It's What I Do

It is not easy reading. It is disturbing in many ways. Nor it is a photo essay or guide on how to be a journalist or war photographer. This book is an autobiography of a person who’s is obsessed with her work and sense of justice — someone who’ll chase news and truth even when her life is at stake. I mentioned this is not a photojournalists handbook, but I’d recommend anyone interested in photography to read this book, because no matter what kind of photography you do if you are seriously thinking about this career, you should know that taking photos is only part of the equation.

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