EP 37 | Conflict Photography, Why Being A Photographer Isn’t Enough & More w. Photographer Adam Ferguson

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EP 37 | Conflict Photography, Why Being A Photographer Isn’t Enough & More w. Photographer Adam Ferguson

In a recent episode of the podcast, I had the opportunity to speak with renowned conflict photographer Adam Ferguson. We dove deep into his career and the experiences that have shaped his work.

Adam shared with us how he first got into photography and how it led him to document the US lead war in Afghanistan. We discussed the misconceptions people have about war and what it’s really like to be a conflict photographer. Adam also talked about his process of pitching to publications like TIME magazine and the importance of finding the right outlets for your work.

We also delved into the changes that Adam has seen within the photography industry, including the need for photographers to have more skills than just taking photos. He emphasized the importance of being able to tell stories and to have a thorough understanding of the editorial process.

Throughout the conversation, Adam highlighted the creative process behind his work and how he continues to challenge himself to tell meaningful stories. His work serves as a reminder of the power of photography to not only document but to also inspire change.

If you’re interested in learning more about the life of a conflict photographer and the stories behind the images, then this episode is a must-listen. With insights from one of the industry’s most respected voices, it’s a fascinating look into the world of photojournalism.


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