Photography, photojournalism

April 1st deadline for our Rethink documentary photography project is fast approaching, and I have decided to present my final edit in a book format. So, lately I have been thinking about editing, sequencing, layouts, font types, spacing, spreads, and the limitations of photography.

I found this interesting video of Christopher Anderson talking about his book Capitolio. In it he explains some of his sequencing choices, and attempts to demistify the book editing process for a group of photography students.

You can view more about Capitolio here on the Magnum Photos website.

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