As uncertainty and anxiety over coronavirus (COVID-19) continues to proliferate, media organizations have tasked a handful of freelance photographers to document the outbreak. The situation is even more perilous because unlike the sub-genres of war or nat
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As photography goes beyond a daily or even hourly exchange, it stops becoming a distraction from life; rather, it is life. “People are showing their lives not to create a document but as a part of living. If we were dogs we’d be peeing on fire hydrants. but instead we’re posting to Instagram and Facebook,” Mayes says.