Tag: multimedia

  • Audio Slideshows: Part Two

    I respect and admire the work of Benjamin Chesterson, Co-Founder of duckrabbit and he’s someone I turn to for virtual mentorship on occasion. I posted previously about my revisiting the use of audio slideshows and came across this five year old posting from the duckrabbit blog entitled “In Praise Of The Audio Slideshow” and I […]

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  • Audio Slideshows: The Story is Everything

    Once again, I’m thinking outside the box – and asking why I should be doing what everyone else is doing for digital storytelling – ie; shooting nothing but video? There’s good video and bad video – and most of what I see today is along the lines of a comment I heard Photojournalist David Burnett […]

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  • The Importance of Audio via @MediaStorm

    If you’re going to get into the business of photojournalism, you need to know how to confidently record and manipulate sound… – Brian Storm (@MediaStorm)

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  • What Inspires Me: Airsick on @MediaStorm

    What Inspires Me: Airsick on @MediaStorm “Created with 20,000 photographs and a haunting soundtrack, Airsick plays out like an unsettling dream. Photographer Lucas Oleniuk examines our addiction to fossil fuel – and its consequences.” One of the only videos I’ve seen where timelapse images are used in a proper way that tells a compelling story. […]

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  • The Still/Video Convergence as Soft-Sell Documentaries

    Let’s face it, traditional editorial photographic work as it was previously known a decade or more ago is dead, yet the new form of editorial content creation is alive – and growing. This new form is the hybrid mix of stills and/or video combined with audio to tell stories in new and more dynamic ways. […]

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