What he said was this: “…The death of journalism is bad for society, but we’ll be better off with less photojournalism.
I won’t miss the self-important, self-congratulatory, hypocritical part of photojournalism at all. We created an industry where photography is like big-game hunting.
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Despite what fanatics in both Pakistan and the West would have us believe, the dominant tradition within Pakistani society is a tolerant, peaceful Sufistic based Islam.
Wherever I have travelled within the Islamic world it is the presence of Sufis that has reassured me and added to my knowledge of religion.
I have met many Sufis – often practising in secret – and my admiration of their practice is matched only by my hope that this will be the last outrage against all people who seek only to practice their religion peacefully as they see fit.But this is increasingly an industry running scared and my little rant is going to make no difference – especially to photographers that would sell their grandmother (or a few starving people in the Developing World) to work (for hire, for free, for a bad contract, just to see their work in print) and screw everyone else.Anyway, have a look at the Eugene Smith stuff, there’s some interesting pictures.💕 instagram.com/tv/B1wg LMb Ajfe/ pic.twitter.com/V8D06NXh Vu If @justjamiie can do this 👇, you can do anything.😎 In this week's episode of #You Got This, Jamie shares his guide to greatness, up now on our story.