12 posts tagged photography

Pictures: This is why you should always pay your photographer

They do say you get what you pay for, the Zaring family had to learn the hard way not to cut corners when it comes to hiring the services of a photographer. It seems of the many careers out there, working in the creative industry might be one of the hardest jobs out there, family, friends and clients think they can just get services for free or after paying next to nothing. For some reason it eludes them that photography and film industry gear is very expensive, going into the thousands ...

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All set for the Zimbabwe Digital Arts Convention, Comexposed 2017 Edition

If you love comic books, animation or digital arts in general then make sure you make you way to Comexposed 2017. The popular Digital Arts convention, which started of as a celebration of comics is now in its 3rd year and this edition not only celebrates comic books, but also pays tribute to other digital arts including animation, photography, illustration and more. Comexposed 2017 will be hosted by Tinodiwa Makoni and Eugene Mapondera, the brains behind the popular digital arts convention. ...

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Video: In the Loop Interview with Tino Nyandoro

In the Loop is a new video series we have started on Creative Loop were we interview all the top Zimbabwean creatives. We recently got a chance to interview one of Zimbabwe’s top photographers Tino Nyandoro, we recently featured some of his outstanding work, you can watch the full interview in the video below. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=YZzIRv1-2qI

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Tino Nyandoro – One of Zimbabwe’s Finest Young Photographers

It’s been a minute since we last celebrated our own home grown creatives making it big both in Zimbabwe and abroad. He has managed to make a name for himself at a young age with his captivating photography, there is just no doubt that Tino Nyandoro is one of the finest young photographers Zimbabwe has produced. We are proud to feature some of his work here, he also joins the likes of Steven Chikosi, David Zinyama, Baynham Goredema and other Zimbabwean creatives we have celebrated alraedy ...

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Newsday Photojournalist Tafadzwa Ufumeli Wins Prestigious International Scholarship Award

Popular NewsDay photojournalist, Tafadzwa Ufumeli has just won the prestigious Ian Parry Scholarship 2017 Award for Potential, after he submitted photos which he took in 2016, during the famous #ThisFlag and Tajamuka riots. Tafadzwa Ufumeli's award winning photo’s (below) were aptly named The Pursuit of Regime Change. The Ian Parry Scholarship pays tribute Ian Parry a photojournalist who was killed whilst covering the downfall of the Romanian dictator Nicolae Ceausescu at the age of ...

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Steven Chikosi’s photo of the Victoria Falls featured in The New York Times

If you happen to know a couple of Zimbabwean photographers, chances are, you already know of Steven Chikosi, his work has been featured on a host of local and international platforms including BBC’s African Voices and more. We have also showcased some of his work here on Creative Loop. In one of his latest achievements Steven Chikosi’s photo of the Victoria Falls(below) has just been featured in The New York Times, as a cover photo for a travel piece on the Victoria Falls. The ...

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Zimbabwean, Henry Oliver Hakulandaba wins Africa 2016 Photo Competition

Henry Oliver Hakulandaba, a Zimbabwean photographer and environmental consultant is walking away $2000 richer after winning Agility’s Africa 2016 photography competition. Henry is part of the three winners announced on the continent, the Grand Prize was won by Stephen Simiyu, who also walked away with another $2000 for his photo depicting a fisherman on his high-end laptop. Henry photo featured the skyline of Harare, Zimbabwe at dusk. The competition drew about 2500 photogr...

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Higherlife Foundation Launches Click into your Future Photography Competition

Higherlife Foundation the brainchild of Strive and Tsitsi Masiyiwa, whose vision is to provide a platform for people to fulfill their God-given purpose, has availed an opportunity for aspiring photographers to learn more about their craft and possibly get employed. The Click into your Future Photography Competition will see the successful candidate/s getting an opportunity to receive professional photography training and possibly join the Higherlife Foundation photography team. Comp...

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A view of Harare, courtesy of Sprystock

Call for Photography Service Consultant

Call for Photography Service Consultant: Eunic - Creative Zimbabwe Programme / The British Council Deadline: 20 February 2014 The British Council wishes to engage an experienced photographer for archiving and visibility of the project. The photographer should have experience in the field of arts and development work in Zimbabwe rural communities. The project is being implemented in targeted communities of Binga, Lupane, Bulawayo, Chivi and Honde Valley in Zimbabwe, and including Harare ...

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A view of Harare, courtesy of Sprystock

Harare News launch photo contest

All of you photography enthusiasts and Pro’s alike, this is your chance to win a weekend for two at the lovely Meikles Hotel in Harare. Harare News in conjunction with Meikles Hotel are holding a photo contest with the Theme “Love in the city. Basically you should depict your own take of the theme and shoot your pictures around the city of Harare. You can use any camera of your choice, even your DSLR. Rules You must give your photo a Title. Your subjects must be well framed. Your ...

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Sprystock, Africa’s First Stock Photography Marketplace, to launch this December

HDW, a local Zimbabwean web services company, has just announced the arrival of Sprystock, one of Africa's first stock photography marketplaces, just ten days before its launch online scheduled for December this year. "Sprystock is a fresh project, which we believe is going to address a very big gap in the African space. There are too many advertisers, digital artists, website owners and companies using visualizations which are out-of-context, and we want Sprystock to address that," stated ...

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