Documentary coverage critique


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Documentary coverage critique

Douglas Kirkland> You have seen my process in making an editorial portrait, but there's so much more required in an editorial story such as we're telling here. You have got to tell how it happens, because you're giving information in your pictures. So let me take you through a process. Here is Hannie working and actually stitching these needles under the edge of her work. Part of her process. It's tremendously exciting to watch her. But are there different ways you could look at this? I made some close-ups, yes! But I thought it was more interesting to see the environment she was in, because she works on her sofa in her living room, very simple.

I got up a box that I had there with a wide-angle lens, and did the best I could to frame it and get what I felt was right. Very simple lighting. I just have two strobes going off the ceiling, because I wanted it all to look very natural, not like it was setup or too overly dramatic. So I was able to get this image, but ultimately...

Documentary coverage critique
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Documentary coverage critique provides you with in-depth training on Photography. Taught by Douglas Kirkland as part of the Douglas Kirkland on Photography: Editorial Assignment

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