I carry a Sony NEX-7 and an iphone5 when I travel nowadays. I approach each day with a plan to be open to everything and feel that communicating with the locals is the most important way to develop the reseached story I have in mind. In Haiti, it is not easy to candidly photograph people- it might be the pain of the past or perhaps a sort of 'broken pride' given the turmoil in this little country's recent history. There are so many difficult issues that the Haitian's now face; As the Western hemisphere's poorest nation, it was in trouble before the massive 2010 earthquake. Since then, many aid agencies rushed to help but the damage and destruction was so bad that it will take decades before the country rises to a level that we are accustomed to here in our 'developed' countries.
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