Join Steve Simon for an in-depth discussion in this video The final story sequence for Coney Island photo essay, part of Shooting a Photo Essay: Coney Island.
- Well, there you have it.…It's been an amazingly fun time at Coney Island…and you know this storied approach that I took…to try and tell a story here at Coney Island,…I think it will serve you well if you take that…storied approach to kind of any photographic situation…that you're in because you end up shooting…not just what your first instinct is but other images…and sometimes it's those other images…that surprisingly end up as being the strongest ones.…So I take that storied approach to kind of all my work…and I would suggest that maybe you try it as well.…
So here is my take on Coney Island.…This is my story.…I spent a little time sequencing it.…I hope you enjoy it,…and I hope you learned a lot here in this course.…(energetic jazz music)…
- Getting the lay of the land
- Shooting action shots
- Photographing rides
- Photographing food and people
- Reviewing the images from Coney Island
Skill Level Intermediate
Travel Photography: Seaside Road Tripwith Mikkel Aaland45m 28s Intermediate
Enhancing a Travel Photo with Photoshop and Lightroomwith Jan Kabili54m 49s Intermediate
The Traveling Photographer: Fundamentalswith David Hobby2h 19m Intermediate
The Traveling Photographer: New Yorkwith David Hobby1h 7m Intermediate
Exploring the Amusement Park: Day One
Photographing the Rides at the Amusement Park
Photographing the Food and People at Coney Island
Reviewing the Photos from Coney Island
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