Storytelling With Photography Part 9:Should I use Post Processing to Tell my Story?

Storytelling with Photography: Post Processing Decisions Great post processing decisions help to make your photos into powerful stories. I rely on a set workflow to help me make those decisions which I will share later […]

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Storytelling Photography Part 8•Finding your Own Voice

In the first blog of this series on Storytelling Photography I talked a lot about identifying what and how you like to shoot.  Landscapes, Portraits, Macros, Street, Models, Fashion, Food, Weddings, Children, Travel, Candids, abstracts […]

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Storytelling Photography Part 7, Using Multiple photos.

In Parts 1-6 of Storytelling with Photos, we have covered style, motivation, inspiration, composition, and some technique tips.  If you want to catch up just use the blog link in the top menu of this […]

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Lines and Color: Compelling Storytelling with Photography, Part 6

Storytelling: Why Great Landscape Photographers Love Light Lines and Colors Shooting Inspired Photography is more than just raw talent and a decent camera, though those things certainly help. The first step in good storytelling is engage […]

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Inspiration: Storytelling with Photos Part 5

Finding Inspiration In my last few posts I shared about how important it is to shoot from your heart if you want to have memorable photos.  That is of course Job One for any storytelling […]

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Monumental Storm

Light Finder Photography Doug Bailey Images   My newest release is a series of photos taken in Utah’s famous Monument Valley. This first photo is just to set the table for the main course to follow! […]

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Finding Your Inspiration. Storytelling with Photos Part 4

Last week I told you a bit of my story in Part 3 of this series.  This week the challenge is to find your’s. Don’t worry, all this ties together into one big storytelling package! […]

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“Who are You?” Storytelling Part 3

I was ripe for a new journey.  My time as a firefighter had come to a sudden end with bad knees, stressed out mind, shaky hands, chronic bronchitis, and disability.  No complaints really, but I […]

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Peril and Promise: Storytelling Part 2

Photos that Connect A great photo is worth chasing after and to my mind worth great cost.  It is even better when you come away with two photos that tell a story.  Here’s what happened.  […]

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Storytelling Part 1

  Photography with Purpose, on Purpose Adding Story into your photos “Last Ride” You want your photos to have impact.  Who doesn’t!  “A Picture is worth a thousand words” seems to be self explanatory. But […]

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