Yup, it’s more powerful than you know!

This is a huge week for all of us at Cameras4Change. This Saturday November 30th we are running our second annual Vancouver event WALKING IN THEIR SHOES to fund raise for 2014. We are also hosting a similar event in Calgary on Dec 5th, the events are being held at the fashionable and funky Fluevog stores in both cities. The event anticipation is building and it will be exciting to see what the next year will bring! It is a huge amount of work but we already have a great turnout registered for Vancouver and lots of support from old and new friends.

We are also in the final couple of weeks of the IndieGoGo campaign to fund the post production of our Doc Film “Weta Pichu (Our Picture)”. This little doc is very powerful, and we are super proud of it and everyone involved. We have been releasing some new clips here and there, but today’s clip is super special, and I want to share it here on our blog as it speaks 100% about the capacity that photography has to make others think in a new way, which is really the essence of what we want to offer at Cameras4Change. Here is the clip of Imgaard, an intern at Heshima Kenya the time we were filming in Nairobi. We could not have asked for anyone better to be with us and talk about photography and what it means to her!

<p><a href=”http://vimeo.com/79843461″>Imgard</a> from <a href=”http://vimeo.com/user21487644″>Weta Pichu</a> on <a href=”https://vimeo.com”>Vimeo</a>.</p>

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