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The anaLoge is a fellowship of individuals who share their passion for images. The fellows are called stars.

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Alike the stars high above every single star shows its individual glow. Together they shine heaps brighter. Giving light to and taking it from other stars is key to the anaLoge.

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Stars are mostly, but not necessarily, photographers. All those into images like painters, exhibition designers, even sculptresses and sculptors and others might be fellow stars of the anaLoge.

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A suggestion from a fellow for a new star is followed by the agreement of all stars existing at that time. Personality and expertise are of major importance. That’s it, no more no less.

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The anaLoge is a fellowship of individuals who share their passion for images. The fellows are called stars. Like the stars in the sky, each star of the anaLoge has an individual sparkle. Together they shine heaps brighter. Giving light to and taking it from other stars is key to the anaLoge.
Yes, and more: a network of individuals who strive to “develop” individually, and by doing so, lift up the anaLoge and fellow stars to another level. A network with emphasis on empathy.
Participants are called stars. They are mostly, but not necessarily, photographers. All those who enjoy creating images, like painters, exhibition designers, even sculptresses and sculptors might be fellow stars of the anaLoge.
It’s all about your mindset, your creativity and curiosity, about your willingness to share and to receive. For a star, it is a privilege to have other knowledgeable fellow stars around who are willing to give of their time and expertise, and are worth taking from. The anaLoge is beneficial for every single star. And, conversely, every star as an individual is precious for the anaLoge
There is no way to apply. A candidate is suggested by a star, so you must have caught the attention of a star before. That suggestion is followed by the agreement of all participants (stars) existing at that time. Personality and expertise are of major importance.
Gender doesn’t matter at all. It’s all about an open mind, about creativity, about unique ideas, about the spirit of cooperation. All this has nothing to do with gender. Gender may be part if the work and focus of a star, but gender is a non-issue for selecting a star.
There are no rules or structures. The anaLoge welcomes values like the “4 Rs”: Reliability, Respect, Responsibility and Reputation
If you’re not a fellow aka star, there is indeed a way to be featured in a guest post. We’re happy to welcome new ideas and concepts - no need to be on the same page with us to get on our page. An open mindset is key to the anaLoge and its fellows. However, of course a guest post has to comply to some basic requirements. To ensure this, we don’t apply a set of rules - you just need a star to mentor your post. We trust our fellow stars to act according to our open mindset, so each star will be able to guide a guest or newcomer to meet our basic requirements. That said, what you need for a contribution is the connection to one of the stars who will guide you.
Right now, we are spreading our wings over Europe. But there are amazing folks all around the planet. The anaLoge is looking forward to discovering them.
The 02.02.2020 is a so called palindrome date. It reads the same backward as forward. The next date showing that “0 and X” format is 03.03.3030. The anaLoge of today loves thrilling images. Images that found anchorage in the consciousness or the subconscious of the recipients. No anchor, no remembrance of images when out of sight. No thrill. But anchored images will still fascinate people in the far future, more than one thousand years ahead of our time - let’s keep fingers crossed ;-). In the meantime the anaLoge proclaims and celebrates the 02.02. in every year the “Day of Development”.

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