It takes more than an interview and some pictures to create a good audio slideshow, but too many slideshows are built on those ingredients alone. As a result, they seem to be slapped together rather than produced. Multimedia editor Colin Mulvaney of the Spokesman Review says slideshows have become predictable and boring. One of his pet peeves:
Stop having the subjects introduce themselves. Really, stop it! The biggest cliché in audio slideshows is the “Hi, my name is…” intro. Instead, use a lower thirds title.
Mulvaney has learned a thing or two about what it really takes to create a strong audio slideshow. Check out his tips at Mastering Multimedia.
Filed under: 06. Visual Storytelling