In the Introduction to this text I recommend choosing a topic to research and photograph. There are many ways of working in photography, and the following terms should help to inspire and clarify some of them.
1. Series: A grouping of images which stand alone but, when viewed as a group add dimension to the statement made by any single image.
2. Sequence: A grouping of images which must be viewed as a group in order to understand the statement being made. Nicholas Nixon’s The Brown Sisters is an amazing example of a sequence whose structure stretches over decades.
3. Narrative: A sequence which tells a story. Like most stories, photographic sequences have a beginning, middle, and end. ...