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Debra Schoenberger

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My dad always carried a camera under the seat of his car and was constantly taking pictures. I think that his example, together with poring over National Geographic magazines as a child fuelled my curiosity for the world around me.

I also do a good deal of street photography, which is my true passion. Having a slightly off-kilter sense of humour helps keep me looking for the unusual. I believe that mentoring is important so I enjoy any opportunity to encourage and train new photographers.

I've since published four photo books and have had several images chosen by National Geographic as editor's favorites.


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Average rating: 4.46 · 65 ratings · 59 reviews · 4 distinct works
WALK WITH ME

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INDIA

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To Be a Child

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Montreal

4.40 avg rating — 10 ratings — published 2014
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“Another great luxury is letting myself cry - I always feel marvellously peaceful after that. But it is difficult to arrange times for it, as my face takes so long to recover; it isn't safe in the mornings if I am to look normal when I meet father at lunch, and the afternoons are no better, as Thomas is home by five. It would be all right in bed at night but such a waste, as that is my happiest time. Days when father goes over to read in the Scoatney library are good crying days.”
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