Tag Archives: Bangladesh Photography

Survivors – The True Face of a Victim by Ken Hermann


Every year people in Bangladesh are disfigured beyond recognition by acid attacks. The victims are literally scarred for life. Award-winning photographer Ken Hermann and video journalist Tai Klan visited Bangladesh and returned with a [...]


Powerful People Photography by Nayeem Kalam


Stories in every face, emotions keeps boiling with these brilliant photographs by Nayeem Kalam from Chittagong, Bangladesh. Let us get to hear more from the photographer himself. Few words about Nayeem? I am Nayeem [...]


Enchanting Bangladesh – Most mindblowing Photographs


Some most admirable countryside photographs comes from this enchanting country. There is some splendid amount of variety and mass within various cultural aspects, which got to offer more than enough for the land rich [...]


Park Life – A Photo Documentary by Mohammad Rakibul Hasan


City parks are places for refreshment. People come here to seek solitude and breathe fresh air – indeed it gives urban people a sense of openness. With the rapid urbanization of Dhaka city, greenery [...]


Story Behind My Photographs by Mohammad Moniruzzaman


This is a fresh start to our new series, which we believe to enact well with some great photographers around the world. My photographs and most importantly the story behind the pictures will open [...]


The Spellbinders by Mohammad Moniruzzaman


‘The Spellbinders’ is a photography project aimed to document the rapidly diminishing rural circus of Bangladesh. Traditional circus troupes were one of the major attractions in rural fairs and festivals, once. The vivid colors, [...]


Inspiring People Photography Ata Mohammad Adnan


Ata Adnan is a Street & People Photographer from Bangladesh. Adnan’s pictures makes us feel every bit for his beautiful country and the soulfulness of some fantastic people who live there. These pictures show [...]


Inspiring People Photography by Pranabesh Das


The very feel of innocence from the people, enchanting colors and some scene of rural Bangladesh. The memoirs of childhood and some poetry with camera forms the world for Pranabesh Das. His Pictures doesn’t [...]


Bonded Labor – Photography By Shahadat Hossain


Documentary Project By: Shahadat Hossain Social norms and economic realities mean that child labor is widely accepted and very common in Bangladesh. Child labor is a visible part of everyday life in Bangladesh: young [...]


Inspiring Bangladeshi Photographers – Part 1


Bangladesh is a grand phenomenon in terms of natural beauty and for the versatile culture it has to provide for the people of Bangladesh and yeah the Photographers. After Independence, its been a sensational [...]