More Postcards from Jodhpur

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I’m writing this in turbulence 40,000 ft over Afghanistan on the way home from India, so it’s hardly a postcard from Jodhpur but then I usually send my mother her postcards when I get home too, so that makes you family. I’ve just wrapped up 2 weeks in Rajasthan, and now making a run for home to get my hands on the first copy of The Soul of the Camera and start packing bags for back-to-back dive trips to Bahamas and Mexico to continue my underwater work.

If the idea of spending a week with me in India intrigues you I will soon be announcing two one-week Mentor Series Workshops in Varanasi in March 2018. I’ll be going to Varanasi early to work on a video project and to photograph Holi, then I’ll be working with 5 students for each week-long workshop. If you think you want to be one of them make sure your name is on the list to be notified when spots open up.

Here’s a first glimpse at the images from last week.

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  1. Another beautiful collection, David! I love the diversity of perspectives. From this set I’m most drawn to the photo of the child looking out from the vehicle smiling, which brings a smile to my own face. Very expressive. And I love the man reading a paper, framed through a person moving by on a bike. Great timing. I wish you well on your dive trips and look forward to seeing some of the images you create!

  2. Especially love the 3rd and 4th photos – brilliant!!! Hey, what about some pix of your Ma? Maybe one day I’ll join you 🙂 but I have a looong way to go still 🙂 🙂 YEA!! Can’t wait for my preordered copy of your book!!!

  3. Love the image of the man sitting, calmly reading his newspaper amid all the bustle around him!

    Have a safe trip home, David.

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