When you think about it, it must be even more dangerous to be a photographer in those kind of situations than it would be to be a soldier or a rebel fighter. The soldiers/fighters have their attention fixed on where the danger is coming from, whereas the poor photographer must spend a lot of time with his/her eye to the viewfinder, looking for the next great action shot :frown:.
Scares me, just thinking about it. Still, those who can do it have my full respect.
Death is never really a thing to 'celebrate', but at least these two guys left some great work behind them for the rest of us to learn about the world from.