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(Image credit: (Larry C. Price))

Larry C. Price has spent decades perfecting his documentary-style photography. He has traveled all over the world capturing a variety of decisive, often volatile moments, from the 1980 coup in Liberia — for which he won a Pulitzer — to child labor camps in the Philippines (pictured below), which he completed more recently.

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