant Mother
Year: 1939
Impact: This image taken
during the depression of
1930s boug...
The Tank Man
Photographer: Jeff Widener
Title: Tank Man
Location: Tiananmen
Square Protest, Beijing
Year: 1989
1936 Loyalist Militiaman at the
Moment of Death by Robert
Capa
This picture caused a stir when
it was published in French
...
Sudanese child with a
vulture by Kevin Carter
This Pulitzer Prize-winning
picture of a vulture waiting
to feed on a dying ...
Things to Consider
 Be there before time
 Learn your surroundings
 Be invisible
 Talk to your subjects
 Do not influence your surroundings
 Use minimum of Editing as possible
 Do not mock a situation
 Get to know your sub...
 Professional Photojournalists invest heavily into their equipment
 They purchase high end DSLRs
 Hands on with various...
 Visibility
 Builds Credibility
 Encourages Interaction
 Allows Viral Growth
 Opportunities
 Instant Feedback
 Its all about who you
follow
 Use relevant hashtags ”#”
(e.g. #healthjournalism,
#Pakistanhealth)
 Engage by using the...
Facebook Page
 Creates business opportunity
 Free space for online portfolio
 Provides a detailed analytics of your page
 Upload frequently-Make sure you constantly keep updating your facebook
page in-order to be visible.
 Create Albums-Keep...
 Connect with other photographers
 Help your SEO
 Show your work via apps
 Connect other Social media networks
 Like minded professional photographer’s community
 Rich content on every subject
 Storage space
 Store High Quality I...
 Provides free legal to share creativity and Knowledge
 It uses terms like “some rights reserved”
 Content can be copie...
 By Attribution
 Attribution-ShareAlike/Copyleft
 Attribution-NoDerivs
 Attribution-NonCommercial
 Attribution-NonCom...
 Mobile Phone Application
 Easy to use
 Built specifically for Images
 Update your assignments instantly
Thank you
info@mudabbirmaajid.com
@mudabbirmaajid
www.mudabbirmaajid.com
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  1. 1. The Art of Story Telling (Visual Communication & Documentation )
  2. 2. “You don't take a photograph, you make it.” Ansel Adams
  3. 3. RULE OF THIRDS THE GOLDEN RATIO
  4. 4. A single or a series of images describing a news story in accordance to Journalism Ethics ▪ Observation ▪ Research ▪ Anticipate ▪ Timing ▪ Composition ▪ Time Management
  5. 5. Photojournalist vs. Photographers Photojournalists shoot action verbs: Smiles, Cries, Kicks & the Nouns that we shoot should tell a story
  6. 6. Photographers take pictures of Nouns (peoples, places and things) Photojournalist vs. Photographers
  7. 7. Photographer: Dorothea Lange Title: Migrant Mother Year: 1939 Impact: This image taken during the depression of 1930s bought relief for the pea pickers soon after the feature was published Migrant Mother Historical Impact of Photographs
  8. 8. The Tank Man Photographer: Jeff Widener Title: Tank Man Location: Tiananmen Square Protest, Beijing Year: 1989
  9. 9. 1936 Loyalist Militiaman at the Moment of Death by Robert Capa This picture caused a stir when it was published in French magazine Vu, and, it has been argued, even helped strengthen the Republican cause. Some regarded it as a symbol of anti- Fascism, others as a more universal anti-war statement. Either way, the political implications of photography were fast being realized. Loyalist Militiaman
  10. 10. Sudanese child with a vulture by Kevin Carter This Pulitzer Prize-winning picture of a vulture waiting to feed on a dying toddler in Sudan summed up the cruelty of the famine in Sudan. It also, famously, highlighted the plight of the photographer; within three months of gaining recognition for this photograph, Kevin Carter committed suicide.
  11. 11. Things to Consider
  12. 12.  Be there before time  Learn your surroundings  Be invisible  Talk to your subjects
  13. 13.  Do not influence your surroundings  Use minimum of Editing as possible  Do not mock a situation  Get to know your subject  Wait for the right moment
  14. 14.  Professional Photojournalists invest heavily into their equipment  They purchase high end DSLRs  Hands on with various Image Editing softwares  Photoshop  Aperture  Lightroom  Capture-one  Digital Cameras  Mobile Phone Camera
  15. 15.  Visibility  Builds Credibility  Encourages Interaction  Allows Viral Growth  Opportunities  Instant Feedback
  16. 16.  Its all about who you follow  Use relevant hashtags ”#” (e.g. #healthjournalism, #Pakistanhealth)  Engage by using the “@”  Do not delay the story  While posting include where, when & who  Engage your Viewers/Readers  Retweet similar stories
  17. 17. Facebook Page  Creates business opportunity  Free space for online portfolio  Provides a detailed analytics of your page
  18. 18.  Upload frequently-Make sure you constantly keep updating your facebook page in-order to be visible.  Create Albums-Keep your Images organized under albums  Engagement-Reply to your followers appropriately  Timeliness-Update images relevant to the a prevailing story in other media forms  Share Similar Stories
  19. 19.  Connect with other photographers  Help your SEO  Show your work via apps  Connect other Social media networks
  20. 20.  Like minded professional photographer’s community  Rich content on every subject  Storage space  Store High Quality Images  Secure Data in original quality  Restrict download  Categorized Groups according to the industry  Relevant Tags  Flickr Creative Commons
  21. 21.  Provides free legal to share creativity and Knowledge  It uses terms like “some rights reserved”  Content can be copied, distributed, edited, remixed, and built up  Creative Commons has six variant licenses  Largest pool of Creative Common Images can be found on Flickr
  22. 22.  By Attribution  Attribution-ShareAlike/Copyleft  Attribution-NoDerivs  Attribution-NonCommercial  Attribution-NonCommercial-ShareAlike  Attribution-NonCommercial-ShareAlike  Attribution-NonCommercial-NoDerivs
  23. 23.  Mobile Phone Application  Easy to use  Built specifically for Images  Update your assignments instantly
  24. 24. Thank you info@mudabbirmaajid.com @mudabbirmaajid www.mudabbirmaajid.com
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