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No Picture without Humanity

For many years, I walk cross town just to take pictures of random people. Most of them are black and white, no filters. They belong to a category of photography call “street photography”. They are random every day pictures of strangers I meet.

There are a number of legendary street photographers I admire. Henri-Cartier Bresson is among one of them. Robert Frank who published the most highly influential book in post-war American photography. Don McCullin, a photojournalist who captures the essence of wars and revolutions.

At the end of the 1990s, Photographer Sebastiao Salgado recorded massive migration of peasants from rural areas to cities on several continents. It led him to follow destitute refugees fleeing armed conflicts and natural disasters. He witnessed much suffering and great courage but most of what he saw was violence and brutality he had never imagined before.

By 2013, Salgado published a 517 paged of all black and white photographs of our planet and his people. A book h…

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