DMJX students at press photographers’ conference

A large group of Danish and international students participated in the bi-annual press photographers’ conference held in Nyborg, Denmark on Monday the 22nd and Tuesday the 23rd of November.

The Norwegian photographer Jonas Bendiksen talked about his recent project “The Book of Veles” at the Danish press photographers’ conference.
Photo: Søren Pagter/DMJX

12 third term students, 9 international students and some students doing their internships participated in the two-days conference with lectures by both Danish and international photographers. Photo: Nicolas Cho Meier

At the conference there were lectures by the following photographers:
Jonas Bendiksen, Magnum
Marie Hald
Anders Albjerg, TV 2
Benjamin Nørskov
Heba Khamis
Kyndell Harkness and Carlos Gonzales – Star Tribune
Fabio Buccarelli

DMJX alumni Marie Hald gave a lecture at the conference, where she among other projects showed her prize winning story “Bonnie” made at DMJX . Foto: Nicolas Cho Meier

DMJX alumni Benjamin Nørskov showed his long term project “EPA Sweden” that he started at a “Youth in Europe” workshop during his study at DMJX. Foto: Nicolas Cho Meier

After the first day of lectures, it was possible to receive port folio reviews made by Danish picture editors. In the image it’s picture editor and photographer Sigrid Nygaard from Information giving feedback to third term student Rune Øe.
Photo: Søren Pagter/DMJX

Visual editor-in-chief Søren Lorenzen from Berlingske giving a port folio revies to third term student Stine Schjøtler. Photo: Søren Pagter/DMJX

On the second day of the conference, DMJX alumni Heba Khamis talked about her prize winning project “Banned Beauty”, which was her final Diploma Project made at DMJX in the fall 2016. Photo: Nicolas Cho Meier

After her lecture, Heba Khamis met with the nine international Photo I students to show them her personal project made at DMJX in 2016.
Photo: Søren Pagter/DMJX