BEST FASHION PHOTOGRAPHER IN INDIA

Best fashion photographer in india : Paris fashion week 2011 spring summer

BEST FASHION PHOTOGRAPHER IN INDIA : PHOTOGRAPHER IN INDIA


Best fashion photographer in india : Paris fashion week 2011 spring summer



Best Fashion Photographer In India





best fashion photographer in india














my salute to lia costa carvalho, dhankar spiti




my salute to lia costa carvalho, dhankar spiti





lama at the dankhar gompa, my salute to the finest photographer who has style of her own.
herewith, i have added what others have to say about her work ...

*squall*(on vacation) says:
"Lia is such an accomplished artist, who I am so pleased to know through flickr.
His work is of such a high standard, that it really stands out clearly for it's depth, quality and excellence.
Thank you for sharing your superb work !
Best wishes,
dimitris"
nal from miami says:
"Awesome. Breathtaking. Stunning. Impressive. Majestic. Captivating.
Dazzling. Thrilling. Sensational...
...these and more adjectives could be used to describe Lia's photographs and still you could not quite describe the caliber of her work. Look at her photos - each and every single one of them a piece of art."
Aging Hollow-Eyed Hippy from Haight/Ashbury says:
"She knows the meaning of "Art for Service and Blessedness - not Art for Arts Sake"."
ema's room says:
"Lia ...
la freccia che Apollo scaglio contro Achille ...
la forza delle saette di Giove...
la delicatezza della brezza marina...
il canto delle sirene ...
la luce delle stelle...
l'innocenza dei bambini ...
ancestrale come l'alba ed il tramonto...
tutto e ancor piu di questo, e per me la sua divina fotografia ."
Andre L. Santana says:
"Para alguem de feicoes e palavras tao simples, ela detem uma das visoes mais humanamentes ricas que ja vi.

Poucos retratos e imagens de bons fotografos tocam.

O trabalho dela nos atravessa."
dave jensen photography Edinburgh says:
"Not much more can be said.... I find the photostream inspiring for someone looking to go freelance.

Varied subjects, technique and a natural ability to capture life and structure in one exposure.

Very talented photographer

:))"
sergiolira says:
"ja escrevi e apaguei outros. agora acho que vai...essa moca ai, e' um caso serio. o negocio e' o seguinte: ela tem uma sensibilidade aguda, um jeito de estar na luz certa, no povo certo, e, benza deus, tem uma genetica de espantar....na minha terra tem uma lia. ela se chama lia de itamaraca, a lia da ciranda de roda...
essa aqui - que sempre ta na carreira mandando beijo pra quem e' de beijo - e' a da ciranda de luz.
a da ciranda do palco, da vida, do barco de rosa."
juntos (on and off) says:
"Ah, nao e facil escrever sobre a Lia e as sua "bellissime" fotos ...
eu senti uma imediata atracao pela forma magica, elegante e sensual do seu trabalho que tem uma "ligacao" ... as "pessoas" ..
ela mostra a Vida com toda a sua beleza e paixao sem deixar os pequenos "detalhes" ... quando quero "pensar" our rever um momento "meu" e nas suas fotos unicas de grande Artista que vou.

A unique and for me (my italian eye) an unique kind of set on Flickr, world class here.

Um olhar especial, unico ... um sabor de "deja vu" .. ela "apanha" o que muitos de nos pensamos.

Sinto previlegiada de ter encontra uma amiga e uma artista.. e uma mulher cheia de VIDA .. e raro ..

As coisas boas da Flickr."
rita vita finzi says:
"sometimes it happens.
you just click on an icon, and an incredible world of images is opening to you: creative, poetic, delicate and/but meaningfull ...
when you see the first one, you can't stop going on, because lia is able everytime to astonish you with her endless, "easy" creativeness that comes like a river ... !
Through her very personal sensibility we can see with different eyes a different world of people (her women are breathtaking!), theatre, portraits, street life, precious details, art ...
and she is lovely: kind, careful, gentle, she always know the way to make you feel "special".
I'm happy, and honoured to be in touch with so a special person!"
Amsterdamned! says:
"Par sempre one of the best photographers on Flickr !"
IQMAL_6 | 6 | 6 says:
"really admire your works.........nice photo you got.......nothing much i can say....:)"
nevil zaveri says:
"All that I can say is I am speechless going through Lia's work. She has very original and unusual talent for compositions, making simple thing so complex and intense ... every time I visit her site, I cannot resist going through her work, again and again.

Thank you Lia for so inspiring work.

Regards,
Nevil"
Carlos Porto says:
"Eu adoro as suas fotos, elas mostram a essencia a alma e realidade das pessoas vc. e uma exelente profissional parabens."
Will Brasil says:
"O perigo em chegar agora para tentar descrever o teu trabalho e cair na redundancia. Tudo ja lhe foi dito, entao, so me resta dizer : -SOU MAIS UM FA !"
BB (O.o) says:
"Nao e facil escrever algo original sobre a Lia, depois de tanto do que esta escrito abaixo destas linhas...
O que sinto por ela e uma enorme admiracao, um fascinio pelo seu olhar endoscopico irreverente, teatralmente despudorado e audaci











Shooting Pain Tears On The Sands of Karbala




Shooting Pain Tears On The Sands of Karbala






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I shoot pain as I see it on the viewfinder of my soul..and though I am a Shia I shoot all religiosity culture and all this because Hussain is synonymous with Humanity..I have copied the article below to give you a short summary of Shiasm..

The Route of Imam Hussain from Makkah to Karbala
Research and preparation by Syed M.R. Shabbar

After leaving Makkah there were 14 places mentioned in history books where Imam either stayed Or met people or gave sermons.

Saffah: Here Imam met Farazzdaq the poet whom Imam asked about conditions in Kufa. He said, ‘He said, ‘People’s hearts were with you but their swords were against you.’ Imam replied, ‘Allah does what he wishes. Ileave it to him who proposes the just cause.
Dhat-el-Irq: Here Imam’s cousin Abdullah Ibne Jafar brought his two sons Auwn and Mohammed to their mother Hazrat Zainab and to help the imam. He tried to persuade the Imam to return to Madina but Imam replied, ‘my destiny is in the hands of Allah.’
Batn-er-Rumma: Imam sent a letter to Kufa with Qais bin Mashir, met Abdullah bin Mutee who came from Iraq. When he heard of Imam’s intention, he tried to stop him. He said Kufans were not faithful and could not be trusted. But Imam continued his journey.
Zurud: Imam met Zohair Ibne Qain. Zohair was not among the followers of Ahlulbait. But when Imam told him of the purpose of his journey Zohair gave all his possesions to his wife, told her to go home and said that he wished to be martyred with the Imam.
Zabala: Imam learnt from two tribesmen coming from Kufa of the death of Hazrat Muslim. Imam said, ‘Innan Lillahe wa Inna Elaihe Rajeoon. Indallah-Nahtasib Anfusana.’ ‘We are for Allah and we shall return to Him who surely accouts for our sacrifices. Asadi Tribesmen tried to dissuade the Imam from his journey but he persisted. Here Imam told his companions the news of the death of Muslim and Hani and that people in Kufa were not prepared to be their helpers. Imam said, ‘Those who want to depart leave now.’ Hoards of various tribesmen who had followed the Imam in the hope of collecting the booty realised their false hopes and scattered to their own homes. Only 50 odd people remained.
Batn-e-Aqeeq: Imam met a man from the Tribe of Akrama who told him that Kufa was no more a friendly town and was now surrounded by Yazid’s army. No one could get in or out of the town. But the Imam carried on.
Sorat: Imam stayed the night here and in the morning ordered his companions to take as much water as they can.
Sharaf: While the Imam was passing from this place, one of his companions shouted that he could see the approach of an army. Imam asked for a safe place, preferably a mountain behind them. A guide took them to the nearest mountain.
Zuhasm: It was here that Imam met Hurr’s army of 1000 men. They wre thirsty so Imam ordered his men to give them water. Imam himself helped several thirsty soldiers to drink. Even animals were given water to drink. Zohr prayers were led by the Imam and all followed him including Hurr’s soldiers. Here Imam told hurr about many letters from Kufa. He said, ‘O People of Kufa, you sent me your delegations and wrote me letters that you had no Imam and that I should come to unite you and lead you in the way of Allah. You wrote that we Ahlulbait are more qualified to govern your affairs than those who claim things to which they have no right and act unjustly and wrongly. But if you have changed your mind, have become ignorant of our Rights and have forgotten your promises, I shall turn back. But he was denied to turn back by Hurr’s army and was lead to by-pass Kufa.
Baiza: Imam reached Baiza the next day and delivered one of his most famous sermons. ‘O People, the Prophet has said that if a man sees a tyrannical ruler transgressing against Allah and the Prophet and oppressing people but does nothing by word or action to change the situation then it will be just for Allah to place him where he deservingly belongs. Do you not see to what low level the affairs have come down…? Do you not observe that truth has not adhered to and falsehood has no limit? And as for me, I look upon death as but a means of attaining martyrdom and I consider life among transgressors as nothing but an agony and an affliction.’
Uzaibul Hajanat: Here Imam stayed away from the army of Hurr and met Trimmah bin Adi. After having learnt about the Kufan abandonment of his envoy it was clear that he had no hope of support or even survival in Kufa. Nevertheless he refused an offer of safety, if not success extended to him. Trimmah pleaded to him to accept the offer of 20,000 trained men of his tribe to help him if he wanted to go to Kufa or he could retire to the mountains and safety. Imam replied to Ibne Adi, ‘Allah bless you and your people. I cannot go from my word. Things are destined. It is clear from this reply that he was fully aware of the dangers he would face and that he ha









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