Heidelberg. Its beauty is said to be so eternal it leaves everlasting traces in the hearts of those who visit it. Traditionally, the fame of such cities creates a post-card like imagery. The photojournalist Dinis Manuel Alves also succumbed to this temptation, which resulted in some photographs of the same calibre, but he also succeeded in going further. This he achieved by combining: colour and b...
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ite, night and day, sun and mist, not forgetting the shop windows, photographs of the tourists taking photographs, the tarmac and green spaces and icons, both sacred and profane. ------------------------------------------------ Dinis Manuel Alves was born in Lobito, Angola, in 1958. He obtained his Ph.D. in Communication Sciences (2005) and degrees in Journalism (1999) and Law (1981) at the University of Coimbra. He is a Professor at the Instituto Superior Miguel Torga (Coimbra), and led the Degree in Social Communication course until 2017. He is also a Visiting Professor at the Institute of Information Sciences and Administration (Iscia - Aveiro), a Consultant in Communication for the Port of Aveiro (APA) and the Portuguese Ports Association (APP). Formerly a journalist for Portuguese publications and stations “TSF”, “Expresso”, “Grande Reportagem”, “TVI”, “Tal & Qual” and the “Jornal de Coimbra”, Dinis still undertakes work as a photo-journalist. He is also the author of several photography exhibitions and websites, accessible through dmareport.blogspot.pt. As a deputy in the Portuguese Parliament (Socialist Party), Dinis worked in partnership with Jaime Ramos (Social Democrat Party) to sponsor the first project to create local radio stations in Portugal (1983).