Photographs That Exposed The Dark Side Of Humanity.

“A great photograph is one that fully expresses what one feels, in the deepest sense, about what is being photographed.” 
 Ansel Adams

Is a picture really worth a thousand words??? Presenting below the pictures which proves that “The Earth is Art, The Photographer is only a Witness”

 

  1.  Uganda by Mike Wells

photos_change_world_08Taken by Mike wells, shows us the hand of an Ugandan Boy holded by a missionary. This image strikes us a reminder about the disparity in this world.

 

2. 9/11 The Falling Man by Richard Drew

9 11Taken by Richard Drew, a Photojournalist with associated press. During the September 11 attacks in ney work city. The jumper was never identified then. Many people were forced to jump out from the windows to avoid smoke and fire.

 

3. White Colored by Elliott Erwitt

photos_change_world_14Taken by Elliot Erwitt. Symbolises the apartheid in africa, the discrimination they faced against the oddness.

 

4. Burning Monk by Malcolm W. Browne

photos_change_world_18This Picture of a Monk Thich Quang Duc, who allegedly burnt himself down. It was due to the rising rivalry between catholics and buddhists in the vietnam. The Monk didnt even move, he remained absolutely still even while burning.

 

5. Child Crawling by Kevin Carter

photos_change_world_03Taken by the award winning south african Photojournalist Kevin Carter. This Picture was taken at a local feeding center in Sudan. He was at the receiving end of harsh criticism’s for not helping the child.

He later committed suicide in great depression, his suicidal note read like ” I am depressed … without phone … money for rent … money for child support … money for debts … money!!! … I am haunted by the vivid memories of killings and corpses and anger and pain … of starving or wounded children, of trigger-happy madmen, often police, of killer executioners … I have gone to join Ken [recently deceased colleague Ken Oosterbroek]if I am that lucky.”

 

6. Defending the Barricade by Oded Balilty

photos_change_world_07Taken bu Oded Balilty. This moving picture winner of pulitzer prize shows us the heroic moment of this woman fighting against those militia.

 

7. Tiananmen Square 1989 by Stuart Franklin

photos_change_world_21Taken by Stuart Franklin of Magnum Photos. This Picture shows a Man who was seen dancing infront of the tankers. At first the photographer himself didnt believe it to be so iconic, then later it became one of it.

 

8. Wait for Me, Daddy by Claude P. Dettloff

photos_change_world_27Taken by Claude P. Dettloff. Titled as Wait for me Daddy, is more than an emotional statement on the conditions of war. This kid was seen running away from his mother to his father, Private Jack Bernard. This Picture was made to drive war bonding.

 

9. The Corpse of Che Guevara by Freddy Alborta

photos_change_world_24Taken by Freddy Alborta. The Man of revolutionaires “Che” Guevera. This picture has a striking similarity to the one of Jesus from the cross. This Picture also made the people to adopt the slogan “Che Lives”

 

10. Bhopal Gas Tragedy by Raghu Rai

photos_change_world_15Taken by Raghu Rai, a Indian Photojournalist, who was asked to join by Henri-cartier-Bresson. This Picture was made on the Chemical Disaster in Bhopal during 1984. He even did exhibit the pictures to support the survivors of the disaster.

 

11. Hans Conrad Schumann jumping into West Berlin by Peter Leibing

photos_change_world_11Taken by Conrad Schumann. This picture was later added to the UNESCO world programme as a memento for documenting the fall of Berlin Wall.

 

12. Syrian Migrant Crisis by Nilufer Demir

migrant-child-dead-beach-turkeyYoung boy found lying face-down on a beach near Turkish resort of Bodrum was one of at least 12 Syrians who drowned attempting to reach Greece. The boy was 3-year-old Aylan Kurdi, a child from a largely Kurdish-dominated region in northern Syria. His 5-year-old brother also reportedly died on the same boat.

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