In the largest Syrian refugee camp—two supermarkets opened this week—Agnès Montanari, a French photographer living in Baghdad, asked a group of teenagers to photograph their daily lives, which they did, and with a frequently fine sense of framing and lighting. They had the chance to play, but seriously, at being photographers.
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