Fotogenio yesterday closed its sixth edition and did, as it had in previous days, with great success.
"We can not hide our great satisfaction with what we have achieved this year," said the organizer of this competition, Juan Sanchez Calventus, who accompanied the Mayor of Mazarron, Ginés Campillo, dismissed much of the more than 1000 people have Friday passed since the old Paloma store to enjoy their conferences, workshops and activities, or simply to learn more about the largest gathering photographic Spain.
Sunday's re-emphasized by the quality of the speakers.
The talks were opened by the Italian Marco Cristofori who taught the audience how you can earn some money by selling their stock photos through the network.
Also interesting was the presentation by Marta will kill the photographers who explain their legal rights to their photographs, and details to consider within the Copyright Act.
But without a doubt was the Hungarian photographer Bence Máté who caught everyone's attention yesterday.
This young artist is the author of some of the most beautiful pictures of nature that have been made in recent years.
Yesterday laboriosísimo realized the work that needs to be done to each of your photos but "the end is nature that decides," as expressed Máté himself.
This continues to seek new ways of working and the implementation of a camera you want to control via the Internet to manage it from anywhere in the world.
The day was rounded Ricky Davila, who held a retrospective of his work over the past 20 years, and Rebeca Saray, who spoke on the picture and was also the "innocent hand" of a prize draw among those present.
The Mayor of Mazarron, Ginés Campillo, was "extremely happy and satisfied" with the high quality of the competition this year and its great impact.
"With a modest investment over the quality and quantity of programming that takes place, the impact of Fotogenio in the local economy is far greater."
So treasured hotels, restaurants and establishments, one more weekend, again filled with the presence of "tourists, surely, will soon return to town to enjoy its climate and life," said Ginés Campillo .
Source: Ayuntamiento de Mazarrón