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  • Intro 0:00
  • Evidence Understood 0:11
    • Photography is Evidence of Something
    • Photographs Represent Something Real (Even If It's Not)
    • Photos Refer to Reality
    • Evidence Can Be Almost Anything
    • Evidence Remains
  • Evidence of Movement: 2:27
    • Story of an Old Truck
  • Evidence of Waste 2:56
    • Story of a Dirty Beach
    • Creates a Relatable Experience
  • Evidence of Abandonment 3:33
    • Story of People Who Left
  • Tips for Success.. 4:39
    • Choose a Theme to Work Within
    • Be Intentional With Your Images
    • Strongly Consider Composition
    • Something You Uncover, Discover, or Search For
    • Explore Ways to Communicate Your Theme
    • Exhaust Your Subject Matter
    • Experiment! Have Fun!
  • Project: Evidence 8:17
    • Choose a Theme
    • Design a Series of 3 Images
    • Make Sure Your Editing Matches the Mood
    • Make Images With Meaning
    • Save For Submission Later On
    • Additional Examples
  • Student Sample 1 11:09
    • Theme of Wear and Tear
  • Student Sample 2 11:45
    • Theme of Gardening
  • Student Sample 3 12:23
    • Theme of Abandonment