Jeremy Lock: Capturing War From the Front Lines
Not many of us know much about being in a war zone, much less working in one. Personally, I’ve been shot at by thugs in Nairobi and photographed in places I probably shouldn’t have been, trying to keep my cool (or at least look like I was), hoping the weeks of repeating camera basics would keep me clicking away in risky conditions when the rest of me wanted to crumble. I’ve lived to tell the tales but have always wondered how combat photographers do what they do.
I guess that’s why I’ve been drawn to veteran Air Force photographer Jeremy Lock’s work.
When I look at Jeremy’s visceral images of Iraq, Afghanistan, and other places, I’m right there with him. His photos