“Tell me and I forget. Teach me and I remember. Involve me and I learn”
Stories and Faces:
Every face has a name, and every name has a story. In the last decade, I have met hundreds of fascinating people from all over the world: from the sea Gypsies of southern Thailand to the nomadic communities of Kyrgyzstan or the mountain people of Georgia. In this book, I am sharing their stories, and mine Read more.
Being a travel photographer is not just about creating beautiful images in exotic places as it’s much more than that: from the preparatory work, research, and finding a local fixer to understanding the visual story you want to tell about a place and culture. In this book, I share my whole process from thought to publication. Read more.
Some of the most powerful photographs tell – or imply – a story. Of course, not all of them do, but the ones that do seem to engage us in ways others don’t. Capturing a sense of story in our photographs isn’t easy, but it’s an excellent way to make our pictures stronger. Read more.
Read what others thought of Oded Wagenstein’s photography Ebooks
- On the Visual Storyteller ebook“Storytelling is a rich subject and Oded’s eBook is a great primer for anyone wanting to either wrap their brains around this topic, or to begin selling their work to editorial markets, which is where Oded makes his bread and butter.”
- Highly recommend this ebook – I think it is nicely done and well worth the purchase price. Let’s face it, a guy that goes on assignment for National Geographic Travel must have some good ideas about travel photography!
- on the visual storyteller ebookSometimes a short book is all it takes to hammer a point home, and this book does it well. Not all photos have to be a story, but this ebook certainly makes it easier to start creating stories in your photos
- On the visual storyteller ebookWagenstein has built his career on telling powerful stories through photography. In The Visual Storyteller, he offers valuable insights and practical exercises for finding and refining your voice, identifying strong subjects and using rapport to build relationships and trust.