RAPC blog readers, particularly studio group members, might be interested in this photo story about India’s portrait studios on the BBC website.
In 2014, Ketaki Sheth, an award-winning Indian photographer, began shooting portraits of visitors to the Jagdish Photo Studio in Manori, a coastal village in the western state of Maharashtra.
She says she stumbled across it – “wedged between a hardware store and a grain depot” – by chance. “I poked my head in and saw a bright blue stool against a diaphanous cascading red backdrop,” she told the BBC by email. “That was it. I was hooked.”
To read more, visit the BBC website at: https://www.bbc.com/news/world-asia-india-45745832
This post was submitted by Rick Strong.