The vibrant world of this cultural jewel is revealed through an amateur's lens
Ibarionex R. Perello
Published January 1, 2006
Updated July 1, 2016
It can be said that until you’ve photographed in India, you’ve only seen the world in black-and-white. Colors, rich and saturated, are everywhere. You see them in the orange sari worn by the woman selling mangos and other fruits on the street, in the wall whose red paint explodes with energy when struck by the late-afternoon sun, and in the stones and intricate sculptures of Hindu temples that rise high into a clear blue sky. Color is everywhere, and for anyone who loves to create images, India seems like a photographic heaven.
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