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Daniel Gonzalez Acuna

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About Daniel
Daniel Gonzalez Acuna is a photojournalist, videographer and 360 content producer based in Seville, Spain.
He work as freelancer for news agencies and media, like Euronews, Deutsche Presse-Agentur, Zuma Press amid others.
He obtained a PhD in Archaeology (2008) and also a postgraduate degree in Photojournalism and Documentary Photography at the University of Seville (2011). 
He is experienced in photography of performing arts, sports and documentary projects about minorities in postconflict areas. His photographs have been published in newspapers Wall Street Journal, Le Monde, Spiegel, Bild, Stern, The Guardian, The Times, The Mail on Sunday, ABC, El Mundo, El Correo de Andalucía, La Razón, AS), Revista Ejército, digital platforms of photojournalism and specialized media in archaeology and performing arts. 
He has published a photo-documentary book about Christian minorities in Palestine (González Acuña, Daniel (2012): Cristianos en Palestina. Estrategias de supervivencia. Universidad de Sevilla. ISBN: 978-84-472-1408-2) and received several awards.
His 360 videos about Roman city of Italica (Spain) have being featured by Google Cultural Institute in the launching of "Wonders of Andalusia" page in the Google Arts & Culture Project.
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Video Package (Web / Broadcast) Photography 360 Videography
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Roman-era Delicacies Revived for a Banquet in Spain

26 Oct 2019  |  euronews
Archaeologists and chefs in Spain have collaborated to recreate Roman-era dishes for a special banquet in Italica, the ancient home of Roman emperors Trajan and Adrian. Chef Antonio Bort expressed that understanding Roman culinary practices could inspire modern cooking. The banquet featured dishes such as lamb stew with oxygarum, wild boar and venison stuffing, and cibarium bread made from einkorn wheat. Oxygarum, a vinegar derived from the Roman fish sauce garum, was highlighted for its versatility in both savory and sweet dishes, as noted by Chef Camila Ferraro. Artisan baker Domi Velez praised einkorn wheat for its quality. The event showcased how ancient recipes could influence contemporary cuisine.

360º video reportage about father and son that defy cerebral palsy to complete marathons

360º video reportage about Climate Change impact in Doñana Natural Park wetlands for Euronews

Landscape genomics: natural selection drives the evolution of mitogenome in penguins

01 Dec 2017  |  BioMed Central
The study investigates the evolution of the mitochondrial genome (mtDNA) in penguins, driven by natural selection in response to environmental variables such as sea surface temperature and chlorophyll levels. Using Next Generation Sequencing, the research analyzes patterns of selection in the mtDNA of penguins from two genera, Spheniscus and Pygoscelis, across their distributional ranges. The findings reveal that mtDNA genes, particularly those involved in oxidative phosphorylation (OXPHOS), show signatures of purifying and positive selection, correlating with environmental factors. The study highlights the impact of historical and ongoing climate changes on penguin species diversification and adaptation, emphasizing the importance of understanding genetic responses to environmental changes for predicting future adaptations.

Man's best friend: This rescue dog's training may save your life

30 Oct 2017  |  euronews
The article discusses the role of the Spanish Military Emergency unit, particularly its canine unit, in providing disaster relief both within Spain and internationally. The unit's dogs are trained to search for victims of catastrophes, whether dead or alive. The training focuses on enhancing the dogs' search skills, physical fitness, socialization, stress management, and obedience. The dogs are capable of scanning large areas quickly, significantly faster than humans with equipment. The unit, which includes 36 canine teams, recently assisted in recovering around 40 victims' bodies after the earthquake in Mexico. The article highlights the importance of the bond between the dogs and their handlers and the efficiency and autonomy of the dogs in emergency situations.

360º video reportage about Roman Re-enactment Days at Italica for Euronews


Book of documentary photography about Christian minorities in the Palestinian Occupied Territories. Commissioned by University of Seville (Spain)

A City Destroyed by Julius Caesar and Rebuilt By Augustus

09 Feb 2017  |  www.google.com
The article discusses the historical transformation of the city of Córdoba, from its destruction by Julius Caesar during the civil wars of the Roman Republic to its reconstruction and flourishing under Emperor Augustus. It delves into the city's significance in the Roman Empire, highlighting its growth and development during the period of Roman peace and prosperity. The author provides insights into the architectural, cultural, and political changes that occurred in Córdoba, illustrating its journey from a battleground to one of the empire's most important cities.

Deutsche Presse-Agentur launches the dpa-story about Cucumber scandal five years after, with my photographs and video

Monasteries Under Siege

19 Dec 2013  |  M'Sur
In April, a historic agreement was signed between Belgrade and Pristina, effectively acknowledging Kosovo as an independent state. Despite this, only three active Serbian Orthodox religious centers remain in Kosovo, protected by NATO. The Serbian Orthodox Church, representing the Serbian population, has been a staunch defender of Kosovo's belonging to Serbia. UNESCO recognized the monastery of Visoki Dečani as a World Heritage Site in 2004, and in 2006, three more religious sites were added to the World Heritage in Danger list. The main NATO base in western Kosovo houses 600 of the 6,000 NATO soldiers in the region. Father Andrej, the bishop of Prizren, expresses concern for the future and the security of Serbs in the area. Orthodox Easter is the most important annual religious celebration, attended by monks, relatives, pilgrims, and even KFOR officers.

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