It’s a cop drama for lovers of photojournalism, or vice-versa. The American photographer Antonio Bolfo, represented by Reportage Getty Images, trailed a NYPD squad for two years to create a powerful series without traces of sensationalism. Bolfo accompanied officers on their patrols in the South Bronx housing projects, with the intention of giving a more nuanced view of law enforcement. “I wanted to show that they have a human face,” he said. “It’s a way to combat the stigma surrounding the police.”
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