Photographer Jimmy Nelson shares 7 of the most important lessons he has learned from photographing people around the world.


We are kicking off the week with another fantastic video by COOPH, this time, the team sat down with British photojournalist and photographer, Jimmy Nelson. In 2009 Jimmy embarked on a massive photographic project; Before they Pass Away. He travelled for 3 years to visit and photograph over 35 indigenous tribes around the world with a 50-year-old 3x5in camera. In this video, Jimmy shares some of his most intimate and fascinating stories and life lessons learned on his travels and the people he met along the way…

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