Tag Archives: Documentary Photography

Bahurupi – Photo Story by Soumya Bandyopadhyay

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Bahurupi is a Bengali word, closest English word should be chameleon; meaning – something which changes its colors/textures often. It’s a dying art in West Bengal and only a handful of family still practices [...]

   



10 Most Intense & Painful Photo Stories

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In this post of ours, We have handpicked some of the most intense and painful photo stories. Please click on the photo to view full story. You have any photography story with you? Please [...]

   



Revolution – Student Power against Anarchism by Avinandan Sthanpati

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A couple of weeks ago, a girl was molested and her boy friend was mercilessly beaten up by some students of Jadavpur University, Kolkata. But strangely, no action was taken against the culprits. a [...]

   



Satyajit Ray talking about Henri Cartier-Bresson’s influence on him in his first film Pather Panchali

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Legendary director and the pioneer of Indian cinema Satyajit Ray speaks about Master photographer Henri Cartier Bresson, how he influenced on him in his first film Pather Panchali.  Ray speaks about each and every frame which brought [...]

   



Incredible Power of Photography – Respect to numerous photojournalists out there

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Everything about photography expressed and answered in this spectacular video. Get yourself answered for what makes a good photograph, why is photography so important when it comes to editorial and journalistic approach. Incredible photographs [...]

   



Baro Maa – Purely Emotional & Inspirational Photo Story by Joydeep Mukherjee

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This photo story is something on the lines of loneliness and the pain of getting old. Joydeep Mukherjee is a very passionate photographer who loves to capture the untold tales of human emotions. This [...]

   



This guy makes his dream happen through photography and its touching

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Huzzatul Mursalin is a passionate people & street photographer from Bangladesh. He loves to be called as Sopnochora because he confesses his act of stealing the dreams from nature and its people. For Huzzatul, photography is [...]

   



Very Intense & documentary style photography by Alain Boucheret

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The Pictures are in black and white, stark contrasts and exquisitely describing the strange world we live it. Perfect documentation of the lives of underprivileged and some patients suffering from the deadliest Alzheimer’s disease. [...]

   



Intimate & Untold Stories through Brilliant Portraits by J A Mortram

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Portraits with a deep word for emotions and pain. J A Mortram documents these stories from his small rural livelihood. These pictures tells us an intimate story of these affected individuals, their world and [...]

   



Moroccan Medinas – The Colours and Shadows of Life by Rachel Carbonell

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In the summer of 2003 I first visited Morocco. I remember it was so hot that I could not enjoy how deserves this fascinating country. Even my visit to the medina of Fez was [...]