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BEST of journey, shot by Ritam Banerjee in Mumbai, India

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26/11 terrorist attack in Leopold Cafe, Mumbai, India, shot by Ritam Banerjee.

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26/11 terrorist attack on Taj Mahal Palace Hotel, shot by Ritam Banerjee in Mumbai, India.

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“Canada wala miltey hain bahut Punjab mein”, shot in Kila Raipur during Rural Olympics. Shot between shooting “The Incredible India” campaign by the World Economic Forum (WEF), Davos, Switzerland

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“Talking to the man in the mirror”, portrait photography of Jackie Shroff from the “Bollywood in Black White” series by Ritam Banerjee.

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Azharuddin Mohammed Ismail from Danny Boyle’s Oscar winning film “Slumdog Millionaire” shot by Ritam Banerjee at Mumbai, India.

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Portraits of the Widows by the banks of the river Ganges, shot by Ritam Banerjee in rural West Bengal, India.

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Neonatal infants fighting for life, caught on camera by Ritam Banerjee at KEM, Mumbai.

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Hand pulled rickshaws in the city of joy, shot by Ritam Banerjee, Kolkata, India.

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Christa Claire D’Souza, contributing editor of British Vogue finds her estranged family at Bandra, Mumbai, captured on camera by Ritam Banerjee.

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Winning moment of the champions “Chennai Super Kings” at the Indian Premier League Cricket Finals, DY Patil Stadium, Navi Mumbai, shot by Ritam Banerjee.

You see their photographs each day in the news. Photojournalists present to us the visual pictures of a story that back up a writer’s words. They are there to cover critical occasions, feature the countenances behind the features, and they frequently constrain us to feel like we are a piece of the scene. Photojournalism enables the world to see through the eyes of the picture taker for one minute. At the point when photojournalism is done well, that one minute passes on volumes of time. Passing on the full story is a piece of natural likeness where the setting educates us as much regarding the subject as the subject themselves.

Photojournalism is the procedure of narrating utilizing the mechanism of photography as your principle narrating gadget. While a columnist will utilize their pen and paper to recount stories, a photojournalist will utilize their camera to catch the visual portrayal of a story. Your prerequisite, be it huge or little, our in-house experts and partners will convey to your necessities with the most extreme consideration and quality.