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Zishaan Akbar Latif

Zishaan Akbar Latif

has been an independent photographer since 2005.His style is intuitive, personal, and sometimes eclectic. His work has been featured in both commercial and non-commercial collections, exhibitions and publications worldwide.




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Back to the roots

Back to the roots

They quit jobs and left cities to become the new farmers of today.

February, 2018

  

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Invisible even among the marginalised, female-to-male transpeople in India are just beginning to form their networks. With an absent lineage, the struggles they face are unique.





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