Patrick Farrell

October 26, 2010 § Leave a comment

This documentary displayed very shocking images. I really liked how Farrell told us about his experience and reaction to the images he captured. The tone of this documentary was serious as he described the tragedy this natural disaster left behind. These images conveyed pain and  emptinessnas these people were left with nothing but each other.   it was very interesting to hear that Farrell used his camera as a shield, and he doesn’t know how he did it. We can see hoe this project impacted his life and how he was able to separate from it all as he captured the images.

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