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If a picture is worth a thousand words..

Very often we're looking at our photographs and trying to find the one real winner, the one that tells a story by itself as well as being beautiful and interesting. Often, though, a collection of pictures is much more powerful for giving an overall sense of place or story. Shooting for a collection frees you up, giving you permission to focus on just the interesting details and encourages you to think about a progression of events, the ordering of your images. It makes you a better storyteller.

Felix Kunze, a good friend of PhotoWalkthrough, has just posted a beautiful and simple photo essay showing the work of Marlene Rose, a glass sculptor. It's illustrated with wonderful photography as you'd expect from Felix. Marlene Rose and the making of beautiful glass

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PW119 - Felix Kunze Interview

On today's audio only show we have a special guest, Felix Kunze, a travelling photographer that has recently been doing work in Haiti. We talk to him about how Haiti has fared since the earthquake and the life and responsibilities of his modern take on the role of photo journalist.

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