Tell your story
How can narrative photography be made future-proof?
Tell Your Story
A New Role for Photography in a Changing Market
The world of documentary photography finds itself in a paradox. Visual exhibitions continue to attract the masses and institutions as World Press Photo grow internationally. Yet, it becomes increasingly difficult for the average photographer to make ends meet. How can narrative photography be made future-proof?
That’s the central question of Tell Your Story. A New Role for Photography in a Changing Market.
Visual story editor Marc Prüst studied numerous real-life examples from the world of photography, as well as lessons learned from other sectors like online radio and journalism. How are photographers, journalists and artists adopting to the digital economy and the demise of traditional media?
Readers will learn about various earnings and distribution models, and tools to tap into the right market for their work. Additionally, a practical leaflet guides photographers through the various steps of a successful photography project.
© Jeroen Toirkens BOREALIS, Canada Waswanipi Cree, January 2018
Why Forhanna invested
in future-proof photography
Forhanna invested in this project because we are committed to supporting documentary photography, and to strengthen the very foundations of the profession. The new earnings and distribution models that were studied for this project, will help make photography future-proof.
Forhanna and Marc Prüst will continue to cooperate. We plan to organise workshops, lectures and other events about this topic.
Contact office-at-forhanna to learn more.
Tell Your Story:
Tell Your Story is presented at 4 February 2020
at Pakhuis de Zwijger in Amsterdam
During the event Future Proof Photography, we’ll welcome a range of experts from the field, such as
Moderator, photography consulent & curator
and researcher / writer of ‘Tell Your Story’
Writer, professor and producer who analyses visual storytelling
Director of Doclines, ‘Het beste voor Kees’
Director at DuPho. & boardmember of Pictoright
Artist and writer
Manola van Leeuwe
Photographer and graphic designer
Lars van den Brink
This project was supported by the Dutch Journalism Fund (Stimuleringsfonds voor de journalistiek), Forhanna, DuPho., the association of professional photographers, World Press Photo, and Pictoright Fonds, the author’s rights organisation for visual creators in the Netherlands.
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