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The Sand Cowboys

About fifteen or twenty kilometers north from Delhi, as one goes along the river Yamuna, one comes upon the sand banks left behind by the shrinking river. That is a source of livelihood for some. A group of youths...

The Tsukiji Compromise

Based in Tokyo, Tsukiji is currently the world's largest fish market. With the 2020 Olympic games being hosted in Japan's capital city, Tsukiji is due to be demolished to make way for a new highway to improve travel congestion between the Olympic village and stadiums.

Point of No Return

Life as a Refugee in Southern Rakhine's IDP Camps. A photographic project that addresses the systematic persecution of the Rohingya minority, perpetuated by the militarized, predominantly Buddhist, Rakhine government.
A man holding a photo of Ny Sokha

I am the FIVE

A collection of 365 portraits to mark the one year in jail of 5 human rights activists in Cambodia recently nominated as finalists for the "Human Rights Nobel Prize"
cuban bus

Cuba

Besides the desire to just share what I witness I want to create from what I experience. Shooting on film made me strip down to the 4 most basic elements: composition, light, color and motion.
Girls are playing with stones

Mountainland: Vietnamese Photographs - North Northwest

„Mountainland“ surveys the lives and societies of the Southeast Asian Massif, a region that sprawls across Vietnam, Laos, Cambodia, Thailand, Myanmar, China, India and Bangladesh.
Night patrolling of Blue Line.

The Hidden Flow of Leonte

The Hidden Flow of Leonte is a cross media documentary project that discloses the different mandates of UN mission: day and night-time patrols, establishment of observation points, installations of Blue Pillar, monitoring of the Blue Line, clear of land mines, education...

Baikal of Wonders

Long ago shamans were revered as a hereditary caste of the chosen in Baikal region, Russia. But now everything's changed. Whom has they become for locals and strangers: true followers of the faith of their ancestors, healers or just touristic amusements?

Weaver Ants: A closer look

There are a lot of societies that thrive right under our noses that we are not very aware of, they teach a lot of lessons. Weaver ants have been living in an almost impeccable society from even before humans existed. This is an excerpt from their day to day hustle and bustle.
Roma Britain

Documentary by Artur Conka on Roma Britain

UnFrame Photographer Artur Conka is on Roma Britain project. "The Roma Britain is the blog of an independent documentary project....