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  • ""I''m a firm believer that the more informed you are about the world around you, the more informed your images will be. I strive to fuse my past experiences in international relations with my work as a photojournalist."" . Photo by new PhotoShelter member Gulshan Khan (@gulshanii)
  • ""I use documentary photography to share the real stories of what charities and NGOs do, taking images of often overlooked moments which depict human nature, provide human connection and thereby encourage empathy and understanding. Its all too easy for people to have flyby visits to countries and communities, taking pictures along the way, feeling they are capturing the soul of the people and the place. I believe you can tell the difference in the images, when the photographer has taken the time to truly engage with their environment; by sitting, listening and observing. This is what I am truly passionate about."" . Photo by new PhotoShelter member Georgina Mary Garnett (@gmgarnettdocumentary)
  • Our latest guide is out in partnership with @pursuitofportraits! Get interviews with leading image buyers and photographers who help demystify licensing photos for social media use. Link in bio.
  • Slowly moving Pahoehoe lava from Kilauea Volcano on the Big island of Hawaii. Shot with a Canon camera and 24-105 lens. Photo by Douglas Peebles (@douglas.peebles)

""I''m a firm believer that the more informed you are about the world around you, the more informed your images will be. I strive to fuse my past experiences in international relations with my work as a photojournalist."" . Photo by new PhotoShelter member Gulshan Khan (@gulshanii)

""I use documentary photography to share the real stories of what charities and NGOs do, taking images of often overlooked moments which depict human nature, provide human connection and thereby encourage empathy and understanding. Its all too easy for people to have flyby visits to countries and communities, taking pictures along the way, feeling they are capturing the soul of the people and the place. I believe you can tell the difference in the images, when the photographer has taken the time to truly engage with their environment; by sitting, listening and observing. This is what I am truly passionate about."" . Photo by new PhotoShelter member Georgina Mary Garnett (@gmgarnettdocumentary)

Our latest guide is out in partnership with @pursuitofportraits! Get interviews with leading image buyers and photographers who help demystify licensing photos for social media use. Link in bio.

Slowly moving Pahoehoe lava from Kilauea Volcano on the Big island of Hawaii. Shot with a Canon camera and 24-105 lens. Photo by Douglas Peebles (@douglas.peebles)

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