Finest Picture Tales On Black Lives Matter, COVID, Opioids, And Syria


It was another week of deadly and devastating gun violence in America. In light of the repeated mass shootings and killing of people on the street by police, we watched the protests against Black Lives Matter that followed the death of Daunte Wright and the release of videos of the 13 year old police murder on March 29th resumed across the country -old Adam Toledo. The footage showed that the seventh grader had his hands up when an officer fatally shot him.

We also examined British Columbia’s forgotten opioid crisis, the dire conditions immigrants continue to face at the U.S. border, the first three months of the Biden administration, and Susana Vera’s photos of people struggling to lift the fog of long COVID .

In lighter news, Polaroid announced the return of their circular frame, divers who practice blackwater photography are helping marine researchers gain new insights into fish larvae, and we have given a very important glimpse into the early morning fashion trends that you may see again Roads today.

Last but not least, Ivor Prickett spoke to LensCulture about photographing Iraq and Syria and the end of the so-called IS caliphate.

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