We all know TED talks are an excellent source for some great talks by the world’s smartest, and most innovative, artists, scientists, and politicians. So it was no surprise that I found this, tucked deep within TED’s brillance. Although it’s a bit old, the point behind the video is still valuable.
In it, the former photo director for National Geographic, David Griffin talks about how conscience and empathy fuels photojournalism and explains that all great photographs connect us through the stories behind them. Telling us to stop and embrace those moments that have to be captured, fulfilled without regret.
Good advice, no doubt, now go. See the TED Talk here.