FEEDING GULLS INDIA by PREMGIT

FEEDING GULLS INDIA by PREMGIT

£140.00Price

Limited Edition Print 40cm x 50cm (1 of 30).

 

Premgit has been a photographer for over 30 years and for the last 25 years has solely concentrated on making fine black and white prints using film and traditional darkroom techniques. He has a deep love for the creative processes involved in producing images of excellence in this medium which in turn has led to his work being published in books and magazines worldwide.Silver gelatin print on Fomabrom baryta double-weight fibre-based paper.

 

35mm negative taken with a Leica M6 and 35mm F1.4 leitz lens.

  • ABOUT THE PHOTO

    Feeding Gulls, Varanasi, India, 2016

    The Ganges is considered to be India’s holiest river and consequently all life forms that rely on the waters are treated with similar respect. Pilgrims feed the fish, the turtles and also the gulls as an act of worship. The gulls in this picture are migratory, spending about a month here, which because of the free food is probably longer than otherwise.