JSON is built on two important notions. The first notion is objects. These are entities with key/value pairs. The second notion is arrays, also called unordered lists (unordered in the sense that the order of the items in the list is not necessarily meaningful).
Find out what Key/Value pairs are and what their relation is to unordered lists
Get a feel for the syntax by creating a meta-data set for your photos. It should be an array of objects(the photos) with the name of the photographer, url, location and the summary.
Syntax errors will be made more often than you would expect. A good way to fix these errors is to use a so-called linter to check your code.
Try to check JSON data in the plunker below for errors using JSONlint(find link below).
You now have syntactically correct data. But if the data isn't repetitive in some way, or keys are written differently from item to item, it will still be of no use. What are the important things you have to keep track of?
Fix the inconsistencies in this file
Look back at your own file, is it well structured?
Make sure that every photo's properties are grouped!
Github Gists: Structure Task