Das Zertifikat “Sustainable Leadership” der DIHK stellt eine konsequente Weiterentwicklung dar um heterogene Arbeitsfelder wie Fotografie, Kunst- und Kulturmanagement, eine Gesellschaft in der Transformation und die unternehmerische Nachhaltigkeits-Kommunikation nachhaltig erfolgreich zu führen in den Bereichen: Marketing, Management, Berichterstattung und Controlling. Mehr Infos hier:
Sustainable Leadership (IHK)
The Photo Folio Review brings together highly qualified and dedicated professionals during the opening week of the Rencontres d’Arles.
In the form of individual and privileged exchanges, exceptionally online this year, with more than 140 experts, each of the participants will be able to obtain a constructive expertise of their photographic work.
Photo Folio Review offers every professional or student photographer, or amateur photographer already in an advanced stage of practice, the opportunity to meet and consult international photo experts (creative directors, gallery owners, photo editors, publishers, curators, etc.)
There was a great international jury meeting.
Magdalene Keaney Senior Curator, Photographs NATIONAL PORTRAIT GALLERY United Kingdom Brent Lewis Photo Editor NEW YORK TIMES United States Chiara Marinai Senior Visuals Editor VANITY FAIR United States Oliver Schmitt Picture Editor SPIEGEL Germany Virginia Heckert Curator, Dept of Photography J. PAUL GETTY MUSEUM United States Francesca Marani Photo Editor VOGUE ITALIA Italy Roman Härer Creative Director PLAIN PICTURE Germany Jim Casper…
The Winners of the LensCulture Portrait Awards 2021 will be announce soon at:
Credit: © Oded Wagenstein
Portraiture is a powerful medium, and, despite its universal popularity, it is still perhaps the most elusive genre in photography. The best portraits are touched by nuance, mixtures of feelings and emotions, subtle signals of communication, and connections that can be felt indirectly from the subject via the camera and photographer through to us, the viewers.
The 38 winners, jurors’ picks and finalists announced today represent a wonderful range of styles and approaches to the art of portrait photography. Among the winners, you will discover several variations on self-portraiture (indeed, all three of the top winners in the singles category this year are self-portraits made by female photographers). Other portraits are conceptual, trying to deliver social messages about groups of people or cultures while depicting specific individuals. Some are formal, staged photos, while others have been captured in wonderfully fresh candid moments.
These winners and finalists hail from 19 countries on five continents, and depict people coming from diverse sets of circumstance. In all of these wonderful examples, a profound sense of humanity comes through. We hope you will take the time to savor each of these to find some personal connections and inspiration.
Winner: Oded Wagenstein
Ernennung zum Jurymitglied für den Portrait-Award 2021: Roman Härer at LensCulture – Seeking new visions in portraiture.
The 8th annual LensCulture Portrait Awards aim to discover and reward more than 35 photographers around the globe who are making exceptional photographic portraits today.
These awards are open to photographers at all levels of experience, and all genres of portraiture are welcome — from professional studio shoots, to detailed environmental portraits, to casual candids. We’re open to all types of artistic approaches, too, including staged, fiction, fashion, metaphoric, self-portrait and conceptual work.
Winners will enjoy career-changing opportunities including exhibition in New York, extensive media coverage, cash prizes and more. Scroll down to meet our expert international jury and read about our free entry option for single image submissions.
Whether your portraits are traditional or eclectic, quirky or visionary — we want to see your work!
Foto: Maria Rohweder
Vortrag und Führung durch die Firmenräume von plainpicture für die Studenten der FH Dortmund mit Herr Prof. Kai Jünemann und Herr Prof. Jörg Winde in der Hamburger Agentur plainpicture:
Creative Director der Bildagentur plainpicture, Roman Härer, stellt sich den Fragen der Studierenden:
- Veränderungen der Lizenzmodelle
- Auswirkungen der Nutzungshonorare
- Anforderungen an neue Fotografen