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Project Development - Tips of methods

Hey People – I am having an issue that I hope some of you may be able to shed some light on (instead of capturing) – Get it?? ;)

…anyways, I’ve done several short-and-long term reportages since 2009 and have come back with a wealth of images and stories that are (still) waiting to be edited/told.

However, when confronted on how to put something meaningful together – a story, for that matter – I run into a series of self-defeating ideologies:

1) How do I tackle a library of 3 – 4 k images and make something sensible?
2) How can I organize images/thoughts so there’s a coherent thread?
3) When you have 3k+ images, and you dwindle those down to 12 images – how can you realistically be with the massive amount of baby killing you’ve done?

1) Has this been told already and who cares,
2) There already enough content clogging the ether – why add more?

I apologize if these questions seem to be coming from a neophyte – I am, for all practical purposes, still emerging as a photographer.

So any advice from the guys I know and those that I don’t about your methods, experiences, and insights would be grand – and hopefully it can help some of the other relatively green photographers trying to find a place in these times.

Feel free to answer all – some – or none of the questions posed. The overall tone of this thread is more to exchange methodologies and provide perspective.

Thanks, Grazie, Obrigato, Merci, Evhxaristo, Mh-goi, Gracias …


09 Nov 2010 13:11 | 5 replies

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