Sandipa Malakar in The Times of India

During the magazine workshop at Photo I, Sandipa Malakar made a story about two Ukrainian refugees and their kids. Sandipa continued to photograph and be a part of the women’s lives, while she was studying in Denmark. Now, the story about Sandipa’s experience has been published in The Times of »

Video documentary selected for Communication Arts competition

Aku Ratsula and Conor Courtney‘s video documentary “The Last Line” has been selected for the magazine Communication Arts’ competitions in visual communications. Since 1959, Communication Arts has published the best in visual communications from around the world. Aku Ratsula and Conor Courtney have been selected in the student category with »

Two DMJX projects shortlisted for the World Report Award

Rune Øe and Jesper Houborg are among the ten students worldwide, who are shortlisted in the student category at World Report Award | Documenting Humanity The World Report Award is a part of the Festival of Ethical Photography based in Lodi, Italy, with the intention of focusing on ethical content of »

10 DMJX student selected for Canon Student development Programme

An indepedant jury have selected 100 students from Europe and Africa to participate in the Canon Student Development Programme 2022. 10 of the selected students come from DMJX. The 10 DMJX students selected for the programme are:Signe Sofie Lægsgaard Baadsgaard – Second termMaria Høy Hansen – Second termRydwan Ahmed – »

Cairo program concluded with succesfull exhibition

The final workshop in the Egyptian Language of Photojournalism programme was held at DEDI – The Danish Egyptian Dialogue Initiative in Cairo last week. The workshop concluded with a very succesfull exhibition in downtown Cairo, where 11 of the 12 participating Egyptian photographers showed their final stories. Back in November »

The nominees for The ECCA-DMJX Photojournalism Award are…….

From 16 very strong applications, the jury has selected four nominees for The ECCA-DMJX Photojournalism Award: Stranger Touristby Fares Zaitoon Panoramics of Disasterby Manuel Seoane You still don’t know my nameby Sarah Hartvigsen Juncker & Louise Herrche Serup No Man’s Landby Mikkel Hørlyck The five-people jury received and read the »

Final screening day of the spring 2022 term

Friday the 10th of June, the spring term was concluded with the traditional final screening day, where photojournalist students from Photo I, second and fourth term gathered to show their projects to one another. »

Sarah Hartvigsen Juncker and Louise Herrche Serup win the Kravling Award

Saturday June 4th, the Kravling Awards were announced at a prize ceremony at Bremen Theater in Copenhagen. Sarah Hartvigsen Juncker and Louise Herrche Serup won in the photo category with their BA-project “You still don’t know my name”. The Kravling Awards are created by the Danish media students themsleves and »

DMJX at Copenhagen Photo Festival

Louise Herrche Serup, Jesper Houborg and Mads Frost will represent DMJX with solo exhibitions at Copenhagen Photo Festival 2022. Iben Gad and Oscar Scott Carl have been selected for the Futures Nordic Talent 2022 and will also exhibit at the festival. I’ll eat you up. I love you so by »

Third term video documentary selected for Odense International Film Festival

Anders Holst Pedersen and Kim Frost’s video documentary “Swan Music Radio” has been nominated in both “The Danish Competition” and “Documentary Competition” at OFF – Odense International Film Festival. OFF – Odense International Film Festival runs in Odense from August 29th till September 4th, 2022 “Swan Music Radio” was made »

Second term magazine with stories from the town Struer

Friday the 6th of May, our Danish second term students launched their magazine with stories made during a one-week reportage trip to the Danish town Struer. The 12 Danish students have received teaching and done research during the first of a four weeks’ workshop. In the second week, they all »

Foundation supports selected photographic project with major award

ECCA Family Foundation will promote the dissemination of society-relevant photojournalism and will establish an award that will enable newly qualified photojournalists to obtain support to display their BA projects to the public. There are many gems among the photojournalism assignments that Danish and international photojournalism students undertake in their final »

Valdemar Stroe Ren at the CPOY award ceremony

Friday the 22nd, the CPOY and POY held a day of conversations at Reynolds Journalism Institute in Columbia, Missouri with the photographers of the Year from both the CPOY and the POY. College Photographer of the Year, Valdemar Stroe Ren gave a talk and received his prize during the conference. »

Nanna Navntoft at DMJX

Thursday the 21st of April, Nanna Navntoft gave a lecture for all photojournalist students at DMJX. DMJX alumni and Canon Ambassador, Nanna Navntoft talked about the process of making her Binge Eating Disorder project – how she had found her protagonists and co-operated with them in making their portraits and »

Launch of Photo I magazine with handmade cover

At a reception on Friday the 8th of April, our Photo I students released a magazine, where they have worked with stories under the topic “openings”. The ten photojournalists behind the magazine are:Sandipa Malakar (India)Teresa Menka (Ghana)Rachel Ellis (USA)Kim Christin Zeidler (Germany)Paul-Louis Godier (France)Mohamed Mahdy (Egypt)Sini Lukka (Finland)Ralitsa Belcheva (Bulgaria)Rydwan »

Exhibitions in Bodø, Berlin, Öland and Aarhus

Right now, four exhibitions made by current and former DMJX-students are on display around Europe. Terje Abusdal – Slash and Burn Shirin Abedi – “May I Have This Dance?” Benjamin Nørskov – EPA Sweden Rydwan Ahmed – The Untouchables »