Society:David Griffin on How Photography Connects Us

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Society:David Griffin on How Photography Connects Us

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Photography carries a power that holds up under the relentless swirl of today's saturated media world, because photographs emulate the way that our mind freezes a significant moment. Every one of us has at least one or two great photographs. But to be a great photojournalist, you have to have more than just one or two great photographs in you. You've got to be able to make them all the time. But even more importantly, you need to know how to create a visual narrative. You need to know how to tell a story. In this programe the photographic director of National Geographic will show you a lot of great picture.

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  • Time of update:2011/9/21 10:15:16

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