Award winning photographer Kim Komenich has worked with the San Francisco Chronicle and Examiner, and has photographed the ramifications of conflict around the world. He know teaches multimedia storytelling at San Francisco State University. In this presentation, Komenich discusses how to conceptualize the requirements for telling stories on a timeline, and how that differs from telling stories in other media. Komenich also runs through the gear he uses daily, and is a veritable fountain of great advice for multimedia storytellers of all kinds.
This presentation was delivered as part of the workshop: May 15-20 2011 Multimedia Training
An archived video webcast of this presentation can be seen below.