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Photo credit: theguardian.com
If you were a photo-journalist would you go? You can die if things go wrong. Although not as dangerous as being war photographers.
For some this is considered a plum assignment and they would fight for the chance to be sent to cover it.
One thing for sure, if your agency wants to send you to this and you reject it out of safety concerns; they would have a poor opinion of you.
People can win Pulitzer prizes covering such events. Some totally unexpected enigmatic photo that stands above the rest.
Some photographers who covered the Ukraine protest.
Brendan Hoffman/Getty Images)
Bulent Kilic/AFP/Getty Images)
Jeff J Mitchell/Getty Images)
Etienne De Malglaive/Getty Images)
Vasily Shaposhnikov/kommersant Via Getty Images)
Sergei Supinsky,Bulent Kilic/AFP/Getty Images)
David Blair For The Daily Telegraph
Ap Photo/MTI, Laszlo Beliczay
David Rose For The Daily Telegraph
Thomas Trutschel/photothek Via Getty Images
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AP Photographer Anja Niedringhaus
Killed in Afghanistan 4 Apr 2014 while on assignment.
A magnificent photo of Ashol Pan, the 13 year old eagle huntress in Altai mountains, far west of Mongolia.
Photo credit: Asher Svidensky / BBC
Photographer: Asher Svidensky (24 years old)
an overseas tour guide licensed by the Israeli Ministry of Tourism specialising in Mongolia, and a freelance documentary and PR photographer.
Canon 1D Mark IV
5D mark 1
Mostly Canon lenses.
The following lenses always in his bag: Canon 16-35 Mark II f2.8, Canon 50mm f1.4 and a Canon 70-200mm f2.8 IS USM Mark II.
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