Here are two can't miss posts from the PhotoPhilanthropy Blog: PhotoPhilanthropy interviews photographer, Josh Meltzer, about his ongoing projects. Josh won last yearâ€™s PhotoPhilanthropy Activist Award, and has some great insight as a photographer collaborating with a non-profit. If you are a photographer thinking about working with a non-profit, or a student looking to learn the ropes as a photojournalist, youÂ should definitely check out this video and listen to the wise words of Josh Meltzer. Khaled HasanÂ forÂ Save The Children
The story I focus on is about the hard work community of Jaflong, in northeastern Bangladesh. The Piyain River is the main feature and shows the natural beauty of Jaflong which flows from India through Bangladesh.
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