52 photo stories in 52 weeks
2017 is the year of the photo story — for me, at least.
I plan to publish one photo story a week. Most of these stories will contain new photos, but I’m also allowing myself to dip into my archives.
The purpose? I want to explore what it means to tell stories with photographs. My current working definition for a photo story is:
A photo story is a collection of images that provide evidence for a point of view.
Here’s what I’ve done so far (newest first):
- 34/52: The mushroom hunt.
- 33/52: A story about a cocktail book.
- 32/52: Portrait of a landscape.
- 31/52: Evidence for a point of view.
- 30/52: Photographing multiple perspectives.
- 29/52: Portraits in distress.
- 28/52: Impermanence.
- 27/52: The three things that make a great photograph and the one thing that doesn’t
- 26/52: Photographing the Roaches
- 25/52: Environmental portraiture: Telling a story in 360-degrees
- 24/52: Impressions of the Northumberland Coast
- 23/52: 24 Frames in May
- 22/52: Sequencing photographs
- 21/52: The story of the film: A beginner’s guide to black and white film development
- 20/52: A week-end in Dublin
- 19/52: The Politician
- 18/52: Pin hole photography with a digital camera
- 17/52: Unsung heroes: The beekeeper
- 16/52: The community shed: a photo story
- 15/52: Spanning the Tyne: Bridges and Quayside in Newcastle
- 14/52: South of the border
- 13/52: A love letter to hard light
- 12/52: Infra Red Photography: Welcome to Spring
- 11/52: Cosplay costumes at Comic Con
- 10/52: What does it mean to tell the story of a place?
- 9/52: Architectural photography… with a symmetrical twist
- 8/52: Steam power
- 7/52: Taking time to smell the roses
- 6/52: UKIP’s final frontier?
- 5/52: Reflections on Street Photography
- 4/52: Lighting glass
- 3/52: Chinese New Year
- 2/52: Four Seasons
- 1/52: One Man’s Obsession