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6th Octubre 2012

Foto con 4 notas

Indian boy

Indian boy

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18th Septiembre 2012

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A Hindu woman offers flowers at the Sangam, the confluence of the Ganges, Yamuna and mythical Saraswati, river during Teej festival in Allahabad, India, Tuesday, Sept. 18, 2012.
[Credit : Rajesh Kumar Singh/AP]

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A Hindu woman offers flowers at the Sangam, the confluence of the Ganges, Yamuna and mythical Saraswati, river during Teej festival in Allahabad, India, Tuesday, Sept. 18, 2012.

[Credit : Rajesh Kumar Singh/AP]

Etiquetas: IndiaGangesYamunaSangamTeej FestivalRituals

17th Agosto 2012

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Martine Franck, a Magnum Photos member for 32 years, has died. She was 74.

Belgian photographer Martine Franck talks about one of her favourite shots :

I don’t look at my photographs very often, but this picture always makes me happy. It was just such a perfect moment.
I was in a Buddhist monastery in Nepal in 1996, photographing these reincarnated children, each of whom gets an education from one main teacher. The master usually knew the person the child is supposed to have been reincarnated from - often it was his own master - so they have very close, almost motherly relationships.
The children have to work very hard, because they will one day be passing on the Buddhist teachings themselves. The little boy was having slight problems reciting all the mantras he had to remember. The pigeon was already in the room, just sort of flitting around. Buddhists love animals, so they were all over the monastery.
I was there for an hour, just sitting quietly in a corner, observing. I never imagined for a second that the bird would perch on the monk’s head. That’s the wonder of photography - you try and capture the surprises.
I was in the right place at the right time, with the right lens on. If I’d had a zoom lens on, I wouldn’t have had time to set it at the correct distance. In fact, I had two Leicas, a 35mm and a 50mm, both already adjusted for the light, and the 35mm did the job.
The picture is somehow a symbol of peace, and of young people getting on with old people. Although I certainly didn’t think that at the time - in the moment, it’s just instinctive. Afterwards, maybe, you realise what the photograph means.
When I came back, I showed it to a very close friend of mine, the photographer Josef Koudelka, and he said: “Martine, if you brought only this one picture back from India your trip was worthwhile.”

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Martine Franck, a Magnum Photos member for 32 years, has died. She was 74.


Belgian photographer Martine Franck talks about one of her favourite shots :

I don’t look at my photographs very often, but this picture always makes me happy. It was just such a perfect moment.

I was in a Buddhist monastery in Nepal in 1996, photographing these reincarnated children, each of whom gets an education from one main teacher. The master usually knew the person the child is supposed to have been reincarnated from - often it was his own master - so they have very close, almost motherly relationships.

The children have to work very hard, because they will one day be passing on the Buddhist teachings themselves. The little boy was having slight problems reciting all the mantras he had to remember. The pigeon was already in the room, just sort of flitting around. Buddhists love animals, so they were all over the monastery.

I was there for an hour, just sitting quietly in a corner, observing. I never imagined for a second that the bird would perch on the monk’s head. That’s the wonder of photography - you try and capture the surprises.

I was in the right place at the right time, with the right lens on. If I’d had a zoom lens on, I wouldn’t have had time to set it at the correct distance. In fact, I had two Leicas, a 35mm and a 50mm, both already adjusted for the light, and the 35mm did the job.

The picture is somehow a symbol of peace, and of young people getting on with old people. Although I certainly didn’t think that at the time - in the moment, it’s just instinctive. Afterwards, maybe, you realise what the photograph means.

When I came back, I showed it to a very close friend of mine, the photographer Josef Koudelka, and he said: “Martine, if you brought only this one picture back from India your trip was worthwhile.”

Etiquetas: PhotographMartine FranckBuddhist MonksIndia

16th Agosto 2012

publicación de Foto reblogueada desde En vegetarisk kebab. En vebab. con 860 notas

Etiquetas: PhotographgirlsIndia

Fuente: futurephar0ahs

16th Agosto 2012

publicación de Foto reblogueada desde chill brah. con 1 089 notas

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Fuente: observando

13th Agosto 2012

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Street Photography, India.
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Street Photography, India.

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10th Agosto 2012

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An exile Tibetan participates in a candlelit vigil to remember Tibetans who have allegedly self-immolated in Tibet, in Dharmsala, India, Friday, Aug. 10, 2012. Exiles claim Choepa, 24, immolated himself Friday in Meruma village of Ngaba in Amdo province in Tibet.
[Credit : Ashwini Bhatia/AP]

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An exile Tibetan participates in a candlelit vigil to remember Tibetans who have allegedly self-immolated in Tibet, in Dharmsala, India, Friday, Aug. 10, 2012. Exiles claim Choepa, 24, immolated himself Friday in Meruma village of Ngaba in Amdo province in Tibet.

[Credit : Ashwini Bhatia/AP]

Etiquetas: self-inmolatedTibetansIndia

8th Agosto 2012

Foto con 19 notas

Taj Mahal, India

Taj Mahal, India

Etiquetas: PhotographBlackandWhiteTaj MahalIndia

5th Agosto 2012

Foto con 2 notas

Inspiring portraits…

Inspiring portraits…

Etiquetas: PortraitGirlIndiaManny Librodo

21st Julio 2012

Foto con 3 notas

Paul Saltzman: Perfect Harmony (Ringo Starr, John Lennon & Paul Mc Cartney), Rishikesh, India, 1968

Paul Saltzman: Perfect Harmony (Ringo Starr, John Lennon & Paul Mc Cartney), Rishikesh, India, 1968

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