Editing, Captions and Visual Storytelling — Daphné Anglès
The workshop will explore the choices a documentary photographer faces when editing a body of work. Which pictures should be kept and why? What order should they be placed in? Why are captions important?
The workshop will, ideally, focus on the work of the participants.
Daphné Anglès is a Paris-based photo editor for the The New York Times.
She was secretary of the World Press Photo jury from 2009 to 2013 and is a voting jury member for such awards as the Canon Female Photojournalist, ICRC Humanitarian Visa d’or, Bayeux-Calvados War Correspondent, Prix Webdocumentaire France 24, Eurazeo, Carmignac, and a nominator for Prix Pictet. She curates photo exhibitions at Galerie CentralDupon in Paris and is a portfolio reviewer at LensCulture FotoFest Paris and Ojo de Pez Barcelona.