These images (also from my India 2009 collection) focus on local people at work. I like to capture candid moments when people are engrossed in a task, too busy to worry about my presence. The authentic raw reality of the unplanned moment usually makes a much more interesting photograph that a stiff pose. I feel that capturing this spontaneity is the best use of a camera and what makes photography so unique. It is also a lot more surprising and refreshing to never quite know what is going to happen next...
|Mindfulness of Sweeping, Sarnath|
|Street Butcher, Dharamsala|
|Needlework, Norbulingka Institute|
|Track worker, India|