Universal Story Telling

By dinahhillsdon

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In todays image saturated world the audience has become skeptical, no longer recognising themselves amongst overly contrived, polished imagery. People want to see something real; they want to resonate with imagery, to see themselves. In order to create this kind of digital intimacy you must be aware of the main principles of visual storytelling.

It’s not about showing the perfect moment anymore, but the real moment. People are seeking authenticity in images. They want to see an instant that speaks to their human experience. Images that effect people tell a universal story, that of your subject, and that of your viewer. …read more

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