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March 18, 2014 / Ginny Banks

Final Project: Narrative Photography.

Unlike other types of photography, such as landscape and portraiture, the point of narrative photography is to tell a story or suggest a sequence. The story/sequence can be fictitious or documentary in format. It can be linear or consist of flashbacks or montages of events. It should have a structure of some kind in order for the narrative to unfold and be understood. The images should relate to each other on a conceptual level or a formal (structural) level or both. Students will be taking lots of color film for this assignment. The idea is to be personal with the narrative. The following images are from Nancy Grace Horton’s Ms. Behavior series.

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