Eros Hoagland has been to conflict zones in Iraq, Afghanistan and Haiti, but his current focus is Juarez, Mexico, the “murder capital of the world.” Drug violence in Juarez has left over 10,000 dead, and the drugs are still flowing. At a scene where three bodies were found, people bristle that Hoagland is taking pictures, and he’s sympathetic; his father, Newsweek photographer John Hoagland, was killed in El Salvador when Eros was a boy. At another grim locale, a man shot in his car slowly dies as bystanders watch. Hoagland’s photo captures the incongruity of the man’s body on the ground with police boots standing around him. It’s difficult work, but Hoagland says, “You can’t be too hung up on emotions or the work would suffer.” An HBO Production.