Día: 21 febrero, 2016
Aún la más humilde hierba del jardín es capaz de producir hermosas flores
Patterns From Tropical Plants
Pequeñas y maravillosas formaciones que casi nunca apreciamos, de una planta completa
Havana Street Photography
La supervivencia de un país ante la indiferencia mundial
Photographer Michael Talbot @ Urban Ghost is the Edge of Humanity Magazine contributor of this street photography essay. These images are from his project «Havana«. To see Urban Ghost’s archives of projects and photographs click on any image.
By Urban Ghost
Documentary Photography – The Lives of India’s Band Musicians Before Showtime
Tras bambalinas, donde raramente podemos entrar. Buen artículo
Social Documentary Photographer Sujata Khanna is the Edge of Humanity Magazine contributor of this documentary photography. From project «Unsung Lives«. To see Sujata’s portfolio of projects click on any image.
The traditional brass bands or “bandwallahs” are essential to an Indian family’s most auspicious ceremony – the wedding Baraat. They take the lead and for a few hours, the wealthy of society dance to their tunes, but away from the bright lights of the wedding procession is a very different life for these musicians.
I’ve been to many weddings and always wondered about the lives of these men. Over months I worked to gain their trust and was able to photograph them as they shed their identities and transformed, with each change of uniform, into and acceptable avatar for their affluent patrons’ realm. For a few hours, during the wedding celebrations, the bandwallahs leave behind their socio-economic background and…
Ver la entrada original 105 palabras más