Malou Reedorf is a young and serious working photographer and picture-maker. She has an academic background and her creativity happens to be well prepared and systematical. It means planned from scratch to the final photograph. At the same time it means easy to work together with as plans don't take different directions all the time.
She grew up in the Nordic countries with strong aesthetic minimalistic design and handles it to perfection but loves to combine with extravagant and colourfull lifestyle. She also is a great makeup-artist
Malou is often located outside Milano in Italy but works all over the world.
Malou became a member of the Danish Professional Photographic Society very young and claims that she has been active for 24 years (born 1989) as her parents allways brought her to the the annual events.
November 2011 she became the youngest photographer ever to acheive the title "dff-mMaster Photographer"
2014 she achieved the high standard "QEP" meaning Qualified European Photographer and is obtained by a limited number of European photographers.
Shortly after she got 3 gold prizes for avantgarde portraits which meant she is the highest ranking young photographer in Europe 2014 and receives the "Golden Camera Award" in Cologne at a ceremony
August 2014 Malou Reedorf have been accepted into the Collection of Professional Photographers of America's 2014 International Photographic Competition .
As an extra honor, one of the Merited Images is selected for inclusion in the 2014 PPA Showcase Book.
Read more about Malou Reedorf in this interview http://photogrvphy.com/malou-reedorf-interview-with-advertising-photographer/
Your work, is truly one of the most
imaginative, inventive, and beautiful styles we've seen
- Conceptual Magazine
Danish Photographer of the year (DFF) - 2015
European Judge, lecturer and workshop creator
Judge in "European photographer of the year" (Federation of European Professional Photographers - FEP) - 2015
3 times Bronze Award - International Loupe Awards
ND Award Category and Prize Winner (ND) - 2014
Golden star 1st place - (ND) 2014
Advertising Photographer of the Year (ND) - 2014
2 times honorable mentions (ND) - 2014
Participant of the Danish national team for photographers (World photographic Cup - WPC) - 2014
Best placed in photographer under 26 in "European photographer of the year" (Federation of European Professional Photographers - FEP) - 2014
"Golden Camera winner" (Federation of European Professional Photographers - FEP) - 2014
3 times "Golden Award Winner" (Federation of European Professional Photographers - FEP) - 2014
General collection (Professional Photographers of America - PPA) - 2014
3 times merit (Professional Photographers of America - PPA) - 2014
Finalists "European photographer of the year" (Federation of European Professional Photographers - FEP) - 2014
Finalists "Danish photographer of the year" (DPPA/the Danish Professional Photographers Association) - 2014
"Qualified European Photographer (QEP)" (Federation of European Professional Photographers - FEP) - 2014
"European photographer (EP)" (Federation of European Professional Photographers - FEP) - 2013
Finalists "Danish photographer of the year" (DPPA/the Danish Professional Photographers Association) - 2013
dff/Master Photographer [M] (DPPA/the Danish Professional Photographers Association) - 2012
The copyright laws cover different types of works, images generated by various techniques, music and lyrics. Copyright is an attempt to balance the rights and responsibilities of artist and user. Including photographers. When a photographer and copyright holder is protected under the copyright law is it because the artist has an interest in developing the art and offer the customers unique quality products. This interest fades logically, if one was not guaranteed payment for the resources that is put in the development of the products.
Everyone that takes a picture - even with the mobile phone – has the copyright for the image 70 years after the death of the artist. Photographers who make a "work" that is an image and work creatively with control of light and composition etc., has copyright 70 years after their death.
This means that only the photographer has the right to make the copies produced and take reasonable commercial payment. At the same time the model is protected of their own copyright
As with patent or trademark protection, protects artists - including photographers – they are protected against others copying and printing. This makes it possible to earn a living as a photographer, writer, musician etc.
Compared with another industry: If you as a guest in a recognized restaurant includes a random wine, one cannot be sure of a complete experience. The same goes for the experience of being at the photographer. If you make copies or prints at home or in a copy shop on the internet the photographer and copyright owner are not paid for the effort and time put into it. Furthermore, an artist like to have control through the whole process from photographing to the final product. This is to ensure that the costumer gets the quality that is deserved and to ensure that the photographers name is not attached to some low quality prints.
If you hire a high-end photographer, you should not live with pour quality prints.
The fabrication of the pictures is a comprehensive package that the photographer stands for, and a necessary part of the business concept to ensure survival of the business and that the costumer gets the best service and quality.
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