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SORTIR DU CADRE INTERVIEW
Third episode of “Sortir du Cadre” (think outside the box) about future of photojournalism!

More than 3500 people have already watched the interviews with Stephen Mayes and Paul Melcher.

Third “guest”, Jean Pierre Pappis, Founder and President of Polaris images. I hope you’ll find this interview interesting.

The videos are available Here.

Next epidose will feature Mark Lubell, Managing Director of Magnum and will be released next week!
In the meantime feel free to react, comment, share, discuss, I think we can learn a lot from these guys.
Many Thanks

Gerald

by Gerald Holubowicz at 2010-07-29 23:26:33 UTC | Bookmark | | Report spam→

this was great, thanks for sharing! really enjoyed the first two, just about to watch the 3rd now.

by Kevin Anthony Griffin | 31 Jul 2010 21:07 | Belgium, Belgium | | Report spam→
Thanks Kevin, Stay tuned for the next one with Mark Lubell from Magnum!

by Gerald Holubowicz | 01 Aug 2010 20:08 | new york, United States | | Report spam→
Here’s the complete series…

Fourth video of the “Sortir du Cadre” (Think outside the box) Interview series, Mark Lubell gives an insight of Magnum inMotion its strategy and goes further to explore the state of the photojournalism and its future.

Third video of the “Sortir du Cadre” (Think outside the box) Interview series, Jean Pierre Pappis talks about his experience and goes further to explore the state of the photojournalism and its future.

Second video of the “Sortir du Cadre” (Think outside the box) Interview series, Paul Melcher explores the concept of “intelligent image” and goes further to explore the state of the photojournalism and its future. He explains how viral photography will help to counteract piracy in the entertainment photo industry. In the interview Paul also explains why corporations are hurting photographers.

First video of the “Sortir du Cadre” (Think outside the box) Interview series, Stephen Mayes gives an insight of the VII’s new Magazine and goes further to explore the state of the photojournalism and its future. He explains how VII approaches the market by trying to innovate and change the way photojournalism interact with the print press and Internet. In the interview Stephen Mayes also describes how, he thinks, the concepts of crossmedia and transmedia will modify the landscape of multimedia.


by Gerald Holubowicz | 14 Aug 2010 15:08 (ed. Aug 14 2010) | new york, United States | | Report spam→
Stephen, god love him, fails to mention that his agency’s illegal use of slave labor is a big part of what helps keep the overhead so low.

by P. Money | 17 Aug 2010 08:08 | | Report spam→
Of course your overheard will be low if you don’t pay a large part of your workforce in anything but the guise of vocational training.

by P. Money | 17 Aug 2010 08:08 | | Report spam→

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Participants

Gerald Holubowicz, Photojournalist Gerald Holubowicz
Photojournalist
(Freelance)
Paris , France
Kevin Anthony Griffin, Photographer Kevin Anthony Griffin
Photographer
Dublin , Ireland
P. Money, Creative & Futurist P. Money
Creative & Futurist
(See That Which Cannot Be Seen)
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