The stereotype of photojournalists is that they’re adrenaline junkies. Risk takers. But they're often surprisingly humble about their work -- maybe because their job is to erase themselves, to become the lens that lets us see the world. Here photojournalist Brendan Bannon talks about finding beauty in the midst of suffering and about a photo he took at the Dadaab refugee camp in Kenya.
Photography Beyond Tragedy
By editor • Jun 11, 2016