Narrative and non narrative sequences

Requirements:
- at least 72 exposures on contact sheets
- at least 5 different approaches to the problem
at least 5 sequences

The narrative: In a narrative you should be conscious of the passage of time that is suggested by the series of images. Perhaps, use friends as actors and do a sequence of photographs that tell a story. Narratives are not always inclusive of people; perhaps extend the still life tradition into narrative. Remember, the story is only as effective as the way you tell it.

Non-narrative sequences: These are groups of images, related conceptually or visually, that do not tell a story. Think of visual poetry or music.

dipyches or triptyches

consider using text and its relationship to the images you make.

Duane Michals
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