Narrative photography is a fascinating style of photography that revolves around the notion that photographs can be used to tell a story. As simple or straightforward as this concept might seem, it can be a challenging task for a photographer to accomplish. Then again, you can make the argument that any photo can tell a story.
Nevertheless, above is an excellent video that details the narrative photography of Fan Ho. Fan Ho is one of the most remarkable photographers of his time, having captured the ever-changing urban landscape of Hong Kong primarily during the 1950s and 1960s. Check the video out!
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