Frank Van Riper on Photography. Manipulating Truth, Losing Credibility. By Frank Van Riper Special to Camera Works. It is a sad but unforgivable case coming in the midst of a sad but unavoidable war.
Balqees was 17 months old when the U.S. invaded Iraq. She does not have any memories of her country before the war; the ebb and flow of violence was the backdrop to her childhood. “We could hear bombings and gunfire, sometimes the whole sky would go dark with smoke,” she said.
Photo Essay: The War is Still Alive Fatemeh Behboudi. Iran. Three decades have passed since the end of the Iran-Iraq war, but many mothers are still waiting for the return of the remains of lost sons who perished during the war.
The War in Iraq: Noble Mission or Brutal Evil? TABLE OF CONTENTS PART 1:. During this essay, I’d like to explore the methods used by the media (in this case, visual. Image B tells us to “End the war in Iraq NOW”, a clear demand with no room for disagreement. 3. Photo Manipulation a.
The war with Iraq was not Khomeini's fault By Nima Kasraie. Jaguar of the sky My uncle flew that thing By Babak Peyvandi December 25, 2001. Can't forget or forgive War scars: Photo essay By Farid December 6, 2001. Still feeling the war Khorramshahr, Ababdan and Ahvaz 11 years after the Iran-Iraq war.
Casualty Pictures from the 2003 invasion of Iraq. According to Scoop, US troops in Iraq and Afghanistan have posted on the Internet several hundred photographs of mutilated corpses from the real war in exchange for free on- line pornography. A young man killed in the Iraq war. A young Iraqi boy murdered then left to rot on the rocks.
Photo Essays NOW goes inside the. a photo essay. The Face of War. Images from Iraq, a photo essay. The End of Polio.. Artist Jonathan Green narrates a photo essay about his art and home.
The war on Iraq was launched on March 19, 2003 to remove Saddam regime and to benefit from Iraq oil. US administration also claimed that it wants to dissemination freedom and democracy in the Middle East area. Before the war, the governments of the U.S. and the UK claimed that Iraq’s alleged possession of weapons of mass destruction posed an.