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Την Κυριακή 07/04/2019 στο περίπτερο της Panasonic (B5) στις 13:00, θα γίνει παρουσίαση της νέας Full Frame Φωτογραφικής Μηχανής της Panasonic LUMIX DC-S1 απο τον διεθνώς καταξιωμένο φωτογράφο Daimon Xanthópoulo.
[introduction] Daimon Xanthópoulos Daimon Xanthópoulos started his career as a freelance photojournalist and documentary maker. After working on news events like the tsunami on Aceh, earthquakes in Kashmir Pakistan, the war in Sierra Leone, Liberia, Afghanistan and Sudan he started to focus on long term documentary projects. His work is being published by many prominent magazines, newspapers and UN organisations. The documentaries on the human impact of the financial crisis in Detroit, the devastating war in Darfur and the secret societies of West-Africa have received a number of international awards. The last years he works mostly on the European continent for his most recent project Archeology of Faith.
[BIO 1] Daimon Xanthópoulos has dedicated himself to documenting the stories he believes need to be told. Photography for him is a unique way to communicate, allowing him to focus on social issues, injustice and human rights, and the plight of people, especially children, in the aftermath of conflict
[BIO 2] Daimon Xanthopoulos is an award-winning photographer. He’s been using the LUMIX G for many years for documentary work. His work can be found online and in leading magazines and newspapers or exhibitions around the world. He is currently working on the project Archæology of Faith, mainly on the European continent.
[BIO 3] Daimon Xanthópoulos has dedicated himself to documenting the stories he believes need to be told. Photography for him is a unique way to communicate allowing him to focus on social issues, injustice and human rights, and the plight of people, especially children, in the aftermath of conflict.