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Jan122015

Daniel Berehulak discusses covering the Ebola Crisis

Photojournalist Daniel Berehulak on covering Ebola at Fovea Exhibitions

 Fovea Exhibitions presents photojournalist Daniel Berehulak in a rare talk about his process and the challenges in covering the Ebola crisis as a portrait series shot for the New York Times. Berehulak discusses how he created a temporary photographic studio in an Ebola camp in rural Liberia, how was required to seal off every part of his body before venturing into the high-risk areas, and a first person account of his interaction with the Ebola workers, survivors, and Liberian people. Berehulak is an award-winning photojournalist based between Barcelona, Spain and New Delhi, India, and spent 6 weeks covering this story. The exhibit features striking black and white photographic portraits and interviews of workers and survivors of the epidemic in a clinic. The exhibit was view at Hudson Beach Glass in Beacon, New York, Jan- Feb 2015.

Thank you to the Volunteer team of Fovea and especially to J.P. Pacquing, who filmed this event.

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    Response: papertrolling
    Daniel Berehulak is a enthusiastic photo journalist.he done his incredible work on Ebola crises in different countries like India,Spain,and New York .he covers a story in six weeks hard work. Fovea Exhibitions helps him to exhibit his vision to the world.he cored the story line on Ebola crises and the survivors ...

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