Visual storytellers reconstruct events in such a way that viewers develop a sense of having observed and experienced the moment, and learned something from it. Throughout the visual storytelling process, the emphasis is on reconstruction of events from raw material shot in the field, rather than on the re-creation of events. And in video stories, just as in theatrical filmmaking, photographic reconstruction works best when it embodies a sense of continuity or consecutiveness to help heighten the viewer’s sense of experience.