Soil with Soul, by Shahnaz Parvin

The world is continuously changing, but there are two things that would never change, it’s the soil and the soul. We have changed our lifestyle, yet again the bonding with the soil and soul remain the same. Now-a-days, the potter also changed the process of making the pot from manual wooden wheel to machine, but they still use the same clay, and craft it with their hand, an art that’s been used for many generations.

Play in Colors, by Zahraa Al Hassani

Canon EOS Kiss X4 with EF85mm f/1.8 USM | Focal Length: 85mm | Exposure: f/1.8 at 1/125s | ISO 200
Play in Colors, by Zahraa Al Hassani

Award Winner: Photo of the Day | May 26
Award Score: 67 (Value 11, Clarity 13.5, Composition 17, Style 12.5, Skill 13)
Photo of the Day Award Category: Artistic Photography
Photograph Location: Savar | Bangladesh

Photographer: Shahnaz Parvin (Dhaka, Bangladesh) Registered
Shahnaz Parvin was an Award-Winning Photo Journalist. She was a passionate Bangalee, and used to reside in Bangladesh, until she passed away at the age of 32 on August 14, 2016. She was one of the best photographers of her time, who has been within top 10 of world’s top 100 photographers for last few years. Her real passion was in photography and learning it. Shahnaz mostly loved documentary photography, and loved to represent her country Bangladesh through her lens. With the highest number of Photo of the Month and Photo of the Day Awards, Shahnaz joined Light and Composition as Contributing Photographer from March 2013. Covering upheaval, conflict, places, people, and culture, she was one of the top most contributors from South Asia until 2015.

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3 reviews
  1. Rajiv Soni
    Rajiv Soni says:

    Shah in sems to capture not only the light and shadows but commands them to blend into poetry,

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