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Photography

The “Two‑Subject” Concept Of Storytelling In Street Photography | Shivang Shekhar Singh

In an interview with VARANASIGURU, Shivang introduced himself like this: “Based in Varanasi, I, Shivang Shekhar Singh, a professional photographer, a constant learner, and also an alumnus of Banaras Hindu University from where I did my Masters in Travel and Tourism Management. While walking through the exhaustive career pathways, I realized

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Photography

Using Animals As An Element In Street Photography | Shivang Shekhar Singh

In an interview with VARANASIGURU, Shivang introduced himself like this: “Based in Varanasi, I, Shivang Shekhar Singh, a professional photographer, a constant learner, and also an alumnus of Banaras Hindu University from where I did my Masters in Travel and Tourism Management. While walking through the exhaustive career pathways, I

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Books, Photography

20+ Lessons From The Book: TALKING THROUGH PICTURES – A Beginner’s Guide To Photojournalism | Jürg Wittwer and Jessica Holom

Foreword to the book: We are consumers. Every day, we consume food, drink, products, and we even consume pictures. Lots of pictures. We see them in newspapers, magazines, digital print, and, as consumers, we don’t think twice about what we consume. So let’s think twice: after you weed out the

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Photography

Using Wall-Art And Advertisements As Elements In Street Photography | Shivang Shekhar Singh

Shivang Shekhar Singh is a visual storyteller based in Varanasi, India. This week, Shivang put up a guide on Instagram sharing his insights on the use of wall art and advertisements as elements in street photography. He writes: Street photography is one of the widest genres in photography and a lot of things

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