In part II of our interview with French photographer, Melanie-Jane Frey, we discuss the motivations and inspirations behind her artistic work, after a 20-year career covering war, social issues and politics. Discover why Melanie considers using the right tools to be so important and how it can affect your creative process as a photographer.
Photo: German opposition leader Angela Merkel leaves UMP party head office in Paris, after a press conference with France's Interior Minister and president of France's ruling Union for a Popular Movement (UMP) party, Nicolas Sarkozy - Credit: © Melanie FREY
Melanie-Jane Frey is a French photographer, who has spent more than 20 years working as a photojournalist, with a focus on political reporting. After learning the ropes at the prestigious agency Magnum Photos, working with many distinguished photographers, Melanie-Jane embarked on a journey to tell the stories to enhance understandings of war, social issues and politics. She now devotes much of her time to her artistic work, opening her own studio - Studio Ambrotype & co. - in 2017, using old photography techniques to produce more contemporary images. Read the first part of our interview with Melanie-Jane, on her journey and experiences of working as a photojournalist, and the change of direction in her work.
Ever since the first medical photograph was taken at a French hospital in 1840, photography has played a major role in the healthcare industry. Medical photographs are used in various areas such as clinical documentation, research, publication and education. Hundreds of thousands of clinical photographs are produced each year in the health sector and it's becoming increasingly crucial to manage these images effectively and safely. Lisa Fisher from Medialogix, a FotoWare partner in the UK, shares how FotoWare Digital Asset Management helps the medical industry take care of their assets and even reduce the risk of financial penalties!
Facsimile from politiforum.no
The article was originally written by Torkjell Jonsson Trædal of Politiforum and published on their website on November 9, 2018. FotoWare has translated the article into English.
Previously, Politiforum has reported on how the London police recruit so-called “super recognizers”, who have extraordinary skills in recognizing faces they’ve seen before. This way, they can recognize offenders in forensic footage.
When focusing on frequency goes at the expense of quality.
If you’re working after the Inbound Marketing Methodology, you soon learned that you must publish content frequently to attract your buyer personas to your site, and for them to convert so you can guide them through the marketing funnel. How do you solve the frequency-high-quality-puzzle?
The world is visual - and people won't buy products they can't see. With high quality displays on everything from mobile devices to televisions, image and video quality is more important than ever in promoting your brand and product.
In our infographic, you can see why you should invest in high-quality visual media to reach your potential customers.
FotoWare has been named as a Top 3 Major Key Player in BisReport's latest report on the Digital Evidence Management market, with research looking at data from 2013-2017 and forecasts for 2018-2025.
Wings of Support is a non-profit organization and private initiative by employees of KLM Royal Dutch Airline, the flag carrier airline of the Netherlands. The charity aims to provide education, shelter and medical care to children in need all around the world. We spoke with Bram Snell (Board Member - Communication) to find out why visual content is so important to the organization and learn how its team of 100 volunteers use Digital Asset Management to help carry out its mission. Photo: Jouke van der Meer