《ЛАГААН: ОДНАЖДЫ В ИНДИИ》
🇮🇳Идеальный фильм, снятый максимально приближено к истинному (не приукрашенному болливудом) духу Индии. Для этого и работали над картиной в отдаленной индийской деревушке, где жители имеют лишь отдалённое представление о кино.
🇮🇳Картина об упорстве и силе духа индийцев, угнетаемых Британией, вынужденных ежегодно выплачивать непомерный и неоправданно высокий налог урожаем (лагаан).
🇮🇳Фильм, которому изначально предсказывали неизбежный провал, покорил весь мир!
🇮🇳В нём всё прекрасно и всё в меру! И сюжет с его исполнением, и актерская игра (отдельное БРАВО! Аамиру Кхану), и динамичный, заставляющий сопереживать крикет, и любовный треугольник, и музыка с танцами, и межкастовые отношения.
🇮🇳Фильм, которому замечательно и непринужденно удалось познакомить зрителя с историей британского гнета и жизнью простых индийцев.
🍉Сильный и достойный фильм, который я с огромным удовольствием рекомендую всем!
Let's hope that this thing will never happen again. So what happened yesterday was wrong for both sides. Thanks to @instagram for resolving the matter within 10-15 minutes.
You guys did a really good job. After waiting for 5-6 hours, when you guys replied to the question sticker on their story, they took action and removed the stories with answers and posted them again with the respective credits. While my picture was in the question story they didn't remove it neither they replied to my email and DM. That's why I opted for copyright violation claim.
So here's the thing. I'm not creating templates/marketing materials for tea companies. So don't use them for marketing. If you closely observe, it's a blog. A daily blog where I share my story what's happening with me and around me. The pictures I post make no sense without the caption. So if you're a Tea company, ask me once if you want to use any of my pictures (even if it's with credit). Not all the companies are like this. Tea companies from India, Canada, Australia, USA, UK, UAE have developed a good relationship with me in the last couple of days. We interact on posts, comments, DMs and even we talk about business strategy/social media campaigns. Also certain companies have asked me for my permission to use my content and I loved that gesture.
The caption is getting longer and longer. So that's it. Hope you understand my point and once again in caps...
. (DO NOT USE MY CONTACT AS MARKETING MATERIALS)😘.
#TIMDxPhotography "As soon as Coldplay got into the stage one of the broadcasting DOP pushed me accidentally and one of my Tele lenses was broken into pieces and just had an option exploring and managing the best shots left with the wide angle lens I had." In conversation with Anand Mohapatra, music photographer, who has studied photography at Symbiosis School of Photography who has done memorable work at the High spirits in Pune.
Q.1 How did you get into photography and music photography specifically?
Ans: I got into photography when I got my first camera back in 2009 I initially started shooting some photos when I traveled somewhere and at the same, I grew up listing to Classic Rock music and eventually when I went for my first Gig in Delhi where I tried shooting some photos through my phone. After High School, I decided to Bachelor's in Photography from Symbiosis University In Pune. In 2014 one day out of no where I messaged Khodu Irani who is the owner of The High Spirits cafe in Pune where all the good live and electronic gigs happened where my professional journey as a music photographer started from there eventually I started shooting music festivals where some colleagues and friends helped me and trusted me with my skills.
Q.2 Why do you think photography is important for music?
Ans: Images are much more than a simple record. Photography speaks to the best and most generous part of our human nature – the desire to share what we find beautiful and interesting with others. I think a photograph is a more powerful medium to give a visual experience of any concert to people globally.
Q.3 What is your approach when you're shooting for a music project?
Ans: My main approach is research.I spend a lot of time listening to the music of some artist which I am going to shoot during the festival or a gig. I go through their social media to try and understand what kind of images they usually post and always thrive to do something different and at last, if am shooting a music festival I like to roam around the venue and visually think of some shots in my mind... Full interview on our Facebook page!