Every day, the professional photographers exhibited at Visa pour l’Image give us the background of their work. How they managed to convince their interlocutors to place themselves in the right place and to trigger their device at the right time. Third episode with Sanne Derks. Finding the right scene: Photojournalist Sanne Derks has found herself in Cuba searching for the leaking drinking water that the population is sorely lacking. Her work highlights the deterioration of the archaic pipes. She tells us how she found this amazing scene. “This photo illustrates how I operate. Sometimes I’m in new places and don’t...
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