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  1. 1. Presented byBruce Watterson Vice President Darlington School l
  2. 2. Look for storytelling moments
  3. 3. Look for storytelling moments
  4. 4. Look for storytelling moments - Unusual cropping techniques
  5. 5. Look for storytelling moments
  6. 6. Look forstorytellingmoments
  7. 7. Look for storytelling moments
  8. 8. Look forstorytelling moments
  9. 9. Look for storytelling moments
  10. 10. Look for storytelling moments
  11. 11. Look for repetition of patterns
  12. 12. Look for actionand reaction to that action
  13. 13. Look for reaction
  14. 14. Look for unusual angles
  15. 15. Look for reaction
  16. 16. Look for storytellingmoments/historicalmoments
  17. 17. Look for storytelling moments
  18. 18. Look for storytellingmoments/acti on and reaction
  19. 19. Look for storytelling moments/action and reaction
  20. 20. Anticipate the moment and have the patience to wait for the moment
  21. 21. Look for storytelling moments
  22. 22. Look for storytelling moments
  23. 23. Get in close to your subject
  24. 24. Control thebackground
  25. 25. Look for storytelling moments; shoot from unusual angles
  26. 26. Pre-focus, anticipate the action and capture it; remember,patience is a virtue in photography
  27. 27. Use shallow depth of field (wide aperture) to blur thebackground
  28. 28. Follow the ball and/or receiver to capture the moment
  29. 29. Look for contrasts:young vs. old, rich vs.poor, tall vs. short
  30. 30. …and when littlekids and big kids gettogether, you’ll finda good photo
  31. 31. Note the contrast in reactions to the same event
  32. 32. Look for storytelling moments;know the players and the sport
  33. 33. Look for opportunities to use backlighting to create a silhouette
  34. 34. Look for opportunities to usebacklighting to create a silhouette
  35. 35. Look for opportunities to use backlighting to create a silhouette
  36. 36. Look for opportunities to use backlighting to create a silhouette
  37. 37. Look for reactions; stay until the game ends
  38. 38. Sometimes you needonly show a part ofsomething to tell thestory symbolically
  39. 39. Don’t be afraid to use a slower shutter speed to show motion
  40. 40. Look for photos which will function as symbols or icons for astory or theme (Unity, for example)
  41. 41. Note how this photosymbolizes theheadline for thismedia guide
  42. 42. Capture the moment
  43. 43. Photo story: Tell the complete story through the lens of the camera
  44. 44. Photo story: Tell the complete story through the lens of the camera
  45. 45. Photo story: Tell the complete story through the lens of the camera
  46. 46. Photo story: Tell the complete story through the lens of the camera
  47. 47. Photo illustrations must be labeled as such
  48. 48. Photo illustrationsmust be labeled as such
  49. 49. Photo illustrations must be labeled as such unless they’recreated for advertisements
  50. 50. Photo illustrations can alsobe posed
  51. 51. Digitally altering realitymandates that the photo be labeled as ax photo illustration
  52. 52. Photo illustrations must be labeled as such; this staff describeshow they altered the photo in the caption that accompanies it
  53. 53. Don’t do this to your friends or your teachers
  54. 54. Remember to capture themagic of the moment
  55. 55. Remember to get in closeto your subject
  56. 56. Remember to tell the story through a close up
  57. 57. Remember to tell the story through a close up
  58. 58. Look for repetition of patterns; catch the action at a peak moment
  59. 59. Remember to tell the story through a close up; get reactions
  60. 60. Remember to tell the story through a close up; get reactions
  61. 61. Remember to make theverbal-visual connectionbetween the content ofthe photo and theprimary headline
  62. 62. Look for funnymoments
  63. 63. Look for emotional reactions
  64. 64. Capture thethrill of victory
  65. 65. …and the agony of defeat
  66. 66. …and the agony of defeat
  67. 67. Look for little kids among big kids
  68. 68. Capture the reactions
  69. 69. …and the friendships
  70. 70. …and remember…youonly get one shot!

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