Photobloggers Meetup

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Guys! Tomorrow Thursday, April 16th 18:30 pm in Cafe Jamaica - El Hana 10th Floor. special guest : Skydancer.


Masteroiece of the Day: kairauan streets by night

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By [Wilmar Photography]


Daddech Photo exhibit

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"Daddech" is photography exhibit essay based on Bir lahja's members work, will take place in Bir Lahjar Club (The medina) Saturday April 18th at 16 pm.


Masteroiece of the Day: kairauan ladies going to pray

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By [Nick Clarke]


New Photography exhibit : Walk

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The opening of the2nd photo exhibit og the F10 group will take place next Tuesday April 14th at 18h30 featuring Naoufel ABBES, Hamdi AYADI, Yasser BEN HAJ BRAHIM, Mehdi BEN JEMAA, Khaled BEN MANSOUR, Adel BEN YACOUB, Nidhal CHAIBI, Sahar DKHIL, Hatem FILALI,
Romdhane GUEDDICHE et Adel NAILI and as guests: Taeib BEN AMEUR, Mounir MABKHOUT, Safouène JALLOUL.

More info in the [FB page]


By [Brian McMorrow]


Arabian Eye smells everthing but Arabic

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Arabain Eye is an UAE leader stock photography site with hundreds of photos and productions all over the arabic world, the quality of the webiste and the photos are amazing... but the some 90 photographers in the site are al over even americain, french or hindu.

I don't mind ot have such photographers but the site should somewhow involves some arabic photographers, as far as I know we have excellent photographers all around needles with golden lenses waiting to be called for business.


Masterpiece of the day: The square for the Mausoleum in Monastir

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By [Bob-Photos]


Tunis Afrique Presse Agency awarded best photography prize

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TUNIS, April 1, 2009 (TAP) - Tunis Afrique Press (TAP) news agency was awarded the first prize of the Photography Competition held by the United Nations Research and Training Institute for the Advancement of Women (UN-INSTRAW) and the Center for Arab Women Training and Research (CAWTAR).

The competition is part of the initiative taken by both institutions on "Reinforcement of female leadership and the participation of women in political life and decision-making in Algeria, Morocco and Tunisia."

Via [TAP]

The photo theme and aulity is far beyond awfyl, but as I see they didn't have much choice to give an award in aso narrow field. This bring the Tunisiain photojournalism gain down to the sewer, but who cares?