Dhobi wallah by the Ganges River (2014)
This entry was posted on September 1, 2015 by vytautas ambrazas. It was filed under 35mm film, Analog photography, Asia, Documentary photography, India, Leica, Life, photography, portrait, Portraiture, Street photography, Travel, Travel photography, Uncategorized, Water and was tagged with 35mm film, analog photography, Banaras, Benares, dhobi wallah, film photography, Ilford HP-5 Plus 400, India, Kashi, leica summicrom r 50mm f/2, Leicaflex, life, man, photography, portrait, street photography, travel photography, Uttar Pradesh, Varanasi, water.
To be able to get this shot with all the bright whites and together keep the shadows and the whole gorgeous framing of the boy, with the white sheets laid out on the steps in the tighest focus of all…your work is so amazing and beautiful.
September 23, 2015 at 07:54
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