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How far to go? Photographers divided over graphic war snaps

How far to go in terms of gore and shock value when covering conflict? Capturing violence on camera was hotly debated on the fringes of Bayeux, a major French photography festival. Seasoned photographers discussed where to draw the line at an event Friday on the fringes of the Bayeux Calvados festival, whose main prizes are set to be awarded later Saturday. "How do you want people to accept refugees in Europe if you don't show them the violence from which the migrants are fleeing?" said Indian photographer Sami Siva who has covered unrest and post-conflict issues in Turkey, Afghanistan, Sri Lanka and India.
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