Portraits from a trip to India

Not speaking the language of the country, our driver/guide Gopal Kumar speaking French, English and Hindi, helped us a lot to establish contact between the different people especially outside the big cities. Once the contact is establish, the Indians are very warm and are very happy to be photographed. It is necessary to know that most of them come to us to make selfies, together, with their telephone.
by Patrick Hanez

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Portraits from a trip to India
more in Shades of Color Magazine

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Indian Photography Festival – Hyderabad 2018

The Indian Photography Festival (IPF) – Hyderabad, a Not-For-Profit initiative of Light Craft Foundation, is an international photography festival, showcasing a wide range of photography from India and around the globe with a series of events, including talks and discussions, portfolio reviews, book launches, screenings, workshops etc.

The IPF creates a platform for the professional and aspiring photographers, the photography lovers and the public where the festival promotes the art of photography at the same time address the social issues through the medium of photography. The IPF 2018 will take place at the State Gallery of Art – Hyderabad, from 6th September – 7th October.

Photography by Sacha De Sensi
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Photography by Mark Edward Harris
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Photography by Boris Eldagsen & Tanvir Taolad
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Photography by Sharbendu De
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Indian Photography Festival – Hyderabad 2018
more at IndianPhotoFest

Vogue India Exclusive: Kim Kardashian West

Why are 160 million people obsessed with her? We fnd out…

The Private Life Of Kim Kardashian West
Reality TV’s reigning queen sits down with Mira Jacob to discuss motherhood, her plans for India and the real woman inside that insane body. Photographed by Greg Swales. Styled by Anaita Shroff Adajania

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Vogue India Exclusive: Kim Kardashian West
more in Vogue India – March 2018

India’s Wild West

The Rann of Kutch in Gujarat, India, has one of the largest salt deserts in the world but experiences great change when the monsoon arrives. Dhritiman Mukherjee spent 170 days photographing the unique flora and fauna of this area.

India’s Wild West
more in BBC Earth Asia Edition | Vol 9 Issue 9

Featured Essays | Steve McCurry – India

Featured Essays | Steve McCurry – India
India brings together 96 photographs, taken across the Indian subcontinent over 35 years. Over half of the photographs in the book are unpublished.

SteveMcCurry11aINDIA. Agra. 1983. Train station
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SteveMcCurry11bINDIA. Agra, Uttar Pradesh, 1999. A man takes a drink of water from the river.
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SteveMcCurry11cINDIA. 1996. A boat on the Ganges river.
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SteveMcCurry11dINDIA. Srinagar, Kashmir. 1996. A girl and her father go to the floating vegetable market in their shikara in Srinagar.
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SteveMcCurry11eINDIA. Jodhpur. 2007.
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SteveMcCurry11fINDIA. Rajasthan. 1996. Villagers participating in the Holi Festival.
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SteveMcCurry11gINDIA. 2002.
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Featured Essays | Steve McCurry – India
Published by Phaidon 26th October 2015

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