After your essay is drafted, spend some time revising it to ensure your writing is as strong as possible.
Christopher Taylor, Professor of English, tells us: "Most essays will contain an introduction, a body or discussion portion, and a conclusion.
For example, feature print stories use photos of different sizes and types of shots (wide, medium, tight) to explain how pictures are interrelated.
While most online essays disregard size, they can use a variety of shots to show detail.
The pictures need not be of the same person or event, but they should string together to form a “big picture”.
Photo essays are used to cover events like natural disasters, to show vastness or variety, or to compare and contrast photos.
An essay is a common type of academic writing that you'll likely be asked to do in multiple classes.
Before you start writing your essay, make sure you understand the details of the assignment so that you know how to approach the essay and what your focus should be.
When assigned a college essay, make sure to check the specific structural conventions related to your essay genre, your field of study, and your professor's expectations."Tip: Some writers find it helpful to write the introduction after they've written the rest of the essay.
Once you've written out your main points, it's easier to summarize the gist of your essay in a few introductory sentences.