Documenting the world around you in stills is extremely challenging. Unlike videographers who have 24-30 frames per second as well as audio to tell a story, a still photographer needs to be able to tell a story with just a few still images. In some cases, a still photographer may have to tell a story with just one image.
My most recent documentary project was shooting stills behind the scenes of "Volumes of Blood: Horror Stories", an independent horror anthology shot in Owensboro, Kentucky. I have also shot behind the scenes stills on several other projects, including "The Confession of Fred Krueger" and the original "Volumes of Blood".