Rare, Old Photos of Native American Women and Children
Photographs from over a hundred years ago can open an amazing portal into the history. But photos don't tell the whole story, and so much of what happene...
The Atlas of Beauty: Romena fotografa mulheres do mundo todo para mostrar a beleza da diversidade - FTCMAG
A beleza está em todo lugar, basta a gente querer enxergar. E Mihaela Noroc mostra justamente isso ao fotografar mulheres deslumbrantes pelo mundo todo.
Preserving Tibet’s culture and history: Interview with National Geographic’s Michael Yamashita
I caught up with National Geographic photojournalist Michael Yamashita in Hong Kong.
Mongolian girl, Gobi desert, Mongolia
World Tour 2013-2014 - day 75 The last morning just before leaving the her I asked the host if his cute girl had some traditional clothes (feel) and if it was possible to take a series of pictures with it. I tooled notice of their address in my iPhone but it was stolen later in Beijing, :(
For more info regarding Bulljumping Ceremony pls watch www.youtube.com/watch?v=2uJe67CTq8o The Bull Jumping Ceremony is conducted by several tribes in the Lower Omo Valley and is the most important ceremony in a tribal man's life.The ceremony is about hierarchy and membership in the tribe and typically involves a young man who undergoes a number of rituals before he leaps onto and runs rapidly over a series of cattle held by other men who have recently bull-jumped. Once the jumping is…
Wangy Xin Yu & Others in Harper's Bazaar China May 2016 by Kiki Xue
The Peking Opera - Stunning imagery by Kiki Xue captures opera costumes for the May issue of Harper's Bazaar China , featuring B...
Yushu, Tibet 005
This woman is dressed in typical Kham-Tibetan jewelry. She's smiling strangely because she wants to make sure you can see her gold teeth...A definite fashion must-have in Tibet. See more at my photography blog. Or see go here to see more travel portraits.
Tibetan Lhacham, Tibet [c1879] Sarat Chandra Das [RESTORED]
Entitled: Tibetan Lhacham (Princess), Tibet [c1879] Sarat Chandra Das [RESTORED]. I did simple spotting and scratch reduction, contrast and tone adjustments, and then had to repair a series of what appeared to be deep emulsion cracks that were spread across her face like she had been tattooed by static electricity. I then cropped the extra top and added a bit of background horizontal to make a squared image. The original resides in one of those "they're holding it for the sake of mankind"…