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A compassionate lens: Pulitzer Prize winner Carol Guzy's photographs have a rare quality — empathy
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A compassionate lens: Pulitzer Prize winner Carol Guzy's photographs have a rare quality — empathy

Carol Guzy has worked in volatile and historic situations — among them, the fall of the Berlin Wall in 1989, Kosovo refugees escaping into Albania as they fled Serb ethnic cleansing in 1999, the 2010 earthquake in Haiti, the devastating effects of ISIS in Iraq in 2017, and migrants journeying to America in 2018.

Senthil Kumaran on documenting human-wildlife conflict, and photography as a socio-political tool
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Senthil Kumaran on documenting human-wildlife conflict, and photography as a socio-political tool

Senthil Kumaran is a documentary photographer whose work focuses on social and environmental issues, with an ongoing project documenting the human-wildlife conflict.

Pulitzer Prize-winning photojournalist Richard Drew on his 9/11 image Falling Man, and documenting history
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Pulitzer Prize-winning photojournalist Richard Drew on his 9/11 image Falling Man, and documenting history

The Pulitzer Prize winning photographer Richard Drew, currently in Hyderabad for the Indian Photography Festival, spoke with this correspondent about the fateful day when he shot the image now known globally as “The Falling Man”.