How to edit a documentary photo story with Dias Eternos

Editing can be the hardest and most frustrating process involved in working on a photo project, but ultimately it’s the very moment the story, the atmosphere and the message you intend to convey take shape. I’ll take Dias Eternos, a long-term project shot by photographer Ana Maria Alvarado in Venezuelan prisons and featured by The New York Times and the Pulitzer Center among others, as an example to share a few pieces of advice.

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By Gaia Squarci..

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