Ed Kashi is featured on the newest “A Small Voice” podcast with Ben Smith. In this episode, Ed speaks about being all about the issues, dealing with an emotional fallout, and hitting a wall in Peru.
“…I’m asking people who are sick to let me into their lives. Like, what an a**hole if I do that and then I’m not 100% there! Because on some level those people don’t need another person with a camera. So I’d better have a damned good reason to be getting into their lives and then I need to treat that with dignity and respect and the sort of preciousness of this opportunity that they’re giving me. And if I’m not at 100%, there’s something not good about that.”
Maggie Steber speaks to Ben Smith on A Small Voice Podcast about changing career directions, education, Haiti, the warrior ethos, and her alter ego, “Lily LaPalma.”
“I’m a documentary photographer. I’ve covered everything from war to fashion; i’ve worked for the Geographic; I’ve done all these stories, but I realized a few years ago that I had all of these things stored up in my head and I felt I was experiencing the tyranny of documentary photography, because that’s what described me. But we’re so much more than what we do…”
Take a listen here!
Join Ashley Gilbertson and Ed Kashi for a Facebook Live on February 14, 2018 at 12 PM EST!
Adobe Create Magazine followed Danny Wilcox Frazier for four days in South Dakota as he worked on his new book, “Lost Nation,” and caught up with him at home in Iowa City, as he went through the photos he captured on that trip.
“Through his pictures, award-winning photographer Danny Wilcox Frazier provides a much-needed window into the often misunderstood American heartland. Frazier documents the lives of his fellow Midwesterners—their struggles and joys, their choices and their fates—as their towns and lifestyles undergo transformation.”
Watch the video profile here