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TEDx: I'm Not "Shooting" anyone


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  •  As some of you may know I was fortunate enough to do another TEDx talk on TEDxWhiteCity stage some time ago and now the talk is online for you guys to watch it!

    The talk is about my view and intake on the future of photography as an international language, a language that ultimately will connect us all. Please feel free to share it with your friends and share your thoughts in the comments.

    If you want to see the full stories and images of the examples I gave in the talk just check out these links: The Eagle Hunters of Mongolia and The Miao Tribes. 

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    • Shula Machnes

      Shula Machnes

      Comment Link Wednesday, 28 May 2014 16:24

      Amazing photographer. Been at his lecture. Do not miss.

    • Jeanette Oalmer

      Jeanette Oalmer

      Comment Link Tuesday, 27 May 2014 15:24

      I will be showing this to my 7th grade English class in America and I am so glad I found you! My son is in Mongolia teaching English. YOu are amazing.

    • Iliana Takova

      Iliana Takova

      Comment Link Monday, 26 May 2014 14:24

      Asher, your story is enchanting, inspirational and absolutely beautiful! Little that you know you are a hero yourself. I wish you luck, and I can't wait to see where your next journey takes you!

    • Hadar Bashari

      Hadar Bashari

      Comment Link Sunday, 25 May 2014 13:24

      I discovered Mongolia for the first time ever thanks to the images that Asher took of the eagle hunters. That was the moment I fell in love with Mongolia, because of his photos. I was amazed. my heart dropped and I said to myself "I'm going to be there". so thank you Asher!! keep up the good work with making me want to go to amazing places.. smile emoticon

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