This Art Student from India Captures Such Delicate Portraits of Cultures Close to Extinct : Trupal Pandya, Indian photographer
Updated on: 30 Apr 2016
Trupal Pandya pursues his degree in photography and presents such stunning and commendable work on the genre of portraits. His work finds perfect balance within the culture that needs definite attention lying on a narrow brink of being entirely extinct. Trupal's works deserves a lot of applause and actually took me by surprise, I was thoroughly inspired by the amount of details and incredible posture with every portrait. Take a look and be inspired.
Looks like you are pursuing your degree in photography, Best wishes on that. What made you choose this discipline?
I got into photography while traveling across India with my family. I have always been inclined towards the art and am really curious about a lot of things around me. It's safe to say that curiosity and the urge to answer my own questions got me into photography.
How greatly has your vision towards arts and photography evolved after your workshops with big names such as Steve McCurry and Eddie Adams?