Maria Nunes on photographing Carnival

It’s very troubling that the TTCO and TTCBA think that people like myself are taking advantage of creators of “works of mas” by making off with huge profits from commercializing our photographs without any just benefits being derived by the creators.

Carnival’s copyright commess continues

“Government regulations are needed to deal with an unaccountable CMO regime. A regime keen on holding others to account, with little internal self-governance.”

Is social media ruining photography?

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Journalism 2017: The lost visual history

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2017: Year of the smartphone

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A smartphone workflow

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