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  • 1. Traditions and Everyday Life by Mitchell Kanashkevich 1
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  • 5. Mitchell Kanashkevich Born: AD 1981 in Minsk, Belarus ,Country of residence: Australia. He is a curious world wanderer, a travel/documentary photographer, a workshop leader and author. His main passion lies in capturing disappearing ancient cultures and the human condition in unique, challenging situations. Whether photographing nomadic shepherds in India, life in the last traditional villages of Eastern Europe or sulphur miners working in a volcanic crater, his common aim is always the same: to capture the human element. Kanashkevich freelance and shoot documentary photo stories and write eBooks, mostly in collaboration with “Craft & Vision” as well as “Digital Photo School”. Much of his travel/documentary photography is represented by Getty Images, while his cultural portraits, both colour and black and white are in the private collections of photo lovers and collectors worldwide. -- Mitchell Kanashkevich 5
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  • 67. 3/24/2014 王文堯 Kaohsiung Taiwan R.O.C All photos were taken from Internet More: Mitchell Kanashkevich THE END 67