Join Paul Taggart for an in-depth discussion in this video Final slideshow, part of Shooting a Photo Essay in 60 Minutes.
…So I finished my final edit of my pie project.…This is a personal edit, this isn't for anybody else.…But I decided to make a slide show out of it and…it's got the sequencing that I enjoy and…it's got a couple extra images you may have not seen earlier in the course.…Because in certain situations like with the still life of the pie,…there was three or four pictures that I liked not just one.…I've included them in this slide show.…Take a look and I hope you enjoy it.…
In this course, photojournalist Paul Taggart rises to the challenge and shoots a photo essay in only an hour. Shooting under time pressure is a common challenge for a photojournalist, and Paul describes the kinds of planning and shooting that gets results. Learn what kinds of shots you'll need for any type of photo essay, and learn how to engage and interact with subjects who you just met and might never see again.