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ESfotoperiodismo’s 2012 catalog is hot off the press
The official 2012 catalog of ESfotoperiodismo has finally been uploaded to their website, totaling 106 pages of breath-taking Central American photojournalism. Check it out!
Background: ESfotoperiodismo is a photojournalism festival that takes place every year in El Salvador’s capital city, supported by the Latitudes Foundation, the FIDES, and El Salvador’s Ministries of Culture and Foreign Affairs. The festival usually features the work of photojournalists from fellow Central American countries, such as Guatemala, Honduras and Nicaragua. 
Image: A Salvadoran wanders thourgh the streets of San Salvador, by Juan Carlos. Via ESfotoperiodismo.com

fjp-latinamerica:

ESfotoperiodismo’s 2012 catalog is hot off the press

The official 2012 catalog of ESfotoperiodismo has finally been uploaded to their website, totaling 106 pages of breath-taking Central American photojournalism. Check it out!

Background: ESfotoperiodismo is a photojournalism festival that takes place every year in El Salvador’s capital city, supported by the Latitudes Foundation, the FIDES, and El Salvador’s Ministries of Culture and Foreign Affairs. The festival usually features the work of photojournalists from fellow Central American countries, such as Guatemala, Honduras and Nicaragua. 

Image: A Salvadoran wanders thourgh the streets of San Salvador, by Juan Carlos. Via ESfotoperiodismo.com

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