Exposing North Korea Through Secret Photography

Armed with a hidden shutter-release and travelling on a stranger's passport, photographer Nathalie Daoust explains the measures she took to capture the mysterious underbelly of North Korean society

“Unless you work with Associated Press, which has an office in Pyongyang, it is not possible to get into North Korea as a photographer, so I had to travel via China as a tourist.

The trip took months to organise, but I first did a research tour without taking any photographs. The second time, I went specifically to take the photographs and got in with someone else’s passport. I think you understand why I cannot go into further details about this.”

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