Indian Student Captures Portraits of Tribes Close to Extinct [18+]
Trupal Pandya is a 27-year-old professional photographer born in Varodara, India. Currently, he pursues his bachelor’s degree in photography at the Fashion Institute of Technology, New York. He aims to document rarely seen communities around the world. He mainly focuses on communities that are standing on the edge of modernization. Understanding the ways of people living miles away from civilization has changed Trupal’s approach to photography. He has traveled to countries like Ethiopia, Ecuador, India and Sri Lanka. His portfolio includes pictures of the tribes of Omo Valley in Ethiopia, Huaorani people of the Amazon Rainforest, Headhunters, Aghoris, eunuchs and shepherds in India. Take a look at his collection of portraits of tribes close to extinct. Also be sure to visit his website for more.
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