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Are you about to embark on a personal photographic project and would like to review your ideas and approach with an expert? Do you have a long term project that you need help editing and sequencing? Are you a mid-career photographer struggling to figure out your photographic vision or where you are going next with your career?
This online portfolio review will help photographers identify their next step — from finding your photographic voice, to the process of discovering and making a long-term project that you’re passionate about, to practical advice on getting your work seen by the right people.
Each Magnum photographer will see 10 photographers only during this two-day event. Places will be allocated based on your application. Applications are free. The deadline for applications is September 16th. Applicants will receive an answer to their application by September 17th, 2020. The price of the online portfolio review is $350 (incl. tax) to be paid on acceptance of the application. The offer includes a “Preparing for a Portfolio Review” presentation, a 60 minutes one-to-one online portfolio review. We will do our best to accommodate your timezone and schedule.
This 60-minute online portfolio review offers:
“I’m interested in seeing projects that speak to a photographer’s unique vision and ideas—the depth of the work is more important than breadth. We will explore visual narratives both in terms of what is happening inside an individual frame, but also review how images relate within a sequence and a series.
Context is crucial, and I’m curious how it informs your projects. Is your work generated from a reciprocal relationship to the subject of the photographs? Are you creating images from your personal point of view?
I will also ask photographers what form they imagine a project taking and who it is for. Is this story best told on pages or on walls, in museums or public space? Knowing the ideal end result—magazine, book, installation, or otherwise—will help us discuss the process.” – Susan Meiselas