Breakout Photo Essay of the Year: Lisa Wiltse’s Charcoal Kids of Ulingan

November 19, 2012

By Kris Wilton

© Lisa Wiltse

 Boys sit atop a rusty tank and jump into the polluted Pasig River.

Understanding how and why certain photographers and certain bodies of work manage to stick in our collective consciousness is a challenge in today’s what’s-next culture. Photographers now have more ways to get their work seen, but it’s also harder than ever to know what kind of exposure is most likely to help them achieve their goals. So what makes a...

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