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How was the diary before the outbreak of the revolution

Elisha was in the third and twenty years of age when the revolution, when it began to take pictures on the front lines by the camera her mobile phone, to become later a photographer professional for the Reuters news agency the World is today named frequented one of the photographers  prominent Square Syrian Revolution.

Kelsa which began filming for Reuters in the name of an alias, Zain Karam, to predict the later pictures its real name, talked about her experience as a photographer balcony war.

Terrace: the beginning, how the diary before the outbreak of the revolution?

Noor Kelsa: I was like any other girl, I live a normal life, I follow the last year of a specialist in English literature, English language and study for fifth-grade students at a school in Aleppo. Beyond that, the diary routine.

Terrace: What inspired you as a girl in a conservative society to document pictures Revolution?

Kelsa: When the revolution began, and the free army arrived to Aleppo, I went to the liberated districts of the fact that our house is located in a neighborhood controlled by the regime's army. And you join the daily demonstrations, and my phone Osourha mobile, and publish it on my own Facebook, after they graduated from the city pictures do not reflect reality. Later, she moved to the front lines, where the army was fighting a battle against free system, and started filming my phone and Pass. At a crucial moment, I found myself living revolution and Otnevsha.

Terrace: How did you become a professional photographer you work for Reuters news agency?

Kelsa: I encountered in September 2011, I met a Reuters photographer, Gomas  in Aleppo, which we moved to the front lines. I speak fluent English, you translate him what to say. Warning I picked up my phone mobile images, including video clips, he asked me whether I want to work with Reuters. I found myself in front of a double opportunity. First working with WADA, and the second delivery is plucked from the realities of the world. After a week of accompany me to him, and closely watching how to capture images, left Syria, leaving me his cameras, imaging official told Reuters.

Terrace:'re the hard work, and in the heart of the revolution and the center of death and destruction. It is your support?

Kelsa: I have received since the beginning of the support of my family and my friends. For I have the day Bembarkihma in what I do. I consider it enough to continue my career.

Terrace: not afraid when you are in a heated fight points?

Kelsa: Never. Not lighter for a moment, because I felt that what I do is essential, especially in light of the media blackout to many aspects of the revolution. From the beginning, I thought that there are people dying in their homes, and if I have to face death in the street and on the front so be it. Faced death when I was on February 7 / February 2013 profits by shrapnel from an artillery shell and regime forces towards the destination neighborhood Sheikh Saeed in Aleppo, broke my foot but I'm healthy today. I lived for many perilous moments while  images on the fronts, and when the bombing aircraft and the fall of mortar shells and rockets tanks.

Terrace: pain Atnk the the the the follow-up imaging?

Kelsa: no. I always feel like I am falling short, despite all of what I do.

Terrace: in any places portrayed since began
 and even today?

Kelsa: the majority of my photos taken in Aleppo and the countryside, Idlib and the front lines. Tried to enter Homs, but I could not. I wish to press photographer was covering the second party to stand on what is happening on both sides. But that did not happen. And at present, most of my pictures and my time on the fronts.

Terrace: Are young women else

Kelsa: when imaging embarked on the fronts, I was the only girl in Aleppo, but later encouraged several girls and started shooting.

Terrace: When adopted, the beginning of a pseudonym to sign photos at Reuters?

Kelsa: Because there was not the others as a girl photographer, on the other hand in order to preserve the safety of my family who were still in the system areas. But after the danger has passed them, adopted my real name.

Terrace: What does it mean you publish your photos in newspapers around the world?

Kelsa: a lot. When you decide to photography, but out of curiosity to see what is happening in the liberated areas, and publish to the world sees what is happening amid a media blackout. Here My published. I wish they left the echo and actually conducted what is happening on the ground. I also hope they move the world to help citizens who are languishing under the weight of tragedy and need.

Terrace: What most influenced your images captured for the day?

Kelsa: filmed a lot of stories, but most influenced me the story of humanity and found myself  of the Turkish border down to one of the Syrian villages. I've encountered in a taxi on the border while an elderly Astoagaftna bear in her arms her grandson, the son of the ten days, Meta tags returned from Turkey after failing his medical treatment is available the moment he was born in Syria, and arrived in a hopeless condition to a Turkish hospital. This old man, and later my father Waleed, Simha me filming affecting moments during shrouded and farewell Vemoarath in the dirt.

Terrace: What conclusion that came out of these moments?

Kelsa: This story affected me when I saw the position of the parents, but touched Djahm. They lost their child because of the indirect results of the war, any shortage of medical personnel and equipment. Because of this shortage, did not write this baby a chance of life, and like many in Syria throwing the same fate. In this war, civilians are paying the price. So I wish that there is no way affected.

Terrace: How would you describe your life today?

Kelsa: Not what it was before the revolution. I've matured, my life radically different. My ambition was formerly my work progress and breeding generations of students, but today, Vohar I realize more than all that. I did not imagine days to get here, not even play a role in what happens.

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