Posts tagged environmental portrraits
Photographs From John Ferguson's Photo Archive #1

28 year old Iraqi, Almed Dhlea Aubaldi survived the bombing of the Amiriya bunker in Baghdad by American warplanes, but lost his both his parents, wife and children during the bombing raid. The blast took place in 1991 during the first Gulf war.

Picture by John Ferguson

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Diversify Your Visual Message For Your Charity

If you want to get your project or message across to your audience, then hiring the services of a good photographer is paramount for communicating your charities essence or cause. A photographer that understands your ethos, believes in your mission and can visually interpret the right stories which your core audiences can relate to, is priceless. People enjoy seeing diversity, they enjoy seeing stories on different social platforms that ring true, you're giving your audience, and prospective clients the opportunity and confidence to engage and interact with you, which in turn could lead to extra donations and sponsors.

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Two Images Selected as Photo Competitions Winners.

I've recently had the good fortune to have two of my recent photographs selected by two major photographic competitions, with both images taken from the same project which I'm currently collaborating on with the East Suffolk Association for the Blind. All my images from this series are a result of spending a good amount of time with each person connected with the project. Getting to know them, listening to their stories, understanding their fears and anxieties, alongside what also makes them happy and content.

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