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Prof. Dr. Özer KANBUROĞLU (AFIAP)


He was born in İstanbul in 1964. He graduated from Mimar Sinan University, Faculty of Fine Arts, Department of Stage and Visual Arts in 1994. He received his master's degree in photography from Marmara University, Institute of Fine Arts, and Department of Photography in 1998. And he completed his Ph.D. research on Journalism at İstanbul University, Institute of Social Science in 2002. He has worked at different magazines as a editor and assistant editor. He exhibited his exhibitions which are named “İzlenimler” (The Impressions), “Detaylar” (The Details), “Sepetçiler” (The Basket Makers) and “Mimariler” (The Architectures) at various activities. He has won approximately 140 awards at national and international photo contests as The Young Artist of Europe Award (France-1993), Etos Culture Award (Sweden-1994), Ballantines Photography Award (England-1995), The Okamato Prize (Japan-1996), Government Photo Contest Grand Prize (1996), The Cup Award of Şinasi Barutçu (1997,1998,1999), Golden Boll Photography Award (1995,1996,1998,2003), 19. Fiap Dia Bienal’s Silver Medal (1997) Tubitak Photography Award (1997), Şark Hayat (Koç Allianz) Photography Award (1994,1996,1999, 2002), Super Curcuit  Bronze Medal (Avusturia-2000) Pamukbank Photography Award (1999), International Photography Federation (FIAP) Honorary Award (Makedonia-2000), Asea Brown Boweri Grand Prize (Switzerland -2000), Giovanni Crespi Prize (Italy-2002), Golden Medal at 1.Balkan Photo Contest (Greece-2003), Mehmet Baltacı Award at Adana Rotary Club International Photo Contest (Adana-2003), Asea Brown Boweri Grand Prize (İsviçre-2004), Mention at International Nasrettin Hoca Photo Contest (Konya-2005), Honorable Mention of Fotoclup TG Mures Contest (Romania-2005) and Sami Güner Prize (2007, 2008, 2009). His articles, which are more than seventy, have been published in several magazines. He attended lots of national and international conferences and his articles, which are more than twenty, was accepted to national and international symposiums. He did presentations more than thirty. His photos were exhibited over fourty countries. He was honered with AFIAP (Artist of FIAP) due to his achievement of international contest from FIAP (Fedaration of International Art Photography) in 2001. He accomplished research projects: “Kaybolan Meslekler” (The Disappeared Jobs) in 2003, “Denemeler” (The Experiments) in 2004, “Taking and Archiving Photos of Atatürk” in 2007, “Atatürk and Woman” in 2008. He was chosen as a “Photographer of Millenium” at “Photographers of the End of Millenium” project which was supported from Photography Confederation of Spain in 2003. He became an “Assistant Professor” in 2002, an “Associate Professor” in 2004 and “Professor” in 2009. KANBUROĞLU who has books of “Temel Fotoğraf Bilgisi Ders Notları” (The Lesson Notes of Basic Photography Knowledge), “Temel Fotoğraf Bilgisi” (Basic Photography Knowledge), “Fotoğrafta Çekim Teknikleri” (The Shooting Techniques at Photography), “Basında Haber Fotoğrafı Kullanımı” (Using News Photography at Journalism), “A’dan Z’ye Fotoğraf” (The Photography from A to Z), “Yeni Başlayanlar İçin Fotoğraf” (The Photography for Beginners), “Fotoğrafta Kompozisyon” (Composition in Photography), “Mimari Fotoğraf” (Architectural Photography), “Amatörler İçin Dijital Fotoğraf” (Digital Photography for Amateurs), “Dijital Fotoğraf Rehberi” (The Guide of Digital Photography) and catalogues of “Mimariler” (The Architectures), “Sepetçiler” (The Basket Makers) ve “Öyküler” (The Stories) is a member of FIAP (Federation of International Art Photography) and FOTOGEN. KANBUROĞLU, who has also working as a Director and Director of Photography at documentary movies, is currently working at the Kocaeli University, Faculty of Fine Arts, and Department of Photography as a “Head of Department”.