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Kabul Korrespondence

Fresh, factual, and funky view of Afghanistan and the surrounding Central Asian region

Different Prespectives

Saturday, June 30, 2007

We were lucky enough to have two guest speakers over the last weeks. Fredrick from Felix Features in Norway and Peter a freelancer from Belgium.

Fredrick showed us two features stories he created in between assignments in Norway. The student's learnt that even the everyday, non sensational stories can make your bread and butter earnings. These earning can become the savings for your next big project.

Peter showed us a film he made while in university that centred around water as a resource. The colours and compositions of the scenes were like frames from a roll of film.

Both speakers ignited class discussion. The main issue was where to draw the line between photo-art and photo-journalism.

So with the success of our recent guest speakers we put out a call to all photographers passing through Kabul. We asked them to find a little time to talk to our students. These little snippets of life as a international photojournalist are invaluable exposure to our students.

We hope to have many more guests in the months to come.....
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Nice one - the new layout is lookin' goood!
Hey did you post your request to roving PJ's on LightStalkers?
U may be overrun! :-) BBB)))
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