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EP 37 | Conflict Photography, Why Being A Photographer Isn’t Enough & More w. Photographer Adam Ferguson
If you are at all interested in conflict photography or have picked up a recent copy of TIMES magazine I am sure you would have come across some of Adam work. Adams unique outlook on the world around him and how he often aims to challenge societal beliefs on particular issues makes him one of the most interesting photographers and authors around. For this reason Adams client and publication list is impressive to say the least with his work being featured on the front cover and inside publications such as TIME magazine, The New York Times Magazine, National Geographic, Vanity Fair, Rolling Stones and that’s just naming a few.
On this episode Photographer Adam Ferguson and I talk about how he got into photography, what lead him to document the US lead war in Afghanistan, misconceptions people have about war, what it’s like to be a conflict photographer, how he got to work with publications such as TIME magazine, how he goes about pitching to publications, changes he has seen within the photography industry, why just being a photographer today isn’t enough, his creative process and so much more.
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