iPhonography: Innovation in Documentary Storytelling
Aired On: Apr 18, 2013
Benjamin Lowy discusses the practice of shooting with a camera phone in both conflict zones and the United States.
Benjamin Lowy is an award-winning photographer based in New York City. He began his career covering the Iraq War in 2003. Since then, he has covered major stories worldwide. In 2004, Lowy attended the World Press Joop Swart Masterclass, he was named in Photo District News 30 and his images of Iraq were chosen by PDN as some of the most iconic of the 21st century.
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