Photographers are Storytellers
Photography has the power to give viewers a glimpse into another's life. Just as much, photographers have the opportunity to lead their viewers through complex narratives. Every photographer wants to shoot meaningful work that resonates with viewers and carries narrative weight. But sometimes a photographer can't tell the who story with a single image.
By mindfully shooting collections of images, photographers can create a series that explicitly tells a more complex story. But what types of images should a photographer take and use in their collections?
Learn more about how I shoot collections for greater storytelling in my full article written exclusively for my friends at Digital Photography School. here.
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Who Is Andrew Faulk?
Tokyo photographer Andrew Faulk specializes in portrait, editorial, event, and commercial photography assignments. With over a decade of experience living and working in Asia, he collaborates with individuals, families, publications, and corporations to create timeless images under any deadline. Andrew's work is frequently featured in a variety of international travel and lifestyle publications. He is a husband, father, and lover of fried food.