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While football is wrapping up the season, several other sports are ramping up including volleyball, soccer and basketball. Many a parent’s computer hard drive is filled with sport shots of their children, but how to put all these images together to tell a comprehensive story?
This season, begin with the end in mind by thinking about the story you wish to portray. Do you love the camaraderie exhibited by teammates or is it the competitive nature of the game that captures your imagination? Is a child trying a new sport? Are you covering a tournament and hope to have the images published?
Observing the activity and what inspires you is important to mentally define before moving ahead. This doesn’t mean that your perspective can’t change—you may be surprised or moved by a different sentiment as the game goes on—but consider which story you wish to tell. Photographs of spectators, the field, and certain small details can bring your story together.
Once you’ve finished shooting, go through the images to create your own narrative. Review your images and decide which ones move the story forward and communicate your perspective. Feel free to reorganize and move images around until you get the order that speaks to you.
You can then create a photo book very easily to share your story with others. Come into the store or upload your images online to our website to create a variety of different photo book options. This last step allows you to see your photo essay in its final form to enjoy. Another bonus—it can also create a treasured gift for your child’s birthday or other special occasion. After all, it’s hard to relive those exciting moments if the images are just languishing on your computer’s hard drive.
So, which story will you tell?