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Six-year-old Kamar Hashem Mohammed Al-Nomane is an aspiring professional photographer, and he’s already off to a good start.
Kamar Hashem Mohammed Al NomaneAt age 6, Kamar is one of the youngest photographers in Iraq.
Zooming InMargaret Warner gets her picture taken by the boy wonder.
Taking AimKamar is an honorary member of the Iraqi Photographers Association and wants to be a professional photographer when he grows up. Photos by Larisa Epatko
Read more on “Portraits of Iraqis and Their Dreams.”
Larisa Epatko produced multimedia web features and broadcast reports with a focus on foreign affairs for the PBS NewsHour. She has reported in places such as Jordan, Pakistan, Iraq, Haiti, Sudan, Western Sahara, Guantanamo Bay, China, Vietnam, South Korea, Turkey, Germany and Ireland.
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