Tag : Indian Street Photography

An Intimate Interview With Street Photographer Raj Sarkar By Arek Rataj

Raj is a member of Instreet Collective, one of the curators of APF Magazine street photography FB group, the founder of World Photographic Forum and a reviewer of camera gear. He facilitates several workshops on street photography all over India. He recently won Puskar Fair contest 2017. Statement: The camera…

Fish Harvesting – Photo Series By Indian Photographer Ritesh Roy Chowdhury

West Bengal, a state of India, is commonly known for agriculture since this place is considered to be rich in soil resources. Another important sector, branching from this, is ‘Fishing’. Here, fish cultivation is done in large scale and many varieties are exported to foreign land as well. There are…

Kushti: The Indian Traditional Wrestling – Photo Series By Dnyaneshwar Prakash Vaidya

Kushti (Indian Wrestling) is a popular game at Kolhapur. In this south-eastern Indian city, Kushti has a long tradition. It used to be supported by local maharajas. Some of the Kings were themselves, good wrestlers. This game flourished here during the reign of Shri Chatrapati Shahu Maharaj, the King of…

Travel Is The Best Remedy By Prashanth Swaminathan

Travel heals and remembering the travel is a life-long healing. Photography is how we hold back our travel memories. Here is a list of my photographs that helped me hold back the best moments of my life. My friends from our photography community is an integral part of my travel.…

An Intimate Interview With Street Photographer Swarat Ghosh By Arek Rataj

Swarat Ghosh is a Hyderabad based Street Photographer. He is a part of a street photography collective called “In-Street”. His work has been published in several national and international magazines including Washington Post Insight, Myburn Magazine, National Geographic Traveller and International Street Photographer. His work is exhibited in London, Paris,…

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