The cities of India host millions of people and countless vehicles but have you ever wonder how do these cities look like when the night fall? Gavin Evans spent three months photographing the quiet streets of India.. Continue reading Once the Darkness falls in India
If you’re a travel lover, I’m sure you’ve already read many articles where other travelers describe their experiences.
A photograph, however, is more vivid. It reminds you the beauties of our world and invites you to sink into it. So, once again, National Geographic gives us a small dose of inspiration from the 2017 Travel Photographer of the Year Contest.. Continue reading 20 Amazing Pictures to Inspire Your Travels
Happy New Year, my friends!
Every year, just a few days after the New Year, one of my favorite habits is to read articles in National Geographic. As a fan of the art of Photography, one of my favorite articles is this with the most beautiful pictures of the past year. I couldn’t share it with you this time! Continue reading Best Travel Photos of 2017
«India’s eyes see only color!» said once Raghubir Singh, the pioneer of photography, who worked from the late 1960s until his death. Raghubir Singh was an Indian, self-taught photographer, most known for his landscapes and documentary-style photographs of the people of India. During his career he worked with National Geographic Magazine, The New York Times, … Continue reading Raghubir Singh (Famous Photographers)
Jeff Mitchell was born in Milton, Scotland in 1970. He has followed in the footsteps of his great-grandfather, author and filmmaker Edmund Mitchell, in pursuing his passions for travel and photography. Jeff first felt the pull of photography in the early 1980s, while traveling through the Amazon River basin. Realizing the importance of his experience and the need to document it, Jeff purchased his first camera, a Canon 35mm A-1.. Continue reading Jeff Mitchell (Famous Photographers)