Recently, the New York Times lost a rising female photographer in the Central African Republic during violent conflicts in the area. Camille Lepage bravely documented African conflict for the paper for years, putting her life on the line to witness and photograph the political turmoil. Her coworkers claimed her work was becoming progressively more effective and strong, evidenced by photos like this photo, taken in November 2013. Camille was 26 and an aspiring full time photojournalism. Her bravery is admirable and our thoughts and prayers go out to her family and friends.
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