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From a roman-photo to a Photo Story – the history of a genre (cover)

Photo Story, fotonovela, fotoromanzo, roman-photo – the idea of telling stories through photos occurred to many photographers from different countries, from different time frames and they were using different terms for it... 

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How to make a storyboard (cover)

If you want to prepare for the shooting of a Photo Story, the best thing is to make a storyboard. A storyboard is something which will help all the members of the crew get ready for the shooting and spend time in the most efficient way!


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How to upload a Photo Story (cover)

Click “UPLOAD A STORY” to go to the Downloader.

The loader consists of 6 consecutive steps.

Step 1: Write the Title of the story, select the “Genre”, and add a “Description” of the story…

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How to create a Photo Story (cover)

The main thing that distinguishes a Photo Story from a simple photo shoot is the plot. The plot is a sequence of events, interactions of the heroes, in which their characters are shown, and therefore revealing the idea of the story.

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HOW TO WRITE A SCREENPLAY FOR CINE-STORIES (cover)

The rules for writing cine-stories scripts are very similar to traditional TV and feature film screenplays but are not as strict with regard to formatting. It doesn’t mean you can go off the industry format so stick to the main rules.

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“We knew it was going to be successful.” Learn about the TOP 3 crowdfunding campaigns in publishing.

Crowdfunding is the new black! It works amazingly well in so many fields, including publishing. Here’s clear proof of how readers eagerly support their favorite authors and creative projects. Enjoy the short reviews of some of the most successful crowdfunding endeavours.

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The “book-to-movie bounce”: why visualizing a story brings success (cover)

Once the book is visualized, a whole new world opens before the author, e.g. when the movie based on a book is out, hardcover sales rise dramatically. There’s even a special term for this called a “book-to-movie bounce.” However, not only movies, but also computer games and some other crafted types of visualization can bring additional profit to an author and increase his or her popularity. Here’s to the benefits of visualizing!  

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TOP 5 of 2018 most-awaited movies based on books (cover)

Emotional, impressive, and thrilling. We love movies! The most popular films often prove to be the ones adapted from good books. We’ve collected the TOP 5 eagerly awaited movie premieres of 2018 based on great narratives. Are these visual adaptations worse watching than reading and why?

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How do I start my project on CINE-BOOKS? (cover)
So, you are an author and would like to be published in a cine-books format? Do you wonder what will happen after you hit the “REGISTER NOW” button? What information will be required? Let us provide you with some details…
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Who can submit a cine-book project?  The criteria to meet when registering on the platform (cover)
The CINE-BOOKS publishing team eagerly embraces the diversity of styles and genres in which contemporary authors write. However, we would like to introduce some guidelines for prospective applicants. Which titles are most likely to get published in a cine-book format? What criteria should an author meet?
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