In today’s digital world storytelling and technology become inseparably linked, making the narrative more engaging and offering a diversity of interactivity. The possibilities of digital storytelling encourage more people to abandon a single media approach and adopt a range of different means to personalize their experience. Today we decided to share with you some greatly designed travel narrations & as a bonus we’ve got some Readymag tricks that will enhance a photo story of your own:
An elegant 10-pages narrative about a trip to Thailand, the land of friendliness and whole-hearted smiles. A great example of how just a few breathtaking images paired with a fascinating video result in a solid photographic story.
‘Alone in Iceland’ is a story experienced and told by a courageous surfer Dane Gudauskas and captured by photographer Elli Thor Magnusson. A clearly expressed style of narration and a smart use of minimalistic design elements all together forming a full-fledged digital piece.
Not quite a photo story, more of a photo book about an insightful journey to the magical Kingdom of Nepal. The tale about traditions and customs, decorated with graphic design elements complementing the character of the photographic storytelling.
A colorful photo journey to the calmness of Cabo Verde’s islands photographed and created by designer Jan Hippchen.
A beautiful story documenting China’s everyday life traditions. Joshua Cogan is an Emmy Award-winning documentary photographer and anthropologist whose work explores both custom and the social struggle of the vanishing cultures.
Jericoacoara is a magnetizing place for travelers keen on hard-to-reach locations and unique experiences — a breathtaking journey by designer and photographer Anton Repponen of a NY-based design studio Anton & Irene.