• G Force and Photography
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  • G Force and Photography
  • G Force and Photography
  • G Force and Photography

I have been fortunate enough to make a living from photography over these past 30 odd years, it has also provided me with, not just remarkable experiences but also truly unique and interesting perspectives on photography, and more importantly on life itself. Though here I plan to talk of photography and related stuff, or at least I hope so. One of the most thrilling and exciting experiences of ...

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It was the end of December 2010 when I arrived in Dhaka, Bangladesh. I was visiting my friend Shahidul Alam, of DRIK, Patshala and Majority World fame to experience and absorb all the wonderful things that he had achieved in a very brief period of time. During conversations with some of the photo-journalists working at DRIK, somehow the subject of Biharis came about and I suggested a visit to the ...

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