Photographer Enzo Dal Verme reveals some tricks of the trade: Pointing the camera.
It is hard to achieve a good result without the support of locals to show you around, introduce you to the right people, tell you what you need to kno
(1888PressRelease) September 23, 2010 - The third appointment with the shooting tricks of Milan/Paris-based photographer Enzo Dal Verme (Vanity Fair, l'Uomo Vogue, Marie Claire, Grazia, Elle, etc.) is now online.
Last week he revealed some tips on what to include in your luggage (not only technical equipment) and the essential precautions to be taken and feel ready to face the inevitable unforeseen events.
This week he talks about what to do as soon as you arrive at destination, how to schedule your shootings and organize the pictures taken day by day. He also lists several tips on what and how to shoot, framing the image and even mistakes you can avoid. Another interesting point covered is how to manage local contacts which are essential to support you work.
The photographer says: "It is hard to achieve a good result without the support of locals to show you around, introduce you to the right people, tell you what you need to know and give you practical tips".
So, how do you point the camera, manage your local contacts and optimize your efforts?
Find out by reading "How To Shoot A Reportage #3".