Tag : Female Photographer

Umbrellas: Inseparable Companions By Chanda Mathur

Umbrellas: Inseparable Companions By Chanda Mathur

This was my first personal project in terms of creating “series” before this I had taken infinite photographs but something about Umbrellas triggered me to create an exclusive series of them. I knew nothing about how vast the field of Photography is or what all are the prospects related to…

Beautiful Shimla In Black And White By Chanda Mathur

Beautiful Shimla In Black And White By Chanda Mathur

I put a lot of effort into planning every single photograph especially for my series in Black and White that I take up as Personal Projects. This is the series of Black and White Photographs which has been shot in my own town, Shimla in Himachal Pradesh, India. Shimla, which…

After Earth: Haunting Coastline Landscapes By Rachael Talibart

After Earth: Haunting Coastline Landscapes By Rachael Talibart

In this series, I wanted to capture a haunting yet strangely beguiling vision of coastlines deserted by humanity, apart from a few relics left behind. Wild, vast and empty, in these places Nature has all the agency and humans, despite all our ingenuity and aspirations, are long since forgotten. About…

Ghost In The Shell: Organic Objects Found At The Tideline By Rachael Talibart

Ghost In The Shell: Organic Objects Found At The Tideline By Rachael Talibart

These photographs are part of an ongoing series that explores the afterlife of organic objects found at the tideline. These objects are inanimate but once had a life: shells once housed molluscs and fragments of chalk were made from tiny marine creatures and the calcareous remains of algae. Using slow…

Mesmerising Glimpse Of Majuli: World’s Largest River Island By Christina Dimitrova

Mesmerizing Glimpse Of Majuli: World’s Largest River Island By Christina Dimitrova

There are many scenic spots in North East India that will truly amaze you and the peacefully picturesque riverine island of Majuli is one such place. Nestled between the mighty Brahmaputra River’s ever-shifting sandbanks, Majuli is the world’s largest deltaic island. Every monsoon, the roaring Brahmaputra takes great bites out…

Interview With Hungarian Photographer Agnes Mezosi

Interview With Hungarian Photographer Agnes Mezosi

Agnes Mezosi is a Hungarian photographer and her style of photography is constructivism, abstract, and minimalism. After a serious illness, she started looking for a form of self-realization. After many experiments, she found solace in photography when she was the age of 36. She plays with geometric forms, shapes, light,…

My Lockdown Diaries: Photo Series By Jayeeta Ghosh

My Lockdown Diaries: Photo Series By Jayeeta Ghosh

Covid19, a name that never existed before 2020, but not unfamiliar anymore. Back in March last year when the covid outbreak just started rearing I had to lock myself inside the home like millions of others. Me and my son, we started living a strange life filled with fear, anxiety,…

Photographer Anna Fantazj Loves Fairy Tales And Magic And These Photos Were Inspired By Them

Photographer Anna Fantazj Loves Fairy Tales And Magic And These Photos Were Inspired By Them

As little girls, most of us dreamed of moving to the magic world, being a princess and living in a castle, having animals, preferably lots of them, and having beautiful dresses and costumes. My photographs are mainly portraits of women in fairy tale stylings—with animals, in beautiful dresses and beautiful…

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