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    The Devil in the Viewfinder is an exhibition idea and accompanying editorial piece that looks at war photographs and the stories behind them.
The Devil in the Viewfinder        
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"There is something I call “the devil in the viewfinder”, it is the fact that the viewfinder tends to shield you from reality, it makes you inhuman and disconnected. Many war-famine photographers say that at some point they have to put down the camera to breathe in what is happening in front of them. Natchwey seems connected to what is in front of his lens and not detached."
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