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From 'Aftermath of a world at war'  Photojournalists’ exhibit records tragic results of remote conflicts :. Ron Haviv

Aftermath of a world at war

From 'Aftermath of a world at war' Photojournalists’ exhibit records tragic results of remote conflicts :.

Catching a glimpse of the photojournalist's unseen images

​Ron Haviv: The Lost Rolls

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Check out this amazing class from CreativeLive

Visual Storytelling: Why We Shoot with Ron Haviv, Ed Kashi

This class is brings you the philosophy of the VII photo agency, how they use their cameras to try to affect change and the importance of bearing witness.

Nepal - Both boys and girls can be married too young. Here 15 year old Bishal accepts gifts while his 16 year old bride Surita sits unhappily at her new home.

Too Young to Wed, a multimedia partnership between the United Nations Population Fund (UNFPA) and premier photo agency VII, seeks to raise awareness of the practice and ultimately, to end it.

A Bosnian woman visits her husband's grave in a cemetery in Bihac, Bosnia, that is filled with people who were killed during the Bosnian war.

A Bosnian woman visits her husband’s grave in a cemetery in Bihac, Bosnia, that is filled with people who were killed during the Bosnian war.

We need to leave.     Mourner cries over children killed by rogue US soldier.

Reaction to 2012 Afghan massacre by Staff Sgt. Robert Balese

A mourner cries over the bodies of Afghan civilians, allegedly shot by a rogue US soldier, seen loaded into the back of a truck in Alkozai village of Panjwayi district, Kandahar province on March (Getty)

William Eggleston was born July 27, 1939 in Menphis, Tennessee. This American photographer was highly important in making colour photography recognized as a legitimate artistic medium, worthy of be…

William Eggleston

William Eggleston was born July 1939 in Menphis, Tennessee. This American photographer was highly important in making colour photography recognized as a legitimate artistic medium, worthy of be…

Ron Haviv « DPA @ 20 | Miami University

Ron Haviv « DPA @ 20 | Miami University

Law enforcement in Ferguson after firing tear gas and watching a police car burn during a night of protests and rioting over a grand jury’s decision not to indict police officer Darren Wilson in the fatal shooting of Michael Brown. © Ron Haviv

Law enforcement in Ferguson after firing tear gas and watching a police car burn during a night of protests and rioting over a grand jury’s decision not to indict police officer Darren Wilson in the fatal shooting of Michael Brown.

© Ron Haviv / VII Ron Haviv: My most important photograph is probably from my first foreign trip, to the country of Panama. I photographed a just elected Vice-President Guillermo Ford, covered in blood, being beaten by a member of a paramilitary group. The photograph wound up on the cover of three US news magazines in …

Supporters of Panamanian dictator Manuel Noriega attack elected Vice President Guillermo (Billy) Ford in Panama City, May © Ron Haviv/VII, Courtesy of Anastasia Photo

Photographer Lalage Snow takes pictures of soldiers’ faces before, during and after the war in Afghanistan. (I know I've posted these before, but the contrast just gets to me every time I see it.)

Photographer Lalage Snow takes pictures of soldiers’ faces before, during and after the war in Afghanistan.

Photographer Lalage Snow takes pictures of soldiers’ faces before, during and after the war in Afghanistan. - Photographer Lalage Snow takes pictures of.

Behind Closed Doors With the Women of Saudi Arabia By Jordan G. Teicher

Behind Closed Doors With the Women of Saudi Arabia

Kroutchev Planet Photo: Olivia Arthur is a British documentary photographer, Magnum photography agency

Black & White (@kulturtava) | Twitter

Black & White (@kulturtava) | Twitter

On her way home in afternoon on Thursday, April 8, 1993 in Sarajevo, a Bosnian woman rushes down an empty sidewalk past war-destroyed shops in one of the worst sections of the so-called "Sniper Alley."

On her way home in the afternoon on Thursday, April 1993 in Sarajevo, a Bosnian woman rushes down an empty sidewalk past war-destroyed shops in one of the worst sections of the so-called Sniper Alley (AP Photo/Michael Stravato)

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