Tips for Storytellers: How to make photos better

As a designer and editor, my projects have been made infinitely better because I’ve worked with stellar photojournalists. They’ve patiently schooled me on the importance of capturing the moment, finding the best light and thinking about composition. Here are a few tips. Part of a series of graphics with tips for storytellers, think of this as bite-sized inspiration. Next Friday: How to create your online portfolio and personal brand.

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  • MobileSoundz .

    1 more important rule. I DJ a lot of Weddings in Wilmington, NC and if your camera does not naturally produce a bokeh effect, do not create it afterwards in photoshop. Most the amateurs that do this, create a nasty blurry image. Just leave it natural. http://www.wilmington-wedding-dj.com

  • http://WWW.EXTRA-CASH-ONLINE.COM/ Robert Connor

    Hi Sara,
    We love the graphic and tips. HAVE A Great day on purpose!