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A City in the Countryside

Editorial Photography
Most of the times you come across a cover page of a magazine, you are left amazed at the photograph which speaks in volumes about the subject. It may come as a surprise for many, but this is what editorial photography is all about. In editorial photography, pictures become story-tellers and give the reader a visual insight of the write-up. In simple words, editorial photography can be defined as capturing pictures and publishing it along with a write-up to support it.

What are the people like in a countryside city?
The English photographer Katherine Anne Rose, who works the Guardian introduced what an editorial photography is all about to the Photography class. The students worked in this week with editorial portraits and Interior photographs. The portraits had to be of a local stranger, one where the surroundings were used in the photograph to illustrated the subjects character and another one of the same person with no suggestion of character.