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I've been doing street photography in Mumbai for just under a year. Formerly a 'pure breed' writer, I rediscovered photography--street photography--after taking a workshop in Bandra. My life quickly transformed from arduously organizing words on my word processor to quickly framing pixels in my viewfinder. My answer to the "What do you do?" question changed from writer, to writer-photographer, to photographer-writer, and finally, to what it says on my business card today: photographer. Pure breed, no hyphens.
Last week, the New Yorker's Instagram account brought beautiful memories of India in the 1850's back to life with some stunning black and white photographs captured of the ordinary people in the era w...