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I like traveling and one of the things I enjoy doing when I travel is to wander around (sometimes aimlessly) and shoot whatever catches my eyes. During my visit to Japan about 2 months ago, I used the Fuji X10 as my walkabout camera.
Cockfights are a regular feature of temple ceremonies – a combination of sacrifices, sport and gambling. Men keep fighting cock as prized pets, carefully grooming and preparing them for their brief moment of glory or defeat.
With the same ruthless skill that it keeps its population in check and its enemies at bay, North Korea also keeps journalists in the dark. But another sketch of the country can be made from the outside, by tracing the contours of its borders.
Pokrovka is a remote village in Novosibirsk, Russia. It is lost amidst the huge and mostly uninhabited territories of Siberia. I came to know of its existence many years ago because one of my friends grew up there, only to leave it forever at the age of seventeen.
‘Magnum is, for better or worse, the result of a number of people getting together saying we believe in something which is to record the human condition as compassionately as we can.’ Philip Jones Griffith.
Tuberculosis is one of the most life threatening diseases infecting millions of people globally. A disease that has been an issue since pre-war and up to the present time.
“Omni Polis” by Shogo Yamada and “Manila” by Jun Abe are the latest offerings by Osaka-based publishing company Vacuum Press. From what I gather, Vacuum Press is owned and run by a collective of 4 photographers (Shunji Dodo, Jun Abe, Shogo Yamada, and Yasuko Noguchi) who set up the company to publish their own work.
Spurred by the recent ‘100 Most influential photographers of all time’ list, we were curious as to who our fans and audience thought were the most influential Asian photographers.
At The Metro is a collection of images that I gathered from almost three years of photographing the streets. These are fragments, bits and pieces, things that i believe represent me as an individual and the very society I live in.
1. Understand that a photographer is known for what he shows, not what he shoots. Learn to edit, learn to appreciate appropriate sequencing of your images. 2. Build your portfolio. It’s your calling card and medal of honor. 3. Criticize your own work more so than others. Good photographers learn and get better from criticism […]
Measuring at a modest 8.5 X 7 inches, Ed Panar’s Animals That Saw Me: Volume One is not a big photo book. However, it would be an injustice to judge this work by its physical dimensions.
The Idea of Kashmir in an average Indian’s mind is that of a paradise laid waste by the ill intentions and actions of unscrupulous individuals backed by a foreign power and supported by a section of the local population.
Indonesian sharia police are “morally rehabilitating” more than 60 young punk rock fans in Aceh province on Sumatra island, saying the youths are tarnishing the province’s image.
Last month, I went to Yokohama, Japan for a wedding shoot after which I extended my trip by an extra 2 nights in Tokyo. One of the things I try to do when I travel is to find out if there are any noteworthy photography exhibitions taking place during the time of my visit.