Keep thinking about publishing your own photobook? ¡FUTURE IS NOW!
with Inés Casals, curator & graphic designer
Moving from the documentary photographic project to the photobook requires more than two eyes and two hands! At Photographic Social Vision we have been working with storytellers for 16 years, helping them to shape their stories and find their audiences. Here you will find the objective sight that your photobook needs during its edition.
The comprehension and reading of the book will depend directly on the photographic edition prior to the layout, so it will be essential to make a good choice of the order and disposition of the photographs. Get guided by an expert with a critical and objective look. The book editing sessions are intense and constructive, and manage to give the stories the necessary twist to become a photobook that becomes a faithful speaker of the project.
With the expert we will work:
What is and what is not a photobook
Styles and typologies
Origin of the genre
Ideas, fashions, formats and trends
Writing complementary texts
Photographers authors of photobooks
Editorial communication and sales
In New York, she was art director at the Green Team advertising agency, editor of the MOMA magazine and exhibition designer for Magnum Photos. In Barcelona she was the art director at Photographic Social Vision since its foundation, designing several editions of the World Press Photo Barcelona, and DOCfield, Documentary Photography Festival. She has directed the four editions Docfield Dummy Award Fundació Banc Sabadell. At the same time, she has designed books for photographers such as Paola de Grenet (A dog’s life), Mireia Bordonada (This is …) and Maite Caramés (Between you and me). She was part of the team that brought Spencer Tunick twice to Barcelona and made an exhibition of his nude photographs at the Palau de la Virreina. Her experience as a teacher has been linked until today to the Istituto Europeo di Design and the IEFC.
Price 50€ + iva / h
Get in touch at firstname.lastname@example.org
Or call 93 217 36 63 (Headquarters of the Foundation)
We are looking forward to your projects!