I completely understand doing whatever you can to save your gear. That stuff is not cheap and when it is what you use to pay the bills it might be worth taking a bodily injury to save it. With that said, I have never been trampled by a bull or wild cow before.
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It’s powerful, iconic and emotional. There is even something about the lighting that really works in this shot. I assume that it’s an on-camera flash bounced off of the ceiling, perhaps with a little dome diffuser on top. Nothing fancy but it works.
(via Washington Post)
This guy was a really amazing photographer and filmmaker. I highly recommend watching his film Restrepo which he filmed in the Korengal Valley of Afghanistan.
This type of work, photographing war, is so dangerous, depressing and beyond explanation. It takes very dedicated and selfless people to do the job.
Hetherington will go down in history as one of the great photographers of our time. -ZPS
"This self-portrait by Tim Hetherington was taken 11 days before his death on April 20, 2011. Hetherington and fellow photographer Chris Hondros were killed by Libyan forces in a mortar attack while covering the conflict in the besieged city of Misurata."