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IN Photography ON 02 Mar, 2015
Photography is an art of observation, it has little to do with the things you see and everything to do with the way you see them."
Her photography is published in magazines like Newsweek, National Geographic, TIME and many more. Seaman learned this fine art of photography under very famous photographers. She even herself propel her great ideas on photography by teaching about it in workshops at various places. She got featured in American Photo Magazine as one of the top 15 emerging photographers.
She visited Tibet recently. She captured the innocence and simplicity of Tibetan people, not much of Tibet has been seen as the country is occupied by China.
You will instantly fall in love with her incredible photography and skillful art. Like everyone, I am a huge admirer of her photography, and you must like her on Facebook. For more stories on incredible photography, follow us on Twitter @Wittyfeed.
Let's check out these real photographs by Camille, the famous photographer that introduce us to the offbeat culture and traditions of Tibet.
Tibetan people celebrate Yushu Horse racing Festival by participating in it with Zeal.
This headgear might be the favorite ornament of Tibetan woman. Camille Seaman, the incredible photographer explored so many interesting facts about the Tibetan culture and captured them in her photography.
Camille lived at the height of 9 feet above the ground. The Tibetan people visit there to ask her that if she was afraid alone in the hut.
This picture defines the offbeat tradition people of Tibetans follow. This image insists me to explore this beautiful corner of the world, Tibet.
This photographer noticed the Tibetan people wearing clothes of weird color combinations and textures. She explored many tiny things about the place and citizens here.
This man here in the picture asked photographer to made this image for him.
Do you remember the moment sitting between the knees of your grandmother to brush and braid your hair? The photographer got the same feeling when she saw the grandmother with her grandchild at Kham Amdo area of Eastern Tibet.
The photographer even covered the Tibetan jungles in her photographic collection.
Though the woman might felt uncomfortable and shy, this photographer captured the last picture of this lady.
The photographer shared the adorable story of this picture. When this Tibetan woman saw her image, she being disappointed said that she looked more beautiful than this picture.
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