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Excelling Photojournalism Talk by Khaled Desouki , Cairo , Egypt

Excelling Photojournalism Talk by Khaled Desouki

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15 Somal Street, El Korba, Heliopolis, Cairo, Egypt
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Meet photojournalist Khaled El Desouki in an intriguing talk sharing valuable insights about the tough career of photojournalism.

Date: 20 April, 2018
Time: 7-9PM
Admission Fees : LE30
Venue: 15 Somal Street, Korba, Heliopolis.

Talk Points:
- How to shoot and edit a photojournalistic image
- Ethics of the photojournalist
- Tough situations
- The image is more important than the event
- Shooting for stock photography websites

كيفيه تصوير و اختيار الصوره الصحفيه.
أخلاقيات المصور الصحفى.
المواقف الصعبة
الصورة اهم من الحدث
التصوير لمواقع الستوك

About Khaled Desouki:

AFP chief photographer Egypt.
born on March1972 and graduated from the faculty of Arts in 1997.
I am a member of Syndicate of Journalists who has been working as a news photographer with Agence France-presse since 2002. Then I became the Chef photographer in Egypt and Sudan and also travelled to cover events in the world. I received many awards in photography.
My ultimate goal is to create an easily appreciated photo that help to change things needed to be changed. Moreover, I am trying to document as many events happen on this small point on earth.
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