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Category Archives: The Art of Storytelling

The character in the story

This month on The Art of Storytelling Facebook page, we are focusing on The Character in the Story. Whether throughView full post »

The rest of the story

A picture is worth a thousand words. I think this popular phrase often limits us, sends us the message that adding aView full post »

Wonder in the story

The best stories stay with us long after the story is told, whether through brilliant characters, an engaging plot, orView full post »

Experimenting with your story

The best storytellers get stuck in a creative rut.  They know their story, the theme is clear and their methods are View full post »

The Reflection in the Story

I found this image last night as I was culling old albums and was so drawn to it.  I don’t know how I missed itView full post »

The story in black and white feature

Hello Olivia Photography Sherri Davis – Photographer The Art of Unscripted Tess Runion Photography Rebecca WaldockView full post »

The Story in Black & White

I love color.  LOVE IT!  The energy, the energy, the excitement of color feed my soul.  But sometimes the story callsView full post »

The Color in the Story features

Hello Olivia Photography Images by Carey Pace Desiree Walters Photography Tess Runion Photography Liz Beem Sherri DavisView full post »

The connection in the story features

Michelle Craig Narrow Gate Images by Angela Parker Lynzi Berg Photography HCS Photography Stacey Repinski PhotographyView full post »

The color in the story

I love color! I love how vibrant reds, yellows, blues and greens accentuate the energy of playing, happy kids. I loveView full post »

The motion in the story features

What a great month over at The Art of Storytelling this month!  It was exhilarating to watch all of the motionView full post »

The connection in the story

For me, this is what it’s all about.  This is why I picked up a camera to begin with, this is what I look for inView full post »

The Light in the Story features

Well, this was darn near impossible!  I had to pick only 10 photos to feature from the gorgeous collection posted in View full post »

The motion in the story

I love a photo with clean lines and graphic detail, organized and neat, compositionally balanced.  I also love toView full post »