Every culture, place or era has a collection of stories that need to be shared. Storytelling is the process of conveying these chronicles to the world with the help of words, sounds or photographs.
Online PR News – 08-January-2013 – Provo, Utah – Every culture, place or era has a collection of stories that need to be shared. Storytelling is the process of conveying these chronicles to the world with the help of words, sounds or photographs. It is not only a good way of entertainment but can also prove to be valuable for those who may learn something from the past.
Whether you are a professional photographer or a novice one, if you have the ability of telling a story about a place or people with the aid of your photography collection, then ourmanystories.com is the right place for you. It is an attempt to offer a platform for the professional as well as the budding photographers of today to present their artwork of ‘storytelling via photography’ to the audience on a worldwide level. By becoming a member of our website, you can share your work with us to be published on the website. Your works may include stories about different places and populace of any part of the world illustrated with the help of photographs or blogs.
All kinds of photography collection submitted to us by our website members will still belong to them and they can request it back anytime they want. Before featuring the submitted content on the website, it will be thoroughly reviewed for appropriateness.
The purpose of introducing this website is to render a medium to the intellects from different parts of the world for showcasing their talent, thus there is no fee or rewards involved.
Some of our recent posts on the website are Dachau, a story about Germany and its scenic beauty; Bob and His Flock, depicting the story of the relationship of Bob and his birds; Las Pozas (The Pools) about an ascetic architecture in San Luis Potosi.
For more information, visit www.ourmanystories.com.
Ourmanystories.com is produced by Faith Lantz (FLantz) from Hong Kong who was inspired by Chimamanda Adichie’s talk on TED about the dangers of having a single story of a place and people. This site is an enclave to cherish storytelling using photography. It is an association of a global community of photographers passionate about presenting every day human stories and fleeting moments having a great impact.