Through the lens

 

Through the lens
Innocence: Children pose in their regional and traditional attire in front of a mural.

KR Waleed captures the ethereal beauty of Pakistan to show the world its blossoming diversity

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Published: Sun 13 Aug 2017, 2:50 PM

Last updated: Sun 13 Aug 2017, 5:27 PM

KR Waleed's love for photography began in a small, dark room in 1999. Since then, he has been on a journey to record the cultural and historical beauty of the various ethnicities and regions of Pakistan.
His interest in the field sparked after coming across used books on photography and landscapes across the world during his college years. He then ventured to capture perfection behind every click and composition. One of the most compelling qualities of KR Waleed Photography is the ability to colour the images with strong shades of life.
Inspiring the astonishing, the exploration of different themes is represented in each picture, which showcases amazing and unique creations. Photographs are the frozen frames of life stories, coloured by different shades of emotions, according to KR Waleed.
KR Waleed Photography specialises in quality landscapes, photojournalism, and still life. As photographs are keepsakes, adding value to memories, KR Waleed aims to celebrate life and continues to strive for perfection.
Discover the soft image and beauty of Pakistan through his 'third eye'.

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Identity displayed: A guard of honour at the Wagah, bordering India’s Atari check post.
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KR Waleed
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