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Print Photography Magazine published & curated by India's very own @magnumphotos photographer, Raghu Rai. Get featured 馃憠 #creativeimagemagazine.
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Print Photography Magazine published & curated by India's very own @magnumphotos photographer, Raghu Rai. Get featured 馃憠 #creativeimagemagazine.
Magnum Photos (@magnumphotos) Associate Raghu Rai who photographed the spirit of Calcutta to Kolkata, is sharing with us his experiences which he had. As, the most awaited photographing experience with our mentor @rag@raghurai.official is back and If you want to have first hand experience with him then join our Creative Exploration with @raghurai.official to photograph the spirit of Kolkata in October. For further details check link in our bio. #Workshop #raghurai #magnumphotos #film #photography #Kolkata #ig_Calcutta
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The most awaited photographing experience with our mentor @rag@raghurai.official is back. Join our Creative Exploration with @raghurai.official to photograph the spirit of Kolkata in October. For further details check link in our bio.
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Introducing Vol 1 issue 5 of @creativeimagemagazine , which is based on the theme of 'The Wild World'! This issue showcases the many aspects of wildlife photography and aims to feature not only the beauty of it but also the perils it faces through the eyes of many photographers across the world. It features photographs from Nick Brandt's ambitious project in which he aims to showcase the challenges faced by the wildlife of East Africa in the face of today's industrial development minded world. This issue also includes Michael 'Nick' Nichols work on the 'Serengeti Lions' of Tanzania, Rajesh Bedi's journey as a wildlife photographer-conservationist, Steve Winter's photojournalistic view of the inhabitants of the wild world as well as a look into the recently concluded Matheran Green Festival. Presented also is a preview of Valmik Thapar's latest books chronicling India's wildlife along with a look back at the photographs of George Shiras III who is credited as being the first wildlife photographer.
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Introducing Vol 1 issue 5 of @creativeimagemagazine , which is based on the theme of 'The Wild World'! This issue showcases the many aspects of wildlife photography and aims to feature not only the beauty of it but also the perils it faces through the eyes of many photographers across the world. It features photographs from Nick Brandt's ambitious project in which he aims to showcase the challenges faced by the wildlife of East Africa in the face of today's industrial development minded world. This issue also includes Michael 'Nick' Nichols work on the 'Serengeti Lions' of Tanzania, Rajesh Bedi's journey as a wildlife photographer-conservationist, Steve Winter's photojournalistic view of the inhabitants of the wild world as well as a look into the recently concluded Matheran Green Festival. Presented also is a preview of Valmik Thapar's latest books chronicling India's wildlife along with a look back at the photographs of George Shiras III who is credited as being the first wildlife photographer. Photograph by Nick Brandt
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Introducing Vol 1 issue 5 of @creativeimagemagazine , which is based on the theme of 'The Wild World'! This issue showcases the many aspects of wildlife photography and aims to feature not only the beauty of it but also the perils it faces through the eyes of many photographers across the world. It features photographs from Nick Brandt's ambitious project in which he aims to showcase the challenges faced by the wildlife of East Africa in the face of today's industrial development minded world. This issue also includes Michael 'Nick' Nichols work on the 'Serengeti Lions' of Tanzania, Rajesh Bedi's journey as a wildlife photographer-conservationist, Steve Winter's photojournalistic view of the inhabitants of the wild world as well as a look into the recently concluded Matheran Green Festival. Presented also is a preview of Valmik Thapar's latest books chronicling India's wildlife along with a look back at the photographs of George Shiras III who is credited as being the first wildlife photographer. Photograph by Zsolt Kudich
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Introducing Vol 1 issue 4 of @creativeimagemagazine , which is based on the theme of 'Everdayness of Life'! This issue showcases the varied interpretations of daily life and the potential of the extraordinary within the mundane through the eyes of different photographers. It reacquaints our readers with the marvelous life and work of Magnum photographer Steve McCurry whose iconic image of women huddling under a tree in the face of a dust storm makes up the cover. This issue also showcases Jyoti Bhai's journey to document the fast disappearing rural and folk art of the country, festival walk on the Gujarat Photo Festival and Bitan Basu's documentation of the tragic Kolkata Flyover Crash, among a host of other articles. We also take a look at the latest book 'The Presidential Retreats of India' along with a photographic journey of the world of 1910s from the George Grantham Bain Collection.
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Introducing Vol 1 issue 4 of @creativeimagemagazine , which is based on the theme of 'Everdayness of Life'! This issue showcases the varied interpretations of daily life and the potential of the extraordinary within the mundane through the eyes of different photographers. It reacquaints our readers with the marvelous life and work of Magnum photographer Steve McCurry whose iconic image of women huddling under a tree in the face of a dust storm makes up the cover. This issue also showcases Jyoti Bhai's journey to document the fast disappearing rural and folk art of the country, festival walk on the Gujarat Photo Festival and Bitan Basu's documentation of the tragic Kolkata Flyover Crash, among a host of other articles. We also take a look at the latest book 'The Presidential Retreats of India' along with a photographic journey of the world of 1910s from the George Grantham Bain Collection.
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Introducing Vol 1 issue 4 of @creativeimagemagazine , which is based on the theme of 'Everdayness of Life'! This issue showcases the varied interpretations of daily life and the potential of the extraordinary within the mundane through the eyes of different photographers. It reacquaints our readers with the marvelous life and work of Magnum photographer Steve McCurry whose iconic image of women huddling under a tree in the face of a dust storm makes up the cover. This issue also showcases Jyoti Bhai's journey to document the fast disappearing rural and folk art of the country, festival walk on the Gujarat Photo Festival and Bitan Basu's documentation of the tragic Kolkata Flyover Crash, among a host of other articles. We also take a look at the latest book 'The Presidential Retreats of India' along with a photographic journey of the world of 1910s from the George Grantham Bain Collection. Photograph by mouhamed moustafa
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