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Mar 20, 2021 16:44
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Upcoming class alert! There’s nothing I love more than making a powerful portrait. Getting to the heart of someone’s being, seeing them as they are, being a conduit to sharing their story. Making portraits is a delicate craft. It requires not only the technical skill, but ethics, vision, and trust in order to capture something meaningful. I am very excited to be teaching a class through @icp titled Getting Closer: Intimacy and Portraiture, where we will explore approaching the portrait with strangers and loved-ones alike and learning to capture the emotionality beyond the technical. Only TWO days left to sign up, link in bio. In this image, Biki Malavath holds her great-granddaughter, nicknamed Milky, at the time, the youngest member of Laxmapur Thanda a small village in Telangana state, in Southern India. Photographed on assignment for @natgeo
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Mar 16, 2021 19:15
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Hello Bombay, how I’ve missed you ❤️
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Feb 14, 2021 20:24
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Love for our earth and its many beings feels like the most important kind of love to me. So on a day that feels pretty commercialized and one dimensional, I’m reminding myself of what really matters. For Valentine’s Day, @natgeo asked its editors to pick one image they love. Thank you @dominiqueanneh my fearless and talented editor for recognizing this too, check the link in my bio. *** In this image Dayanand, 40, carries a baby calf born the previous day, while the mother walks alongside, at Matri Sadan ashram in Haridwar, Uttarakhand, India. Dayanand is a disciple of Swami Shivanand Saraswati, the founder of Matri Sadan, and spends each day with the cows at the ashram, cleaning them, feeding them, and milking them, he believes it is part of his spiritual practice, or seva. Photographed on assignment for @natgeo
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Jan 21, 2021 20:34
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Goodbye to the Keystone XL pipeline. One of the first things @joebiden promised to do as President was to sign an executive order rescinding the presidential approval of the KXL and he has followed through on this promise. In addition to re-joining the #parisclimateagreement *** Many activists and Indigenous leaders have fought tirelessly for the past decade to shut this controversial extractive project down, one that has swallowed millions of dollars. The challenge is not over, as Canadian company TC Energy is supported by @justinpjtrudeau to keep the pipeline in the works. Photos along with story by @yessfun published on @atmos *** Captions in comments
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Jan 14, 2021 18:27
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The small things. I returned to India (safely and with a lot of ethical considerations) for a few weeks in December to complete an important project that had long been on hold. I found myself reinvigorated by the small moments of life on every corner. Excited by people, colors, photographs that came to light as I re-engaged with the world again through my lens. I am here to remind whoever needs it, that the world is still big and bright and boundless and it is out there, waiting for us to explore, near and far, when it is safe to do so. In the meantime, please stay healthy and love with your whole hearts. #kodakprofessional #natgeo
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Dec 29, 2020 20:41
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As we close this year out, the thing that I’m most proud of is not my career. I don’t have a top nine, I barely posted on social media, and frankly I struggled to complete simple tasks most days. But my year was full. It was full of quiet work. Of deep work, of growth. Of reconnecting with my roots, my family, and my creative self. I spent almost half the year in a city I thought I’d left for good. *** While this year has been one of the most challenging and brutal, it’s also been immensely beautiful and humbling. And for this, I’m grateful. I’m grateful I sat next to my mother while she took a bath. That I got to touch her white hair as she had her daily naps. That I got to watch her walk towards me each night as we met for our nightly walks. That I got to spend Mothers Day and celebrate her 70th birthday with her. Had this year never happened, I’d be in an entirely different place, a far place. I hold these intimate moments so tightly now. *** To all those artists and seekers out there doing the quiet work, I see you. Your work is important, you are important.
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Nov 17, 2020 22:29
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Right before our world came to a halt, I had the immense privilege of visiting Nishtha, a women’s rights organization in West Bengal on assignment for @americanjewishworldservice. Here, girls march through their village in West Bengal, India, rallying for their rights to education and to be free from violence. “Men and women are equal! Let us read, let us study!” they chanted while winding through the lanes of their rural village, in a region that often encourages patriarchal norms and women’s silence. I’m grateful to have contributed images to @americanjewishworldservice and their important work, now out in their annual report. #womensrights #india #westbengal #childmarriage
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Nov 2, 2020 20:13
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Apples apples apples! Here’s a little break from the elections vortex. I went to Walden, NY for @wsj to visit the Crist Bros Orchards. The family farm has introduced some new varieties onto the market including my new favorite, the SnapDragon. “The 700-acre spread produces roughly 75 million apples a year, making it one of the state’s larger wholesale orchards. And the Crists have converted 20% of their acreage to the new varieties—more than any other orchard in the state, they say” writes Anne Kadet. If you can get your hands on a SnapDragon, I highly recommend it!
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Oct 30, 2020 19:46
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Despite strong opposition to the pipeline, the northeastern corner of the state, where the pipeline will pass, is still a Republican stronghold. Frank Mehling, a rancher around Baker, opposes the pipeline, but doesn’t really favor either candidate in the presidential election. He will be voting for President Trump, however, because he believes a higher national minimum wage—a policy Joe Biden has endorsed—would put him out of business. Spencer Wahl, 25, works on the Mehlings’ ranch near Baker, MT. A big Second Amendment supporter, Wahl said he will be voting for Trump. My latest for @nationmag #keystonexl #climatechange #election2020 #kodakportra400
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Oct 29, 2020 20:03
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Despite strong opposition to the Keystone XL pipeline, the northeastern corner of the state, where the pipeline will pass, is still a Republican stronghold. Frank Mehling, a rancher around Baker, opposes the pipeline, but doesn’t really favor either candidate in the presidential election. He will be voting for President Trump, however, because he believes a higher national minimum wage—a policy Joe Biden has endorsed—would put him out of business. My latest for @nationmag with support from @magnumfoundation and @economichardship 1. Frank and Charlene Mehling own 12,000 acres of land and all of their income is from livestock. Mr. Mehling doesn’t care much for either presidential candidate, but will be voting for Trump nevertheless. “The future worries me a whole bunch, but I guess we won't be around much longer to worry about it.” 2. The Mehlings’ ranch near Baker, Mt. and an ode to @jeffjacobsonpix 3. Frank Mehling, 81, near Baker, Mt. #keystone #climatechange #montana #kodakportra400 #mediumformat #makeportraits
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