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“It is only natural that Pakistan fascinates us as a nation, a culture and a neighbour. And to be able to see the country through a shared passion for Photography will be really inspiring and enlightening. Hope to make this an important way of collaborating in the years to come.”          

“Photo Festivals are a fantastic way to promote photography to new audiences, and also show innovative work to those who already have an understanding of the photography scene, both locally and internationally. Festivals can be a great melting pot for new ideas, networking and encouragement. I’ve seen firsthand how well the people of Pakistan can…

At Pakistan Photo Festival, Fellows Learn to Think and Critique

The second week of Pakistan Photo Festival ended on a joyful note. A sound sense of understanding, harmony and dedication was evident among the members of the fellowship. Different stories were shared, experimental ideas were discussed and also healthy discussions were carried out to instill confidence and ability to withstand critique. The members were encouraged and…

Our sessions at Pakistan Photo Festival Fellowship 2017

Pakistan Photo Festival Fellowship 2017 We have developed this fellowship program to build strong social documentary practices among emerging new photographers. Next 2 months, our monitors will work closely with fellows to help them in research, design, execution and production of their projects. We are fortunate to have some of the great photographers monitoring this…

ASIM RAFIQUI | Photographer | Lahore, Pakistan

ASIM RAFIQUI            PHOTOGRAPHER | LAHORE,  PAKISTAN Asim Rafique is an independent photographer whose work has been featured in publications such as National Geographic (France), Stern (Germany), The Wall Street Journal Magazine, Newsweek, and Time (USA, Asia) among others. He won numerous awards for his work, with most recent in 2015 Magnum…

DIDIER RUEF | Photographer | Lugano, Switzerland

DIDIER RUEF           PHOTOGRAPHER | LUGANO, SWITZERLAND Didier Ruef, born in 1961, is based in Lugano, Switzerland and works as a freelance documentary photographer. Ruef's photographs have been published in major international magazines and newspapers, such as Time, The Observer Magazine, Daily Telegraph, Le Monde, El Pais Semanal, Geo, Marie Claire,…
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“It is only natural that Pakistan fascinates us as a nation, a culture and a neighbour. And to be able to see the country through a shared passion for Photography will be really inspiring and enlightening. Hope to make this an important way of collaborating in the years to come.”          

“Photo Festivals are a fantastic way to promote photography to new audiences, and also show innovative work to those who already have an understanding of the photography scene, both locally and internationally. Festivals can be a great melting pot for new ideas, networking and encouragement. I’ve seen firsthand how well the people of Pakistan can…

At Pakistan Photo Festival, Fellows Learn to Think and Critique

The second week of Pakistan Photo Festival ended on a joyful note. A sound sense of understanding, harmony and dedication was evident among the members of the fellowship. Different stories were shared, experimental ideas were discussed and also healthy discussions were carried out to instill confidence and ability to withstand critique. The members were encouraged and…

Our sessions at Pakistan Photo Festival Fellowship 2017

Pakistan Photo Festival Fellowship 2017 We have developed this fellowship program to build strong social documentary practices among emerging new photographers. Next 2 months, our monitors will work closely with fellows to help them in research, design, execution and production of their projects. We are fortunate to have some of the great photographers monitoring this…

ASIM RAFIQUI | Photographer | Lahore, Pakistan

ASIM RAFIQUI            PHOTOGRAPHER | LAHORE,  PAKISTAN Asim Rafique is an independent photographer whose work has been featured in publications such as National Geographic (France), Stern (Germany), The Wall Street Journal Magazine, Newsweek, and Time (USA, Asia) among others. He won numerous awards for his work, with most recent in 2015 Magnum…
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“It is only natural that Pakistan fascinates us as a nation, a culture and a neighbour. And to be able to see the country through a shared passion for Photography will be really inspiring and enlightening. Hope to make this an important way of collaborating in the years to come.”          

“Photo Festivals are a fantastic way to promote photography to new audiences, and also show innovative work to those who already have an understanding of the photography scene, both locally and internationally. Festivals can be a great melting pot for new ideas, networking and encouragement. I’ve seen firsthand how well the people of Pakistan can…

At Pakistan Photo Festival, Fellows Learn to Think and Critique

The second week of Pakistan Photo Festival ended on a joyful note. A sound sense of understanding, harmony and dedication was evident among the members of the fellowship. Different stories were shared, experimental ideas were discussed and also healthy discussions were carried out to instill confidence and ability to withstand critique. The members were encouraged and…

Our sessions at Pakistan Photo Festival Fellowship 2017

Pakistan Photo Festival Fellowship 2017 We have developed this fellowship program to build strong social documentary practices among emerging new photographers. Next 2 months, our monitors will work closely with fellows to help them in research, design, execution and production of their projects. We are fortunate to have some of the great photographers monitoring this…

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“It is only natural that Pakistan fascinates us as a nation, a culture and a neighbour. And to be able to see the country through a shared passion for Photography will be really inspiring and enlightening. Hope to make this an important way of collaborating in the years to come.”          

“Photo Festivals are a fantastic way to promote photography to new audiences, and also show innovative work to those who already have an understanding of the photography scene, both locally and internationally. Festivals can be a great melting pot for new ideas, networking and encouragement. I’ve seen firsthand how well the people of Pakistan can…

At Pakistan Photo Festival, Fellows Learn to Think and Critique

The second week of Pakistan Photo Festival ended on a joyful note. A sound sense of understanding, harmony and dedication was evident among the members of the fellowship. Different stories were shared, experimental ideas were discussed and also healthy discussions were carried out to instill confidence and ability to withstand critique. The members were encouraged and…

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Our sessions at Pakistan Photo Festival Fellowship 2017

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“It is only natural that Pakistan fascinates us as a nation, a culture and a neighbour. And to be able to see the country through a shared passion for Photography will be really inspiring and enlightening. Hope to make this an important way of collaborating in the years to come.”          

“Photo Festivals are a fantastic way to promote photography to new audiences, and also show innovative work to those who already have an understanding of the photography scene, both locally and internationally. Festivals can be a great melting pot for new ideas, networking and encouragement. I’ve seen firsthand how well the people of Pakistan can…

ASIM RAFIQUI | Photographer | Lahore, Pakistan

ASIM RAFIQUI            PHOTOGRAPHER | LAHORE,  PAKISTAN Asim Rafique is an independent photographer whose work has been featured in publications such as National Geographic (France), Stern (Germany), The Wall Street Journal Magazine, Newsweek, and Time (USA, Asia) among others. He won numerous awards for his work, with most recent in 2015 Magnum…

Our sessions at Pakistan Photo Festival Fellowship 2017

Pakistan Photo Festival Fellowship 2017 We have developed this fellowship program to build strong social documentary practices among emerging new photographers. Next 2 months, our monitors will work closely with fellows to help them in research, design, execution and production of their projects. We are fortunate to have some of the great photographers monitoring this…

Pakistan Photo Festival Fellowship Mentors 2017

We are pleased to announce our Mentors for Pakistan Photo Festival Fellowship 2017.  ASIM RAFIQUI                             PHOTOGRAPHER | LAHORE,  PAKISTAN Asim Rafique is an independent photographer whose work has been featured in publications such as National Geographic (France), Stern (Germany), The Wall Street Journal…

DIDIER RUEF | Photographer | Lugano, Switzerland

DIDIER RUEF           PHOTOGRAPHER | LUGANO, SWITZERLAND Didier Ruef, born in 1961, is based in Lugano, Switzerland and works as a freelance documentary photographer. Ruef's photographs have been published in major international magazines and newspapers, such as Time, The Observer Magazine, Daily Telegraph, Le Monde, El Pais Semanal, Geo, Marie Claire,…

WENDY MARIJNISSEN | Photographer | Antwerp, Belgium

WENDY MARIJNISSEN           PHOTOGRAPHER | ANTWERP, BELGIUM Wendy Marijnissen is a freelance documentary photographer from Belgium.  Intuition and personal interests have always played a major role in her work and naturally guided Wendy to her subjects.In 2008 she completed a long-term reportage in Israel and Palestine, using music to show a…

“I have been to Pakistan twice and could get in touch with its lovely culture, but I think the country is still an enigmatic place to a lot of people in the west side of the world, as It remains for me, a Brazilian journalist. I see Pakistan Photo Festival as a very happy initiative…

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Pakistan Photo Festival is the 1st international photography festival showcasing work of regional, national and international photographers, in Pakistan. Pakistan photo festival is a unique festival, which will call for the photography with narratives and stories of the globe. The idea is to introduce and cherish a unique form of Photography and to expose the various narratives on social, cultural, ethnic perspectives and distinct issues of human rights struggles and challenges.