Documentary Project | Module 6 – Working with the available light - October 31, 2019
Documentary Project | Module 5 – Attitude: When we finally go to the location and start photographing - September 27, 2019
Documentary Project | Module 4 â€“ The essential accessories you may need - July 22, 2019
Zoom or Prime Lens? Find the right one for you - July 12, 2019
Documentary Project | Module 3 – Equipment: Choosing the right gear for your project - June 6, 2019
A new life for X-Pro1 - May 6, 2019
Documentary Project | Module 2 – Planning: All you need to do before you start shooting - April 17, 2019
Documentary Project | Module 1 – Finding Stories: Starting Your Own Project - March 29, 2019
Documentary Project | Module 0: Getting started (+video) - March 29, 2019
Talasnal – Mountains of Love (+video) - March 8, 2019
Developing a documentary project is a rewarding experience and will definitely change the way you photograph. All photographers have a favorite genre of photography and, within it, subjects for which they particularly interested. However, we often do it without a defined course, that is, we may consistently take excellent photos, but looking at them as a whole, they don’t have any type of connection between them. When making the decision to focus on a well defined project for a certain period of time, you will experience an extraordinary change in the way you photograph:
- You will photograph more;
- It will stay focused and motivated;
- Your work will be consistent;
- The final result will be a set of photographs that you will be proud of and that will last for years and years.
At this stage you have already made the decision to move forward with a project and you also chose the subject in which to focus. But before you pick up your camera and walk out of the door, please take a moment to make a plan. Believe me, it will make all the difference.
Whether the subject, theme or event takes place in your hometown or in a distant country, the right amount of preparation will increase the likelihood of success and allow everything to unfold without major problems or unforeseen circumstances that could jeopardize the accomplishment of the project. So let’s now look at some of the most important factors to be considered:
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