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This is the moment the photographer fires the trigger to take the photograph. This term was coined by a french photographer, Henri Cartier-Bresson, and it means to capture a spontaneous and fleeting action that is not repeatable.
Please click on the buttons / links for the two photo essays below. They are powerful and quick to look through.
- Signature Photo - The photo that can stand alone to represent the series if necessary.
- Establishing or Overall Shot - Often a wide shot to give a sense of location and place
- Close-Up - Detail shot to highlight a specific element of the story that is important
- Portrait - Show viewers the humans of this story; we are people and care about people
- Interaction - Human connection and tone of their relationship
- How-to-Sequence (A Process) - We all understand 'work' and this is insightful.
- The Clincher - A final image that leaves viewers with an impression or feeling.