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Happy to share I received an Honorable Mention in Portrait and a Nominee in Children of The World at the 6th Annual Photography Masters Cup. The International Award Honoring Color Photography. (8521 entries were received from 86 counties) Honorable Mention in Portrait Nominee in Children of the World
Happy to share i have received several Awards at the International Loupe Awards 2012.
Hi Ingetje, Congratulations! An image of yours was chosen to be featured in the slideshow on the PhotoShelter Buyer andAdvanced Search pages. You’re one of just 20 PhotoShelter members selected to represent our community of 70,000 photographers, and we’re happy to feature your outstanding work. For the whole month, your image will sit front and center where potential [...]
Published in the new 2013 Calender of Survival, WE,THE PEOPLE
Also i like to share that i received 2 Honourable Mentions at the prestigious PX3 Prix de la Photography Competition in Paris 2012. The jury selected PX3 2012′s winners from thousands of photography entries from over 85 countries. Thanks to the judges.
Finally the time has come i can start editting and selecting the images of my last trip, i’ve uploaded some of the fun Hipstomatic ones, which i did together with my husband, now it’s time for the ‘real’ stuff. This trip i did mainly portraits and this is the beginning, hope you like them…i definitely had [...]
Prestigious photographic awards The International Loupe Awards consists of eight open categories and three amateur categories. Amateur categories are not open to professional photographers, but the open categories are for everyone with a camera. Winners of the prestigious prizes were chosen by 25 judges, from nine countries worldwide. I’m very happy that ‘the woman and [...]
Pindanpost published article of Walmadan Celebrating Country pindanpost.com Check out these great images from award winning photographer Ingetje Tadros, known for many fabulous photographs of culture and heritage, taken in the most remotest regions of Africa and Asia, now Australia…..
I am very excited to finally started to upload my latest work from Sumba, Indonesia… Here a small peek, much more to come
Pls have a read as this is an amazing project! Founded: 2011 Location: Seattle, WA About: We are a non profit organization dedicated to documenting the effects of corporate globalization past & present upon indigenous communities around the world. Company Overview: A non profit organization dedicated to documenting the past and present effects of corporate globalization [...]
Valley Scene Magazine contacted me for an interview regarding my book TRIBAL ETHIOPIA here the interview with Beverley Ejedawe in Bookstew
Renowned photographer publishes hardcover collection of 286 photographs capturing the lives, customs and essential humanity of the endangered tribes of The Omo River Valley in Ethiopia.
Recently I was hired for a campaign shoot for the new production ‘Jandamarra’. Jandamarra was a legendary indigenous warrior and lawman who led one of Australia’s longest and most successful campaigns to defend Aboriginal country.
Ingetje Tadros images have all the hallmarks of a master photographer. Her images are a powerful blend of documentary portraiture with a candid insightfulness that leads the reader on an extraordinary journey into the world of tribal Ethiopia. Tadros’s works is reminiscent of the great Henri Cartier-Bresson with her seemingly effortless ability to capture ‘the [...]
Today I met some great guys from The Emergency Response Team here in Broome, Western Australia from the UN Refugee Agency
I invite you all to have a look at the incredible photography Ingetje Tadros, a new friend of mine. Inge is Dutch, lives in Broome, Australia with her Egyptian husbond Romani and they run the awesome Land of Pharaohs Egyptian kebab restaurant in Broome.
REAL insight into tribal life. This photo book provides a stunning glimpse of tribal life in Ethiopia. The photographs (mainly portraits) are up close and personal, drawing you into a fascinating world through attention to detail and cultural expression. Each portrait carries an earthy essence; as much a reflection on tribal life in Ethiopia as [...]
Share Your Voice member Ingetje Tadros published photo book on Tribal Ethiopia. click Preserving Cultures through art and creativity @Urban_Zen
Tessa McOnie, a Western Australian emerging artist was inspired by my work and has started to paint some of my images. Invite to Desert Seed
Published by Getty Images. Namaste नमस्त Western Australian based, Dutch born, social documentary photographer Ingetje Tadros captures our imagination with her inspiring images of India.
This image was selected in the Daily Dozen in March-Week 5. http://ngm.nationalgeographic.com/your-shot/daily-dozen