I'm surprised the OP believes there is a dearth of photos flowing out of Iraq for all the world to see from all sorts of "shooters" revealing all aspects of society.

A more untold story, IMHO, is that of the 4 million displaced Iraqi refugees scattered around the ME - particularly in Syria and Jordan. There's a photojournalist story looking to be shot.

Not to mention the juxtaposition of the relatively peaceful Kurdish north of Iraq. Which just "motors away" toward de facto independence under watchful US eyes (provided they don't piss off Turkey by aligning with the PK) even as the Sunnis and Shiites slaughter each other down south.

And besides, isn't this whole war a 24/7 internet special?

Where's the need for this kind of film project in Iraq 2008?