Face au succès de son dernier concours photos sur le thème « Lights », Objectif Polytech, la cellule audiovisuelle de l’école, a décidé de récidiver ! En ce mois de Janvier, c’est le thème « Hiver » qui est à l’honneur !
12 photos ont été proposées et soumises au vote des élèves. Ils avaient jusqu’à hier, vendredi 25 janvier à 18h pour donner leur avis !
Les résultats sont aujourd’hui connus. Le prix du jury est attribué à Titouan Larnicol ! Quant au prix du public, il est remporté par Niels Chapuis, à la tête de la Cellule Humani’terre et déjà récompensé par le prix du jury lors du précédent concours ! Félicitations !
This article will focus on one of the most important associations of Polytech Grenoble. Without its cast, you would have almost no trace of your Polytech years, which would be extremely sad. Always discreet but always present, they are there to immortalize your greatest moments of glory at Polytech. Armed with their cameras they are real little paparazzi, nothing escapes them. They have been rampant now for several generations of students and are known as Objectif Polytech. Julie Dubois (TIS4) is a very active member of Objectif Polytech (and of the BDE) and she kindly agreed to answer a few questions.
Élisa: -Hi Julie! Thanks for taking time for this interview. Julie: –Hey! No problem.
Élisa: – For how long have you been part of Objectif Polytech? Julie: –Since the beginning of last year, arriving at Polytech, it’s been almost a year and a half. I had never really done photography and I did not control my camera at all.
Élisa: -Can everyone join OP? Julie: –Yes ! Beginner or professional, we accept everyone, that’s what makes the interest of the association. The more experienced ones share their experiences and their good plans, offer photo releases, themes, and are jury of photo contests.
Élisa: -Can we take courses of editing, photo or video with OP? Julie: –Yes, we do photography, video, editing and computer graphics (creating logos and posters). We try to vary the subjects of the courses, this year all the courses of the semester follow a schedule.
Élisa: -Are there regular meetings between you to organize? Julie: –Yes and no. When the handover between the old and the new team was made, the choice was made to take a team rather than a single person who manages OP. We asked the most motivated to join a Facebook group conversation dedicated to the organization, but seeing the declining interest of the members of this conversation, we quickly saw that meetings were not necessary. In the end the decisions are made almost alone. For photo staff, outings, themes, etc., it is only the volunteer members who participate.
Élisa: -Is OP present at each Polytech event? Julie:-We are trying ! This is not easy because many members do not have a camera and some are interested only in the photo (they are less present in the atmosphere Polytech and therefore less present at parties). There is also a lack of publicity somehow, I think in particular about the administration that uses UGA photographers rather than OP, for example.
Élisa: -How much time do you spend on average per week for OP? Are there busier times than others during the year? Julie: –There is not really any average time .. In general, there is 1h of lessons per week, which must be prepared, then we try to organize in parallel outings and photo contest or directing short films on a weekend. But in addition to all that, there is the treatment of photos taken at events. The more we are present, the more work is added. During integration at the beginning of the year, this is where we have the most work. There are about 5000 photos to process! Once the integration is over, there is the gala 2 weeks later that also requires a lot of work. I would say this is the most complicated period at OP.
As you understand, OP is very important for the student life in Polytech. If you want more information, do not hesitate to ask Julie or any other member. Here is the link to their facebook page which contains all their work: https://fr-fr.facebook.com/objectifpolytech/
And a contest has just ended, so do not forget to check out the winning picture directly on Facebook !
Le 12 novembre 2018, Objectif Polytech, la cellule audiovisuelle de l’école, lançait son concours photo sur le thème « Lights ». Les élèves avaient jusqu’au 3 décembre pour soumettre leurs œuvres !
Hier, jeudi 6 décembre, les résultats sont tombés ! Niels Chapuis, qui dirige également la Cellule Humani’terre, remporte le prix du jury. Quant à Ali El Mufti, il a su conquérir ses spectateurs et remporte le prix du public ! Félicitations à eux !