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50 Years of Telling Stories (Storytelling)

Lecture no. 21 from the course: National Geographic Masters of Photography

50 Years of Telling Stories (Storytelling)

Taught by Professor Joel Sartore and 11 others | 29 min | Categories: The Great Courses Plus Online Hobby & Leisure Courses

How do photographers put pictures together to tell a story? What needs to be included for a photo essay to be successful? William Albert Allard answers these questions in detail using examples from his 40-plus photographic essays for National Geographic, including his groundbreaking first assignment on the Amish of Lancaster County, Pennsylvania.

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