Wednesday, December 19, 2012

Storytelling Photography – PictureCorrect

Storytelling Photography – PictureCorrect: "A few weeks back I had visited George Eastman Museum of Photography where there was an exhibition on travel photography. It was a great experience of watching world’s best photographs showcased in a 2hour tour of the exhibition halls. After looking at most of the photos (half way of the tour), I found an intangible element in almost all the photos. It’s the “story” behind what (and how) the photo has been shot. What can make a simple photograph of two children staring at the camera from inside a window of a mud house in Peru so unique and worth that it was displayed to thousands of people visiting the museum."

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