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Photography by Rohit Gautam

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Old Identity

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Wisdom Memories

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Bald Aggregation

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5 thoughts on “Photography by Rohit Gautam

  1. http://www.rohitgautamphotography.webs.com/

    Education:

    Rohit has a Bachelors of Art in English Literature, Political Science and Economics as well as a Bachelors of Journalism and Mass Communication. IHe has also obtained a Diploma in Web designing, Hosting & Advertisement and completed a short term course on Travel, Tourism and Management. He feels lucky to be under the guidance of his teacher Mr. Nitin Rai and mhis mentor, Magnum Photographer Raghu Rai.

    Photography Exhibition:

    At “Alliance Française de Delhi” from 8 -11October, 2011. Padma Shri Raghu Rai-Magnum photographer was the chief guest.

    Work Experience:

    He is currently working as a Freelance Photojournalist for News Picture-France and Demotix-London.

    He worked as a Photographer and Photo Researcher at “Careers 360 Magazine-OUTLOOK GROUP” New Delhi,India.

    He is a contributing Photographer at CORBIS images.

    He was the Official Photographer of at the “Global Buddhist Congeration-2011”.

    Photography Volunteer at “Delhi Photo Festival 2011”.

    Publication:

    His work has been featured prominently in international media such as The Telegraph (U.K), Yahoo-India, UK, Singapore, Malaysia, Philippines, Ireland, Our Many Stories- Hong Kong, Photojournale, Lens Culture Magazine, Photojournalism Now, Fotojournalismus, Art Photofeature, Liquid News Room.

    As well as Indian media such as The Hindu,Lonely Planet-India, Rediff, Yahoo , Careers 360 Magazine, Competition 360 Magazine, The Kashmir Walla Magazine, Emaho Magazine,The Tehelka Foundation,Lens Eye,Jharkhand Mirror.

    Honors and Awards:

    Nikon Flickr Award

    Finalists in the The Hindu Shutterbug Contest.

    Photo selected among the 10 best photographs to be exhibited in the Destination Emaho exhibition at Ladakh.by EMAHO Magazine.

  2. Wisdom Memories reminds me of the National Geographic images of the 1950’s – so full of atmosphere. The birds make the scene a “whole” and add to the wonderful atmosphere.

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