Monday, December 12, 2011
Eternal dilemama of a photojournalist
Taken from Blogs.Reuters.com
Desmond Boylan, whose tenure as the chief photographer in Reuters India office has left many good memories for the Indian photojournalists, faced the eternal dilemma of a photojournalist, perhaps for the nth time in his long and illustrious career. Posted in Cuba now, Boylan was driving his car when life threw a situation at him, and shooting the drama that unfolded before him was never on his mind. Obviously, the veteran photojournalist was busy saving a life. and how. Read the story in his own words...
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