Pulitzer Prize winning photographer and author of It’s What I Do, Lindsey Addario, incorporates strong visual images in her novel to give strong emotional meaning to her stories. Not only are all her images she uses very impressive, but they are also extremely striking and powerful. It is not an everyday scene to see warzones, […]
In Part 3 of Lindsey Addario’s novel It’s What I Do, she mentions her many conflicts with being a female war photographer. One conflict that she mentions throughout the book, specifically on page 146, is the idea of making money from images of people who were so very desperate. She had spent countless years of […]
In Part II of Lindsey Addario’s novel, It’s What I Do, a scene that really caught my attention and stood out to me was a rather hostile scene and encounter Addario had with the Pakistani men, while she was there taking photographs. In the scene, which is found on pages 73 to 74, Addario is […]
On pages 62-64 in It’s What I Do, Addario tells the story of her grandmother’s missed chance at love to prove a point that passion will always overcome convenience. She explains how her grandmother described her relationship with a man named Sal to be very passionate, thrilling, and memorable. However, she ended things with Sal, […]
I have many versions of happiness, and that got me thinking about what I could possibly use in my passion blog. I am a very sentimental person, if you will, and I find myself telling others “I love you” more often than most people do. I think I have a different view of the word […]
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