Photography can be an incredibly powerful tool to communicate and raise awareness about international development, humanitarian and social issues. But can we always assume that photography will do good? Or even more importantly, how can we ensure it does no harm?
Despite our best intentions to document these issues accurately, how we see and what images we take are highly subjective processes. Savannah will share her insights about how photo ethics can help us be more conscious about the choices we make, and how her own Anthropology background shaped her thinking on the topic.