Narrative photography is a collection of short stories - each picture can stand alone in it’s originality, yet grouped together collectively support a larger intent. In this class you will work on your own body of images, get an overview of the difference between telling a story with moving images versus still photography, look at examples from national geographic photojournalism to conceptual photography in the Museum of Modern Art, and most importantly, you will learn how to use the sequencing of images as a powerful tool to communicate.
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Check out this video recently produced in CCTV’s “Documentary Production: Zip Docs” class! You too can learn to conceptualize and produce your own videos at CCTV!
Check out this video produced by CCTV's Spring 2014 "Documentary Production: Zip Docs” class taught by Jennifer Kelley! Student producers of this project are: Veronica Barron, LaNae Bennett, Cristina Camara, Maureen Glynn, Dianna Ploss, Sarah Rejouis, and Alec Schmitt
Host your own TV show and make media around issues that affect you and your community. CCTV offers television time, training and access to our production equipment. Sound interesting? You can do it all by becoming a CCTV member. The first step is to attend an orientation to learn all about becoming a member, the facilities, equipment and training that are available, member policies, and more. Hope to see you there!
Cambridge photographer Alan Verly will exhibit his work at CCTV’s Karen Aqua Gallery through August 8, 2014. The public is invited to a reception on Monday, June 30 from 6:00-8:00PM.