It was late in the day. I stopped for several hours in the underpass of Imam Ali Square and watched the commuting of humans, every subject that passed by me. A lots of people were there but it was this Iranian lady, who took my attention and interest, so I decided to record that moment with my camera.
Nikon D7000 with 18-105mm | Exposure 1/250sec @ f/8 | ISO 160 | Focal Length 58mm
If not wandering the streets, searching for unique shapes and forms, Fatemeh Pishkhan can be found in her studio, based in Isfahan, Iran. Having experienced a vast range of different genres of photography, Fatemeh is now mainly focused on researching and producing works of contemporary fine art photography leaning beside creative editing, and discovering its minimalistic and formalistic sides.
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