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I am inspired to be a photographer, photography is a tool and shooting is a way of expressing my thoughts , but when I began my journey there were many who inspired me to shoot and there are pictures which I can see and have a "visual orgasm" in the words of Phillips Jones Griffith.

So please link this discussion with images and photographers who inspired you... also mention why?

Tags: Inspiration, Photography, Photojournalist

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For me photography is to tell a story, that is how I was taught, One of my first inspiration was James Nachtwey though I have never covered war, what attracts me is the simplicity of the execution of the frame, certain pictures disturb me and makes me take an action, precisely the motto of a photojournalist covering war... the most moving frame for me...

u're so right.. war photography tests the limits of the journalist's sensibilities.. what he sees is what the world will see.. an immense responsibility.. whcih makes it so important a job.. profound, really.

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