TIME magazine named “The Protester” as its “Person of the Year” last year. This behind-the-scenes video shows how photographer Peter Hapak traveled around to seven different countries to capture portraits of protestors for the story. The resulting photographs can be viewed here.
How TIME Magazine’s Portraits of Protestors Were Photographed
- Published on January 12, 2012 by Michael Zhang
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