Tag Archives: Documentary & Photojournalism

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. [...]

   



30 Powerful Bangladeshi Portraits which teaches you life has two rules never quit

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Bangladesh is a land much known for its energetic younger breed and the new generation who doesn’t give up of anything. We wondered how beautiful would it be to gather some powerful portraits from [...]

   



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 [...]

   



Back to your school days – A Nostalgic Photostory by Sindhur Reddy

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The sight of classrooms alone can kindle unexplained emotions inside our hearts. This is such a nostalgic photo story dealt with a day meal program arranged by a NGO. Sindhur reddy has done perfect [...]

   



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 [...]

   



A Western Girl in India – Contrast Photo Story by Kishor Krishnamoorthi

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Most certainly an out of the box concept, Kishor Krishnamoothi is a travel & commercial photographer based in Hyderabad, India. His idea of photography has always been to capture the world around him with [...]

   



Hazra Dance: On the verge of extinction by Pronov Ghosh

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Hazra ance is almost on the verge of extinction in Bangladesh. According to tradition, in the rural areas Hazra dance was performed in mid-Baishakh (the first month of the Bengali calendar) just for entertainment [...]

   



Interview with Veteran Documentary Photographer Stephen Shames

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Stephen Shames is one of the most powerful names in documentary photography. Stephen is a veteran American photojournalist who has been with his camera for more than 45 years now. His work has most [...]

   



Most Passionate & Raw Photo Stories made on Humanity

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Its feel incredible to just think about how humanity has survived to rule this entire world over the period of time and at the same time it is an alarming thing to look at [...]

   



10 Amazing Photo Essays in Magnum In Motion – Part 1

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The idea behind photo essay’s are to evoke a series of emotions onto the onlooker. Often these essay’s show certain deep emotional stages or document a story. On the whole the objective is to [...]