Photographer Enzo Dal Verme reveals some tricks of the trade: Completing your shooting days.
Be grateful that your camera didn't break, the weather was with you, there were no strikes, assaults, floods...
(1888PressRelease) September 30, 2010 - The forth 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 and how to shoot, what's important to remember framing the image, how to organize the pictures taken day by day, how to manage local contacts and which mistakes you can avoid.
This week he talks about the harmony that needs to be created among the different pictures, what's essential to include in your reportage, how to plan your last shots, the model release, what's important to ask interviewing someone and how to conduct an interview.
"Once you are done", the photographer says, "If you feel that you have what you need and you don't' have to postpone your flight, be grateful that your camera didn't break, the weather was with you, there were no strikes, assaults, floods… and you didn't get the flu or food poisoning. Sometimes you get all those things in less than one week. If you are professional, you get your reportage done anyway.
So: what's important in completing a good reportage?
Find out by reading "How To Shoot A Reportage #4".