摄影为青年患者提供了一种全新的癌症表达方式 分享到
Photography Frames Cancer in a Different Light for Young Patients 2018-06-0357914

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Student photographer Madeline Morales has had experiences most 15 year-olds have not. She has undergone chemotherapy and radiation.But today will be a unique kind of experience something most people will never have. It makes me feel excited, a little bit of nervous.A gallery show with Morales’s photos on display.These images reflect her journey while battling cancer.
学生摄影师玛德琳·莫拉莱斯经历了大多数15岁孩子没有的经历。她接受了化疗和放疗,但今天她将有一次绝大多数人永远都不会有的独特的经历。这让我感到兴奋,又点紧张。一个画廊将展出莫拉莱斯的照片。这些照片展示了她的抗癌历程。
I tried to look at things with a lot of light, a lot of what draws me to positivity; something that means love or happiness. I think with photography and having that faith of God has really helped me a lot and to staying positive and being motivated to want to keep fighting this disease .
我试着用光明,积极向上的态度来看待一切,像用爱和幸福的眼光。我认为摄影和对上帝的信仰真的对我帮助很大,它们让我保持积极,并被激励着继续与癌症做斗争。
Morales is one of 23 students sharing their experiences with cancer through photos at this gallery. They are graduates of the PABLOVE foundation’s SHUTTERBUGS advanced photography class.
有23名学生在这个画廊里通过照片分享他们的抗癌历程,莫拉莱斯是其中之一。他们是帕伯洛夫基金会的快门虫高级摄影班的毕业生。
Being in these classes with other people that completely understand their experience and can be a community with them has been really a packed full and has really made them feel a lot more comfortable and what they’ve been through and where they’re going with it.
在这些课程中,与其他完全了解自己经历的人在一起,并能与他们组成一个社区,这会让他们感到非常充实。也使他们对所经历的一切以及将要经历的感到更加舒适。
The PABLOVE SHUTTERBUGS program offers classes in eight cities across the United States.
帕伯洛夫基金会的快门虫项目在全美的八个城市提供课程
Proceeds from sales of these prints will go toward pediatric cancer research grants.
这些照片的销售收入将用于补助儿科癌症研究。
Hello my name is Bayu Lukman and I have some photos in this gallery. Most of my photo themes focused on hope. This is Bayu Lukman’s photo.This butterfly in a way how it flies, it kind of represents the feeling of optimism I’d say.
大家好,我叫巴尤·卢克曼,这个画廊有一些我的摄影作品,我的照片的主题是希望。这张是巴尤·卢克曼的作品。这一张记载了蝴蝶的飞翔,我想用它来展示一种积极向上的态度。
And optimism is needed when fighting cancer and the effects of chemotherapy and radiation says Lukman who was diagnosed with cancer when he was 10 years old.
卢克曼说,在与癌症、化疗和放疗的影响作斗争时,需要一种乐观的态度。卢克曼在10岁时被确诊患有癌症。
You kind of get really depressing, you don’t want to live anymore. You need stay in optimistic and pushed yourself through
你会真的很沮丧,甚至不想再活下去,所以你要保持乐观,逼自己坚持下去。
With photography many young students gain an identity that is not dictated by cancer.
通过摄影,许多年轻的学生获得了一种不受癌症支配的身份。
There’s more to us than just having cancer,that we have more of stories to tell besides cancer.We want people to see what we see even if it’s through the lens.
对我们来说除了癌症我们还有更多的故事要讲。我们希望人们看到我们所看到的,即使是通过镜头。
Problem helped me understand more about the struggles of cancer and has given me a small chance to actually assist in the world a bit with photography. I’d say to express my story and allow it to hopefully reach other kids so they can understand how to deal with it hopefully.
各种麻烦让我更多地了解了与癌症的斗争,也让我能够用摄影来给这个世界提供了微小的帮助,我表达我的故事,并让它有希望能够被其他孩子们接触到。这样他们就能明白怎样充满希望的抗癌。
To cope by not only using photography as an engaging distraction but also a tool to document their struggle with cancer and share their stories with the world.
摄影不仅是吸引人注意力的一种方式,还是记录他们抗癌过程的工具。通过摄影,他们与世界分享他们的故事。
Elizabeth Lee VOA news Los Angeles
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