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Sony ILCA-77M2 – 80 mm – F/16 – 1/160s – ISO 100

Ft. Lina Lambertini from Toabh, as published in the August, 2019 issue of Mind Magazine themed on journalism and paparazzi.

Sony ILCA-77M2 – 110 mm – F/16 – 1/160s – ISO 100

“Fame had kept me from getting laid that night. Fame would make it so other people would bother me, follow me around with cameras, be all up in my shit, keep me from doing what I wanted to do when I wanted to do it. Fame could even potentially kill me. It killed a lot of people: John Lennon, Princess Diana, Selena.

― A.D. Aliwat, Alpha

Sony ILCA-77M2 – 105 mm – F/16 – 1/160s – ISO 100

Sony ILCA-77M2 – 90 mm – F/16 – 1/160s – ISO 100

I am a celebrity. My privacy is the price of my fame.

“For Sabina, living in truth, lying neither to ourselves not others, was possible only away from the public: the moment someone keeps an eye on what we do, we involuntarily make allowances for that eye, and nothing we do is truthful. Having a public, keeping a public in mind, means living in lies. Sabina despised literature in which people give away all kinds of intimate secrets about themselves and their friends. A man who loses his privacy loses everything, Sabina thought. And a man who gives it up on his own free will is a monster. That is why Sabina did not suffer in the least from having to keep her love a secret. On the contrary, only by doing so could she live the truth.”

― Milan Kundera, The Unbearable Lightness of Being
Sony ILCA-77M2 – 105 mm – F/16 – 1/160s – ISO 100


Lina Lambertini


Juveria Khan


Ghena Thadani

Published by Vivek Verma

Lawyer by profession, Artist by passion. Check out my Instagram handle @vivekverma0909

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