Watch the world go by through the lens of two street photographers
It's always interesting to see what the world looks like from one's personal lens.
For communication professionals Rahul da Cunha and Prashant Godbole, who are also avid photographers, pictures should capture the moments lost between what happens in the real and reel.
The duo has come together to showcase their talent with photography in a show aptly titled Stolen Moments, where they will display 60 of their best works. Both photographers have a penchant for street photography. And, just like their words, their images are sharp and astute.
"We steal a moment or fraction of people's lives and their space and call it our own," explains Godbole.
Rahul da Cunha
The exhibition has images that were shot in places as varied as Mumbai, Varanasi, Allahabad, Ahmedabad, Venice, Istanbul, Cairo, among others. "We carry our cameras everywhere we travel. Some of these photos are in colour, but most of them are black and white images," says da Cunha.
This show, they say, is more, a display of their friendship and shared passion for photography.
WHEN: 10 AM- 7 PM
WHERE: The Lifestyle Gallery, Kala Nagar, BKC Annexe, Bandra
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