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Shoot ALL The Hackers!

Naam Shoot ALL The Hackers!
Door dvanzuijlekom
Status Uitvoer
Madskillz Fotografie, Psychologie
Doel / Omschrijving
Portrait photography of hackers and makers
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"Shoot ALL the Hackers!" is one of my long-running projects. Its focus is portrait photography of persons who relate themselves to hacker/maker culture or communities. I started this project in 2015 and it'll never be truly finished, as there will always be new hackers to photograph, as well as old friends having new faces.


I take great pride in photographing people looking at their very best and my results speak for themselves. You'll be using this photo in your personal bio, guaranteed.


I prefer to shoot at my home-base at Hackerspace Hack42 in the well-equipped photo-studio, but this is negotiable. You might also find me at various hacker-related events with my mobile studio setup.


Contact me if you wish to participate. Wishes? Special requirements? Ideas? Suggestions? Props? Clothing? Awesome! I'm into that and I like doing interactive sessions. If you like, I could comment on my technique while I'm photographing, so you might learn a thing or two as well.


Your time and mine. A photoshoot can take a few minutes up to a few hours, plus the post-processing. Financial contributions are appreciated but not necessary.

Copyright? Publication?

Free/Libre Open Source Software and free content is important to me. All photos are licensed Creative Commons CC-BY-SA. The best results will be added to the album, but you will have a say of course. My goal is for both of us to be happy with the results. Signing up for this project implies your consent to these terms. If this is a problem, please let me know beforehand, we might be able to arrange for an alternative.


So how would you attribute a photo to me? With "TASL": Title, Author, Source and License! Creative Commons has this helpful page on 'How to give attribution'. An example would be:

<a href="https://flic.kr/p/2cYG3BE">Selfie! (~January 2019)</a>" by <a href="https://www.flickr.com/photos/dvanzuijlekom/">Dennis van Zuijlekom</a> is licensed under <a href="https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-sa/2.0/">CC BY SA 2.0</a>

With markup, this would appear as:

"Selfie! (~January 2019)" by Dennis van Zuijlekom is licensed under CC BY SA 2.0


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