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‘Three Frames’: A Story of Photography and Landmines

Photographer Joao Silva stepped on a landmine while embedded with United States troops in Afghanistan in 2010 and did what he had done in conflict zones for 15 years – he took pictures. Silva recently shared his story with Dr. Anthony Feinstein, a world leader on the psychological effects of war on frontline journalists.

Silva’s story was featured by The Globe and Mail. To see the photos and read the article, please click this link:

http://www.theglobeandmail.com/news/world/three-frames-it-wasnt-a-calculated-thing-i-wanted-to-record-it/article24563869/

 



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