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

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