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Deborah Copaken Kogan, like many college grads, had the urge to get away for a while after finishing school. But she wasn't about to embark on an ordinary trip. Armed with a Nikon camera and the na´ve invincibility of youth, she set out on a four-year journey to see things most of us would choose to avoid. Her book, Shutterbabe: Adventures in Love and War, tells of her personal and professional experiences as a photojournalist, covering everything from skirmishes in Haiti to the fall of communism in Romania: a violent contrast to her relatively innocuous upbringing in suburban Maryland.

Interview: Deborah Copaken Kogan

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