Photographing protests, censorship, and the photojournalist perspective feat. Andrew White | EP 189
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Do you need to censor people’s faces in your protest photos? We brought in photographer Andrew White – who has done extensive photojournalist work for publications like the New York Times – to share his perspective on censorship & the code of ethics that photographers in that space adhere too when documenting events. We think this can give you perspective when going out and capturing the history unfolding in your respective city!

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