'This is not the profession for someone who enjoys a routine. Truth be told some days are quite boring. Other days are amazing. Some days are filled with love. A few are terrifying and a significant number are mired in sadness, or tragedy. Some days are like a dream where you feel extremely lucky to be doing what you love. This job exposes one to the entire range of our humanity.'
Mario Tama discusses the daily experience of photojournalist, how he preps for an assignment, and the one story that he feels most connected to. Also, why he sometimes steps out of the digital world to tell stories using a tiny film camera. Read more on Lomography