Posted on September 28, 2019
On World Tourism Day, i was lucky to be in Rome and visited Vatican Museums. Above, behind and around me were hand painted and sculpted walls.
Witnessing Michelangelo’s paintings at Sistine Chapel, specially The Creation of Adam, was surely a sight to remember.
Here are some glimpses for you from my visit. (All the photos/videos are made using a mobile phone in this blog and are unedited)
– Mohsin Khawar
27th September 2019
Posted on September 21, 2019
“I photograph light; be it on a building, human face or in a soul. Nothing intrigues me more to pick up the camera.”
– Mohsin Khawar
Posted on September 17, 2019
These days everyone loves to be photographed but a lot of people travel solo, and it becomes difficult for them to take their own photos. As a professional photographer, here are a few tips for a perfect selfie!
1. Always face the light
2. Keep the camera slightly above the eye level to look sharp and sleek
3. In landscape versions always capture the negative space to the side you are looking at
4. Look at the camera and not at the screen
5. Always do the basic retouch on photos before posting like brightness, contrast and shadows
Image Source: Stocksy
Posted on August 25, 2019
We are producing over 300 million tons of plastic every year, 50% of which is for single-use purposes – utilized for just a few moments, but on the planet for at least several hundred years. More than 8 million tons of plastic is dumped into our oceans every year.
Fish, seabirds, sea turtles, and marine mammals can become entangled in or ingest plastic debris, causing suffocation, starvation, and drowning.
It can take up to 1000 years for a plastic bottle to degrade. However, plastic bottles do not biodegrade, so they will remain in our environment forever.
When water gets extracted to be sold as bottled water, many natural water supplies dry up.It can take up to 1000 years for a plastic bottle to degrade. However, plastic bottles do not biodegrade, so they will remain in our environment forever.
Plastic bags tend to disrupt the environment in a serious way.They get into soil and slowly release toxic chemicals.
It can take hundreds or even thousands of years for plastic to break down, so the damage to the environment is long-lasting.
When plastic bags are thrown on land it makes soil less fertile.
Toxins in plastics are directly linked to cancers, birth defects, immune system problems, and childhood developmental issues.
This is an awareness campaign highlighting the threat to our environment from the use of Plastic.
Share and spread the message!
Photographs / Mohsin Khawar
Art Direction / Aysha Mohsin
Hair & Makeup / Sonia
Talent / Mehrunissa, Shakeeb, Bilal & Shahnam
Posted on August 3, 2019
Posted on July 12, 2019
Reverie – 2019 campaign for Tangerine