Here’s another example from a Center for Digital Storytelling-style workshop, Doug Reilly’s “Strange Geographies”.
My goal was to make a film using essentially one image, from the overleaf of one my journals. It’s a mashup of dreams I had about New York City, trying to explain the strange geography of the city as I dream it.
We had a lot of fun figuring how to scan the image in to a huge size, then handle it between multiple memory-challenged devices.
Doug later revised the story, like so:
Previously on The New Digital Storytelling: the CDS’ classic digital story.