A striking collection of mainly black and white portraits by UK travel documentary photographer, Paul Dyer (Handheld Films), accompanied by colour images and multi-media elements.
In a country well known for vivid, vibrant colour, this book focuses on expressive monochromatic faces and the poses of individuals to explore something that is arguably even more important and intrinsic. The heart and soul of a country.
The collection includes candid and semi-formal portraits of people of all ages, taken in a wide range of locations, from major cities and small provincial towns to the isolated dusty wilderness of rural India.
This is the first book in digital format from Handheld Films and includes a feature on the story behind the collection of photographs.
44 black and white images
17 colour photographs
2 multi-media elements
plus a 3 page essay on ‘The Story behind the Pictures’ and separate image catalogue listing.
33 pages (including front matter)