Blue Hour Photo Workshops

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Daily Life in Bolivia

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During the Bolivian photo workshop in April the daily life of people living in the villages visited while on the road following in the tracks of Che Guevara was intimately captured. All aspects of the lives of dwellers in the villagers were portrayed sensibly by the participants, both behind private walls and in public spaces. Helene Bagger was one who particularly focused on children’s living conditions, although also photographing their adult environment. Her pictures are lowkey, very personal and direct. She approached her subject with compassion and thoughtfulness. The pictures by Helen Bagger as well as the other participants’ are all available in the beautiful book Bolivia 2013 published on Blurb, where it may be purchased or just viewed (the whole book is possible to preview).

Blue Hour Photo Workshops’ next workshop to Bolivia will take place October 21st to 28th 2013.

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[…] During the Bolivian photo workshop in April the daily life of people living in the villages visited while on the road following in the tracks of Che Guevara was intimately captured. Helene Bagger was one who particularly focused on children’s living conditions. She approached her subject with compassion and thoughtfulness. For more of her pictures have a look at site of Blue Hour Photo Workshops. […]

  Playamart – Zeebra Designs wrote @

Helene’s images are amazing! She has certainly captured the daily life, and her compassion seems to come through as well. Her images were taken with respect, which shows.

When I am home, I look forward to looking at the entire book from my good computer!

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  Daily Life in Bolivia | Home Far Away From Home wrote @

[…] During the Bolivian photo workshop in April the daily life of people living in the villages visitedsource […]

  elenacaravela wrote @

The above comment says everything that I want to say.


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