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Thursday
May052011

Fallen Photographers Embedded in Danger Zone

Tim Hetherington: Zuma Press/Newscom

 

 

The deaths of award-winning photojournalists Tim Hetherington and Chris Hondros on April 20, 2011 in a mortar attack at Misrata, Libya, underscored the heavy toll war exacts on soldiers and civilians alike. Dupont Award winner Hetherington, whose book Infidel featured photos from the Korengal Valley, Afghanistan (see photo above), co-directed with journalist Sebastian Junger the Oscar-nominated movie documentary Restrepo, which won a Sundance film festival award.

 

Chris Hondros: Scout Tufankjian

 

 

Hondros’ work for Getty Images receive war photography’s highest honor, the Robert Capa Gold Medal. Both photojournalists were brilliant at showing the “texture of war,” as Hetherington put it, a combination of active combat and sometimes-boring daily life. Hetherington’s interview video from November 2010 features highlights of his work and insights as a photographer.

 


 

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Reader Comments (1)

I am so excited to a student of NYIP. My best friend is Chris Hondros, we have been friends since 3rd grade and Chris really encouraged me to take my photography hobby futher. Thank you Chris, you will alway live within me and my photography.. I dedicate all my photographs to you my dear friend. Thank you for the encoragement you have installed into me in the past years. Rest in Peace and contuine to look down on me and guide me in Photograph.. Love your ole friend Tammy
July 23, 2011 | Unregistered CommenterTammy Poquette
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