There are times to remain silent.
And then there are times to speak out loud.
In this episode of The Photography Roundtable Podcast we talk about photography conservation efforts that should be taken by photographers to preserve our careers and the places we love most. It’s not a difficult issue to tackle, but in an age that frowns upon confrontation it can be scary.
However, if you care anything about photography, I think you should speak up.
At no point in history have photographers had more responsibility than right now.
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