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End Frame: Personal Views

October 22, 2012

© Mary Bowman

"I thought it was important to make a statement about Through Positive Eyes being in [Washington,] DC," says Mary Bowman.

Watching people “turning the burning light of photography on their lives for the first time” is “quite amazing,” says photographer Gideon Mendel, who has, with fellow photographer Crispin Hughes, been teaching HIV-positive people to use photography to tell their stories as part of the Through Positive Eyes initiative. But even for those participants who have previously shared in public their...

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