Quote of the Day:

Daniel Berehulak

  • We don't do this kind of work for awards or to be recognised. We do this to share stories with the world.
  • For us, there is no such thing as failure. You can't miss a deadline; you can't come up short on an assignment. You have to perform, period.
  • It doesn't matter whether you're guilty or not in Rodrigo Duterte's Philippines.
  • I'm trying to grow more as a journalist and understand the story I'm photographing in order to communicate it in a better way.
  • I'm still learning and I'm still growing as a photographer.
  • The Japanese people have a strong connection with nature and the ocean and a huge respect for them.
  • I have worked in 60 countries, covered wars in Iraq and Afghanistan, and spent much of 2014 living inside West Africa's Ebola zone, a place gripped by fear and death.
  • I had no idea how I wanted to get into photography, but I just knew I wanted to do it.
  • I suppose there is nothing regular about my life.
  • My first assignment was 12 weeks in Afghanistan. After that, I covered the Indian election for two months. Then I got a phone call saying, 'Hey, we want you in Brazil,' and the same happened for Somalia.