Camera/Iraq is a project by Carleton College's Cinema & Media Studies Department to gather news and commentary about public and personal photographic image practices associated with the War of Images in the Middle East. The site is a clearinghouse for thoughtful discussion rather than a locus of invective. We welcome links, articles, commentary or images from visitors. While the site provides links to many disturbing images, it does not offer direct links to the most extreme images. Instead, you'll find text references that require deliberate searching. Each of us must determine for ourselves which images we want resident in our heads, and to what purpose. We do not believe that everyone needs to see the most extreme images in order to understand the horror of war. On the other hand, we are convinced that citizenship is best served when all images are available, since often to witness is to be transformed. Scan latest news below. Search by topic or category on the left.