Module 1

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What makes a good story?

Every good story has two main ingredients. Even in our most early story experiences we see these elements surface:

See Spot. See Spot run.


Every story must have:

1. Character
2. Conflict

Who are the characters in your stories?

What is the conflict in your story?

Most of us have got the character part down pat. We know “who” or “what” we are photographing.

But finding the conflict is what makes it interesting. Finding the conflict is what brings life and interest. Finding the conflict is when you begin to have the makings of a real story.
Let’s dive in and discover how to find the conflict in the videos below:

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