Photo projects offer a great way to try something new and can help you get out of a rut.
Suppose, though, that you’re not in a rut and don’t necessarily need inspiration but are rather looking for a project that relates to a special interest or one that you want to focus your attention on. A photographic essay is a set or series of photographs that are intended to tell a story or evoke a series of emotions in the viewer.
For a longer essay, you could compare and contrast a rural school to a city school.
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Try to go deeper than the surface and look for what passersby tend to ignore. Find a neighborhood and, after photographing the homes, ask to photograph those inside the homes.
You could photograph them inside their homes or just in their doorways, depending upon what you want the focus to be on—the interiors or the individuals within those interiors. Find a school and photograph its students, teachers, and classrooms.Christina is a photojournalist for Revolutionary Media.She is also an instructor with the Institute in Photographic Studies.Give a visual sense of what they are trying to accomplish and why it is important. Find a location one would normally go to for a day out but treat this day out more as reportage—photograph behind the scenes shots, interview workers and customers.Locations could include amusement parks, nature preserves, or movie theaters.His first love is landscape photography, though he also enjoys urban exploration and street photography.Through his work with models, both in studio and on location, he has been internationally published in both digital and print publications.An impacting photo story can only be developed by skillful photographers who understand the emotions and concepts behind ever-great story.The form of such a story is called the photo essay.His blog, photo portfolio, and travel tales can be found at Today Christina Nichole Dickson looks at the topic of Photo Essays.