Storyboarding, Not Just for Filmmakers
How do you organize your images? Stay true to your theme.Developing a structure based on your time is the foundation to create your own great photo book. And, keep you focused. It can be overwhelming when you're confronted with a volume of images. Refer to my previous post, Be A Ruthless Photo Editor, to eliminate the unnecessary, poor quality and non-relevant images.
|A screen shot of one folder.|
Stay Grounded to Your ThemeAs mentioned above, developing a structure will serve as your foundation. Using images and text creates your visual story. Most stories are typical: a beginning, middle and end. Let's take this further.
Tapping into a more sophisticated organization can add more interest to your photo book. Try one or a combination of the following:
|4 types of story organization to add interest to your photo book.|
Storyboarding your content gives you a 'roadmap' to a finish product. Naturally, we want to be flexible as the project progress. Image sequencing and storyboarding is time well spent!
After you've experimented with your visual storyboarding with your first photo book, it will become easier the next time. Eventually, challenging your creativity to try new concepts.
Interested in more? Download "Create Your Own Great Photo Book."
Next: Add cognitive flow within your theme.
Happy self publishing.