Storytelling for Photographers

Storytelling for Photographers
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" What an amazing experience"
“An Incredible Presentation!”
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" Thought provoking and inspirational."
“Very unique, very innovative, and very professional”
" Unlike anything we have had before!"
“It was a real inspiration and learning experience.”
“JP’s work transcends photography alone.”

Great storytelling can help your audience connect emotionally with your images., but understanding how to weave a narrative into your photography can be confusing. How can one photo tell a whole story, with a beginning, middle, and end?

JP has spent the last decade photographing the same group of Mexica, or Azteca, dancers. In that time he learned how connected the Mexica are to their mythology, to ancient stories passed down across generations. That’s when he realised that, as these stories were so vital to Mexica culture, they needed to play a bigger role in his portraits. This is a talk is about what happened next. About how a desire to tell stories visually, ended up changing his entire creative process, and the way people react to his photos. Using examples from his cultural photography work in Mexico, JP Stones explores different ways to improve that emotional connection.

Working with narratives won’t just change the way people engage with your photos, it will fundamentally change the way you create them. Because that narrative can also be used to guide decisions on posing, composition, lighting, and color. Focusing your creative decisions and ensuring you create cohesive work.

JP has presented for professional organizations and camera clubs across the US, Mexico, and the UK. His work has been featured on the cover of multiple publications, including Good Light Magazine. He’s been teaching his Cultural Workshops for close to 10 years. You can watch him present below on his YouTube channel.

$120 USD (discounts for small clubs)

90 mins (or 75 mins if needed)

Zoom only ( I am in Mexico) Contact me for bookings.