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Boldness in the Look, by Shahnaz Parvin

Once I went for a day out in Ashulia. There I saw a fishing boat coming towards the banks. When they reached, I saw it was full with fish. A

Playing with Shells, by Shahnaz Parvin

My first time tour to Saint Martin was a thrilling experience for me. Next morning after I reached this beautiful Island, I was walking by t

Photo of the Month | 39th Month

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Waiting, by Shahnaz Parvin

Once I went to Geneva Camp to see the abandoned hospital, which was used for child birth and recently been shut down as no one there support

Single Frame, by Shahnaz Parvin

This is Geneva Camp, a slum in the center of Dhaka, with more than 25,000 people living in a cramped area less than 2KM in size. With majori

Exploring Volume Two

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Getting into the Concept: Volume Two

In each volume we want to give our reader information, knowledge, and techniques to implement that dream into reality; connecting the aesthe

Anza-Borrego Layers, by Mickey Strider

I love the Anza-Borrego Desert State Park in Southern California. I am endlessly fascinated and inspired by the landscape and you are never

A Spiritual Journey to the Most Sacred City on Earth

The word Muslim is related to the word Islam. The word “Islam” is both a verb and a noun.The first meaning of “Islam” is the verb from the r

“Little Kabul” - The Afghan Camp of Jaures, Paris

I hadn’t been there for a long time and the new landscape jumped before my eyes. Over the years, the word “disinterestedness” was frequently

Around the World in 29 Days

In this special article for Photo of the Day Award, we elaborate on our journey to the core of photography. It is our photographers who led

Lost in His Own World, by Shahnaz Parvin

He was lost in his own world, leaving behind the life he has in orphanage. May be he was trying to forget the straggle they face every day i

Essential Tips for Capturing Artistic Silhouette

Silhouette conveys emotion and mood through the lens of the beholder. Making a silhouette is not hard but conveying it with aesthetic meanin

Photographing Incredible Indian Life and Nature

From the financial capital of India, to all the way down to Kayanakumrai and crisscrossed the south of India, then all the way up to its des

5 Essential Tips to Capture the Perfect Portrait

Emotional gesture is very subtle, individual thing. To get a photograph with pure emotional gesture, you must develop skill. In this article

The Best Photographic Composition Book that Can Truly Guide You

A well-composed photograph not only captures the gesture of a particular moment, but it also delivers a meaningful message when one puts a f

Father’s Day for Rani, by Shahnaz Parvin

Her name is Rani. She is 5 years old and two years back she had to join this orphanage after losing her parents. While I was sitting next to

Don't Forget to Praise, by Shahnaz Parvin

The boat was colorful, and it was a pleasant scene, but what struck me then was his humbleness to Almighty Allah. He washed his hands and fa

The Craftsman of Jute, by Shahnaz Parvin

In the district of Manikganj, during the rainy season I took this photograph. It was my first time watching any jute farmer processing jute

The Boy with Crab, by Shahnaz Parvin

When the monsoon season is over, all the ponds and small lakes in the villages are used for a special type of ''hand fishing''. In this spec