“To photograph is to hold one’s breath, when all faculties converge to capture fleeting reality. It’s at that precise moment that mastering an image becomes a great physical and intellectual joy.”
― Henri Cartier-BressonThe Mind’s Eye: Writings on Photography and Photographers

Satadru Wrik Sen‘s mini album: The Festive Preparations

Photographer’s Note: Durga Puja is undoubtedly the grandest festival for the Bengali people. It’s a season of forgetting all woes and coming together to celebrate the homecoming of the Goddess of power. The preparations have many stages, one being the making of the idol by master craftsmen. The photographer catches the glimpses of those in […]

Alexey Pehov‘s mini album: Expressions Passing By

Photographer’s Note:  The photographs in this album tries to collect several expressions that give meaning to emotions, instinctive responses and unnoticed pauses that we have sound us as we walk down through a stream of people. as a whole they speak of our collective memory, our cumulative experience of seeing people, faces and their surroundings at the same time. […]

Phil Temples’ mini album: Abandoned Industry

Photographer’s Note: Phil took these photographs while trespassing on the property of an abandoned stone cutting company in March, 2005 near Bloomington, Indiana. They were shot using an inexpensive Canon PowerShot G2 camera. He found the whole scene so bizarre and surreal. The company had abandoned an entire facility with expensive equipment and allowed Mother Nature to reclaim the property—both […]