Lens Magazine Announcing Great Developments. New Contributors, New International Photography Contest, New Style!
“As we continue to expand, Lens Magazine is ecstatic to announce new contributors, A collection of some of the most talented and inspiring professional photographers and journalists.”
– Dafna Navarro, CEO&Founder, Lens Magazine
Introducing Eight Exciting New Contributors to Lens Magazine
Exciting Ongoing Developments: We feature eight new contributors in the International Lens Magazine, with each one exhibiting an incredible piece of work that interprets of each month’s subject, resulting in a diverse collection of photography, articles and Interviews.
So, allow us to welcome our new contributors to Lens Magazine!
A self-described old school photographer that is passionate about people, Kliger loves to capture the essence of others, as evidenced by his close-up photography style for portraits. Enjoy his latest article ‘Home’ in our upcoming issue.
A writer and storyteller, Pinto-Rodrigues loves to explore, being a well-seasoned traveller that has lived in five different cities across four cities and three continents. Read her extensive coverage of the World Press Photo Festive 2017 in the latest issue.
With an extensive background in journalism, Montreal native Croitoru has recently discovered a love for photography, taking to the streets of his city to capture the daily musings of everyday people. Learn more about this talented photojournalist with his amazing ‘A Compulsive Thief’ feature article in issue 32 of Lens Magazine.
As a photojournalist that has volunteered in Israel, Berens is deeply committed to covering social issues and various news stories throughout Europe, using his lens to help tell his stories. As his studies continues, we are more than happy to have his amazing contribution to the magazine, including the article ‘Welcome Home’.
Having taken part in exhibitions from the age of 17, Guy Geva captures a range of images in both studio and landscape photography. While different in style, the meaning between each is connected through is main subject matter: weakness and the end of existence, touching upon this theme in our new issue.
A graduate of the Camera Obscura School of Art, Galitz Photography School, and Sapir College, Omri Shone has a rich background in journalism and copy writing, although his time as an art director inspired him to combine his writing with photography.
With over 30 years’ experience in photography, Neta Dekel brings a great wealth of knowledge to Lens Magazine, including his latest piece covering the Danakil Desert and its native tribes. He is a specialist in geographic and cultural photography, capturing the images of people, places, nature and landscapes, although dabbles in other areas at times.
Extensive Coverage of the 2017 World Press Photo Festival, including in-depth interviews with several winners
Not only does our latest issue feature a host of new contributors, but also extensive coverage of the prestigious World Press Photographer contest. This includes analysis of the event itself, as well as interviews with several participants and winners from various photography fields, conducted by the amazing Anne Pinto-Rodrigues.
There is a total of four exclusive interviews to enjoy in our new issue, all of which relate to the overarching subject of “The Meaning of Home”. Each of these individuals were winners of the competition in various fields.
Interview with Underwater Photographer Franciz Perez
WPP Prize: Nature – First Prize, Singles
Interview with Photojournalist/Photographer Paula Bronstein
WPP Prize: Daily Life – First Prize, Singles
Interview with Photojournalist/Photographer Nayan Khanolkar
WPP Prize: Nature – Second Prize, Singles
Interview with Photojournalist/Photographer Mathieu Willcocks
WPP Prize: Spot News – Third Prize, Stories
Introducing Our Upcoming Photography Competition “Shining Shot”
Inspired by the friendly competition of the World Press Photo Festival, Lens Magazine is proud to announce our very own competition “Shining Shot”.
We are looking for photographers from across the world in every field to participate in the competition. There’s no restrictions, we want people from all walks of life to showcase their amazing photography skills.
Submissions will be accepted from July 2017, and each winner in their respective field will feature in an upcoming print issue of Lens Magazine, see their work featured in an exhibition, as well as being the recipient of a fantastic prize!
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