Comments on: Shooting to kill What makes a great picture? Thu, 18 Aug 2016 11:13:37 +0000 hourly 1 By: cirrus7 Sat, 17 Sep 2011 22:00:51 +0000 Adrees explains the chaos and the sudden gunfire that he was able to zoom in on. No idea who he was photographing or his fate until later. 7/the-story-behind-the-pictures/

By: Iulian Mon, 19 May 2008 18:14:12 +0000 This means a Real Journalist…

By: HOM Sun, 21 Oct 2007 08:14:18 +0000 Kenji San,

I light the candles every night and pray for all those who sacrificed their lives for freedom and for supporting that fight, including you.
I have made up my mind to fight suppression against pro democracy and YOUR LIVES MAY NOT BE WASTED FOR NOTHING.

May your soul rest in peace.

By: Holly D. Sun, 21 Oct 2007 07:02:36 +0000 Armed with a loaded camera. Armed with a loaded rifle. Pointing a lens. Pointing a barrel. Shooting.

By: pikki Sat, 20 Oct 2007 10:21:20 +0000 What is the world happening now??? …getting worst and worst…Affect to population, environments and economy around the world. People who have power want to control the world become corruption…Look at now what is going on!!!
God where is peace???

Why not just be peace and quite why? Why?
The world not long to stay beautiful anymore…will end up…not long to go…so sad

What about this?
Power, Corruption, economy, population, environments, many religion, democracy and communist doesn’t matter. Should not be like this in the beautiful world.

Solder Myanmar-governments. Why so so cruel …Life has just one life only, must think of this more. If you are in this situation, wonder how do you feel?

I(Pikki)so proud of you Kenji-San. You done your job and end of your job.
Kenji’s family please be proud of him.

Kenji Nagai-San, God bless you and may peace be with you. Be at peace.

Pikki (Pikkinu)

By: Shamsul Ismin Wed, 10 Oct 2007 03:42:05 +0000 My condolences to Kenji Nagai’s family.

By: Khin Ko Ko Ko Wed, 03 Oct 2007 12:51:52 +0000 Japanese life is not cheap. A bullet is cheap. Myanmar life is cheaper. Thatmadaw (Myanmar army) may be a type of parasitic alien that born to eat its nation.

By: prabhat singh Sat, 29 Sep 2007 11:30:30 +0000 Mr Kenji Nagai was shooting to reveal truth and the soldiers to supress it. Truth has the tradition of taking lives and the rulers of barbarism. It’s shame to humanity what is going on in Myamaar. My condolences to the family of Mr Nagai.

By: Robert M Blevins Sat, 29 Sep 2007 10:00:59 +0000 A sad and stunning picture, indeed. He died doing what he wanted, and in the end, he said more about his life and the dedication he had to his work with that one picture than all the photographs he ever took personally…

Robert M Blevins

By: Vinh Sat, 29 Sep 2007 08:43:06 +0000 I would like to disagree with Tina on the oil. Burma has substantial oil reserves along with large reserves of natural gas that are now being tapped into by French oil company Total along with PTTEP (Thai owned company).
But she is right about the U.S. staying out of this one. This oil will flow to China, Thailand and India but not to the U.S. Would anyone care to take a guess which two countries on the U.N. Security Council haven’t been receptive to more substantial sanctions to the Burmese junta?
Let us hope that the democracy movement will succeed in Burma. For the death of Kenji Nagai along with the many other Burmese who have died won’t be in vain.