Editing and sequencing
By editing I mean, selecting the pictures that are to remain in a final project. By sequencing, putting these images in order so that they tell a visual story.
Last week I gave the final part of a photography course I started in June at the Mapfre Foundation, in Gran Canaria.
The first two weeks, back in June, had to do with the basics of photography (camera use, composition, light characteristics, etc) and the filing and development of the images in the computer.
This last week was particularly interesting as we reviewed the work that the attendees had done during these months. We had decided to do a common project together; try to illustrate Las Palmas de Gran Canaria from different perspectives. Goyi focused on the stairs that connect the upper and the lower town, Mari Carmen on its beaches, José Miguel in the fishermen life... Some projects where more abstract. Sandra's was based on the concept of time, for instance.
We first edited all that material and then sequenced it. It was such a beautiful experience!
By editing I mean, selecting the pictures that are to remain in a final project from a previous wider amount of images. By sequencing, putting these images in order so that they tell a visual story.
I was impressed by the quality of the final result. Especially considering that they had just started learning photography a few months ago!
I want to thank everyone that took part in the course for giving me so much energy. I feel fulfilled! :)
And I also want to thank Nacho González for the nice picture that illustrates this post.