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Canon announces winners of ‘Iconic Images’ competition

Canon reveals the 10 finalists and overall winner of its pan-European ‘Iconic Images’ competition. Emanating from over 12,500 entrants across 18 European countries, Matt Doggett from the UK was crowned winner by a panel of internationally acclaimed photographers, including Canon Ambassador Brent Stirton and Getty Images photographer Toby Smith, for his entry “Visionary Changes.”…

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“I saw, I heard …” György Kallus, photo exhibition

“I saw, I heard …” („Láttam, hallottam…”) photo exhibition opens in MÚOSZ (National Association of Hungarian Journalists) headquarters’ Kálmán Mikszáth exhibition hall where you can see the musicians portraits and the photos of India of György Kallus.…

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The ones in the dark are invisible – photography exhibition

The traditional Salzburg Festival began on Saturday, 18 July, with the grand opening gala. This will be followed by 188 performances at 12 venues over the next 44 days. As a sponsor of this world famous festival, Leica Camera AG will be represented by an exhibition of photography in the foyer of the Grand festival…

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David de Rueda

David de Rueda was born in Poitiers in 1987. From a family of artists, this Franco-German photographer and director practices urban exploration since his teenage years. He learned photography on his own and created Urbex.Fr website in 2007. End of 2013, his work was exposed at la Samaritaine for a contest organized by LVMH. In…

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33. Hungarian Press Photo Exhibition in Capa Center

Nearly five hundred pictures, including the prize-winning photos of the 33rd Hungarian Press Photo Competition can be seen at the Hungarian Press Photo Exhibition from Friday until May 17 at the Robert Capa Centre for Contemporary Photography.…

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Pien Wilbrink

Pien Wilbrink Dutch photographer of street photography and urban landscapes focusing on details rather than the more common in genre, larger viewing angles.…

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