Tonight, Grant and I finished a six week multimedia class at the Nackey S. Loeb School of Communications. The focus of the course was to produce a compelling story using audio and photos, a story lasting about three minutes (the limited attention span of our attention-deficit society).
Geoff Forester, photo editor at the Concord Monitor (seated), and Don Himsel, chief photographer, videographer, and columnist at The Nashua Telegraph (standing next to me) coached and guided us.
Geoff and Don are two approachable, down-to-earth guys with decades of photojournalism experience. What a pleasure to learn from them and just share life perspectives.
The other members of the class were equally fascinating, each with interesting stories to tell. I wish the class could go on and on and on.
3 months ago