Abbas Baig, aka Abby, my college friend who used to get yelled by professors for being the master of his own will, has now his photographs, yelling stories of different people and places. He listened to his heart and followed his passion and few months’ back he got the chance to judge the photography contest “Prastuti” held in our own college. His work and story has been featured in various Indian and International magazines like Inspiro India magazine, Chiiz magazine, Asian photography and some other eminent digital platforms. He has won many street and travel photography contests.


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Now he is the mentor of two well-renowned photography groups, one is the International Street Photography group named "Urban Street Photography" and other one is one of the finest photography group over Instagram and Facebook named "DSLR". He says “My simple funda(fundamental) is to bring out emotions from every element that comes in the scope of my camera lens”. 

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#1 Street Hunter

Street Hunter

This photo is from the festival of colors called "HOLI" celebrated in India. Location - Nandgaon a town in Mathura district in the Indian state of Uttar Pradesh.

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#2 B L U S H

B L U S H

A Gypsy girl from Pushkar 2016. No, I did not tell her to place hand like this, Lucky me that as I started clicking her picture then she just started blushing and put her hand on face gracefully like this to hide her shyness. ~ Abbas Baig

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Sergi M. 1 month ago

so elegant!

#3 Two Lamps

Two Lamps

Diwali - Festival of lights in India.

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#4 Rang Yudh (Battle Of Colors)

Rang Yudh (Battle Of Colors)

Rang Yudh means "Battle of Colors". The first shot from Nandgaon temple, I reached Nandgaon at 12 pm.. wanted to shoot streets of village but I had to take my position on rooftop because once you're late or don't reach there at time, you can't even stand there properly. I reached at top nearly 1 pm and after so many hurdles finally I got a little space where I could sit... Read More

Rang Yudh means "Battle of Colors". The first shot from Nandgaon temple, I reached Nandgaon at 12 pm.. wanted to shoot streets of village but I had to take my position on rooftop because once you're late or don't reach there at time, you can't even stand there properly. I reached at top nearly 1 pm and after so many hurdles finally I got a little space where I could sit and shoot, though view from that place wasn't so appropriate but that was the only space I could get so i sat there and kept waiting for almost 4 hours to start "SAMAJ SANKIRTAN". Nearly 5 pm it began and I kept shooting from there only. This is how they start and it's very first shot I clicked there. ~ Abbas Baig

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#6 Fairy Took My Tooth

Fairy Took My Tooth

From outskirts of Delhi.

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#7 After Rain

After Rain

Everyone hates water accumulation on Roads during rainy season, I just love that❤️ Stories from South block. New Delhi, 2017 ~ Abbas Baig

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#9 Running Towards God

Running Towards God

From Jama Masjid, Old Delhi.

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