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Peace to Boston - Love for our fellow photographers

From: Eric J. E.
Sent on: Wednesday, April 17, 2013 9:51 AM
I thought I'd share my thoughts on what's going on in Boston and a photographers role in it...
Frequently we don't think of photographers as "mission critical" in terms of society. The tragedy in Boston shows this as untrue. Currently photographers and videographers are donating their images to help catch a crazed individual or a group. Also, documenting this reality to use as evidence against those in the future who will deny the atrocity of this is vital. You never know when you may be the photographer called on for public safety or to document something for future generations. The human reaction to tragedy is to flee or freeze in place. As photographers we are called not to do either. We must keep clicking no matter what. #Peace to Boston #Love to our fellow photographers.

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