This is an unpublished work as of now -a part of my ongoing photo book project whose visualization began long back in 2014.
Tag Archives | black and white photography
This a documentary coverage of the lifestyle of people on a vacation in Digha, West Bengal.
A story portraying the formation of bricks in India.
The lights and shadows play with each other to create new paths at every turn. You walk on those paths without any care. There is an awkward silence.
The Japanese concept of harmony is a strong social element typically involving conforming to a social group which in the case of Halloween is demonstrated…
A reportage of the 2016 festival of worshiping Goddess Setala in the Month of February at Howrah District, West Bengal, India.
As we moved inside the big hall, there were stares all around. We could sense a feeling of anxiety and fear on the faces and people getting restless; we were
This city is dripping in life. It seems to ooze out of the cracks of the gorgeous, decrepit buildings that line the streets of Havana. Every turn provides a new
The Mayapuri district, located in the West of the city of New Delhi, is the industrial area with the highest concentration of vehicles and metals recycling centers of India.
My son and my wife and their endless attachment towards each other. It seems their world has confined to a small room and they enjoy each and every bit of
Journey in Tokyo is an urban wandering, an attempt to capture something of the soul Tokyoite. Walking for hours, sometimes until the exhaustion, in streets, alleys and others avenues of
Looking at Antigone Kourakou’s photographs, one fully perceives the suggestive range of photographic abstraction. Although there is scarce visual information that connects the pictures with the real scenes, the situations,
Traffic, tailbacks, people. That’s how we usually picture Dhaka. Structures, buildings just rambling upwards. Streets of not so fine quality reeking of garbage and wastes of who-knows-what.
I find the fog and trees the essence of nature. Trees are watching, the fog hides to protect. I looked for a place where these two elements you encounter, and