Tag : Documentary & Photojournalism

Modern Nomads: Amazing Photo Series By Callie Eh

Modern Nomads: Amazing Photo Series By Callie Eh

Mongolia is a landlocked country located between China and Russia. It is a vast emptiness that links land and sky and is one of the last few places on the planet where nomadic life is still a living tradition. Mongolia may have various geopolitical, cultural, and geographical meanings. Mongolia consists…

Waiting For The Last Wave: Photo Series By Moniruzzman Sazal

Waiting For The Last Wave: Photo Series By Moniruzzman Sazal

Bangladesh is one of the countries most likely to suffer adverse impacts from anthropogenic climate change. Threats include sea level rise, floods, and cyclones (approximately 130,000 people were killed in the cyclone of April 1990). The impacts of climate change will only exacerbate the problems already facing the population. Climate…

Interview With Hungarian Photographer Krisztian Kiszely

Interview With Hungarian Photographer Krisztian Kiszely

Photographer Krisztian Kiszely was born in Debrecen, Hungary, he graduated from the University of Art and Design, Budapest. He is a Graphic Artist, Designer, Teacher, Applied Photographer, and Creative Director. He simply fell in photography and he wants to express life through photography. Thanks, Krisztian for accepting our invite. Please…

The Port Of Santos, Brazil: Photo Series By Renato Stockler

The Port Of Santos, Brazil: Photo Series By Renato Stockler

Brazil is the fifth largest country in the world in territorial extension, with 8,514,876 km2. The country has a 7,367 km coastline, bathed in the east by the Atlantic Ocean. The contour of the Brazilian coast increases to 9,200 km if the projections and indentations of the coast are considered.…

Meet The Forest Growers Of Mata Atlântica By Renato Stockler

Meet The Forest Growers Of Mata Atlântica By Renato Stockler

The Atlantic Forest, known locally as Mata Atlântica, is Brazil’s richest and most threatened forest land. At the Mantiqueira Mountains (Serra da Mantiqueira), not far from the country’s largest urban centres, some are leading by example and getting their hands dirty to restore the past and sow the seeds of…

Destruction Of Coastal West Bengal Due To Fequent Cyclones Caused By Global Warming

Destruction Of Coastal West Bengal Due To Frequent Cyclones Caused By Global Warming By Jit Chattopadhyay

A few days ago, cyclone Amphan swept over Bengal. Last year, cyclones ‘Fani’ and ‘Bulbul’ also hit West Bengal. Bengal has never seen such frequent cyclones in the history of the last few decades. Various parts of the country are in a state of devastation due to successive cyclones. Especially…

Ghana After Midnight: Stunning Photo Series By Denis Vejas

Ghana After Midnight: Stunning Photo Series By Denis Vejas

Denis Vejas (1986 Lithuania) is a Vilnius-based visual storyteller and hardcore traveler. A big part of his work has been done in nomadic settings, living the experiences that the road brings. As a photographer and a traveler, he always felt attracted by the things happening on the peripheries of the…

Photography videos

10 Interesting Videos You Will Definitely Love It!

There are millions of acquaintances inspiring us almost every second in this beautiful mighty world filled with knowledge and sources of it. Be it a Song, a wonderful story or a beautiful documentary there remains something which will be unknown, unseen, and surprising in every bit of it. Take a…

Personal Best: Garima Agarwal

My Personal Best: Indian Documentary Photographer Garima Agarwal

Garima Agarwal is a Documentary Photographer working independently and is based in Delhi, India. The majority of her work revolves around the cultural and environmental conditions of different sections of society. Within the span of 5 years, she has traveled over 100 cities in India and Nepal. She has extensively…

An Amazonian Story: Xingu - Indigenous Territory By Renato Stockler

An Amazonian Story: Xingu – Indigenous Territory By Renato Stockler

Introduction In late November 2018, a friend journalist Clarissa Beretz invited me to a non-commissioned project. She had obtained air tickets to travel and accompany the meeting of the indigenous peoples of Mato Grosso. The meeting took place during the last week of November 2018 at the Xingu Indigenous Park,…

Political Devotion By Kaushik Dutta

Political Devotion By Kaushik Dutta

People in India, find it important to participate in the different chapters of the political arena, where an apparent mode of democratic value is preached and emphasized throughout. There lies the confluence of passion and impulse. There lies their Pathetic Fallacy in politics. India is not a land of a…

The Last Savings By Mohammad Rakibul Hasan

The Last Savings: Photo Story By Mohammad Rakibul Hasan

The world is at risk of widespread famines caused by the coronavirus pandemic. The impact of the global economic devastation caused by Covid-19 has already declared as the worst humanitarian catastrophe since the Second World War. The number suffering from hunger could go from 135 million to more than 250…

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