‘Photographer of the week’ for this week is Harry Fisch.
When I lead one of my photo tours to India I always allow some spare time before the official start of the trip for my personal work. This picture was taken in a slum, at New Delhi. It’s part of an ongoing series about a disapearing artist’s community. Around 2.500 people that were , long time ago, acting for the powerful people of the country. Now they get some spare jobs in weddings. I used a Fuji XT-1 with a Samyang 15 mm.
This one belongs to my China Photo Tour to the southern tribes. This is a famous spot amongst chinese tourists. They love to hire classical chinese disguises and take a selfie with their friends.
This was taken during one of my Ethiopia Photo Tours. I met this young Mursi on the side of the road, on a beautiful spot. You can see his hand holding his “Model Fee”. Again a Fuji XT-1.
Harry Fisch, travel photographer, has documented more than 45 countries through which he has traveled. A leader of photo tours to exotic destinations with his company Nomad Photo Expeditions. His work has deserved several international awards: Two Jury Awards in 2014 at the Grand Prix de la Découverte, France, finalist in the Sony 2012 World Photo Awards, Winner of the 2012 World National Geographic Photo Contest (and later disqualified due to erasing a plastic bag) and finalist in 2010 in Photoespaña—possibly the most prestigious Spanish photographic contest. Website: http://www.nomadphotoexpeditions.com Portfiolio: https://harry-fisch-pgu1.squarespace.com/