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Waleed28-Sep-2010 08:36
Dear Bruce,
No doubt about it, your an amazing photographer theres nothing more I could add that what these kind people have already said about your work, do me the honour if your ever in dubai, and want to go around, id be happy to show you around, from the deserts to the mountaina tribes and the asian fild streets of my country. I am adding you to my favorite artist, i wait in anticipation for your books to be published.
Yours in trust
Waleed
Guest 25-Apr-2010 02:11
Dude,
I know absolutely nothing about photography but have gone through the works of quite a few people. I think you're absolutely incredible and have a true gift for capturing the best a persons attitude has to offer.
God bless you buddy, cheers.
Saahil
andrea mckay 05-Jan-2010 21:31
Hi Bruce,

Michele sent over this link to your portfolio... really beautiful images!
Im going to try to get in contact in regards to another stream of photography :)
It was nice meeting you over Christmas.
Take Care,
Andrea M.
Adam Campbell30-Oct-2008 05:43
Bruce
Your photos are absolutely stunning. This is the style of photography that I have wanted most to become better at, after a couple hours going through your photos I'm truly inspired.
thanks,
Adam
priteesh 28-Sep-2008 15:14
I assume some street must have low light situation but your images have come out nicely. a wide angle with image stabilisation would have better but i have 28-105 f/3.5-4.5 and a cropped body canon 30d. i dont like flash but do u think i need a flash or should i go for tamron f/2.8 which costs nearly same. Im going to shoot mostly in evening, and i cant afford more than that.i ll appreciate your suggestion or if there is any other way around ?

I cant afford image stabilised lens
I don’t want to use tripod
I can increase iso but i also want quality images i can use noise reduction but don’t like.
chandan 11-May-2008 04:06
u rock!
what a gem!
:)
Guest 25-Jul-2007 00:25
hi, Bruce
i like your pictures.
(about those prostitues' pictures, which city is it and how much is the service?)
thanks and have a nice day
Freeman
freeman 25-Jul-2007 00:25
hi, Bruce
i like your pictures.
(about those prostitues' pictures, which city is it and how much is the service?)
thanks and have a nice day
Freeman
Guest 22-Jun-2007 05:12
When I get photoshop and a new camera, I'm going to model my work after you.
Luko G.-R.15-Jun-2007 22:16
I've browsed randomly through your gallery. Your so original composition skills and that gritty BW knocks me out. Signature photography. A big V for your whole gallery.
I'll be around whenever you load new photos, no doubt.
Kiriakos Korakis22-Apr-2007 17:21
Very nice photos in all galleries.Some pictures are really hard,some really beautyfull, but none indifferent.Thanks for sharing your vision too.
Julie Aucoin29-Mar-2007 08:04
Your galleries are absorbing little journeys that stir me up. Thanks for sharing your vision.
Julie
Guest 08-Mar-2007 08:04
I'm simply loss for words. Kudos!
Erin 28-Nov-2006 12:04
Thank you for allowing us to view your work. I am an amature photographer currently residing in Seoul, South Korea. I hope to have a portfolio comparable to yours one day. You are a great artist. Thank you again.
Guest 09-Nov-2006 11:36
Your beautiful photographs have invited me to visit your country.
Guest 04-Nov-2006 01:30
hi bruce, yours must be the one most understated galleries on pbase. a true gem. thank you for sharing your eyes, your art and this complex yet amazing country that you have seemed to adopt as your own.
Guest 22-Sep-2006 22:36
U are inspiration for me. The eyes in your pictures speak.
Guest 11-Sep-2006 16:27
What a fantastic body of work you have here with some very moving images. will be back to view again.
Guest 05-Sep-2006 05:25
All your photographs are top class! Absolutely awesome! :)
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Jisha 18-Aug-2006 15:09
Bruce,
Stunning images..You should put up an exhibition or publish a book..Your images really are breath taking and emotional.All the best.
Jisha
Cynthia 25-Jul-2006 00:13
Wonderful and informative web site.I used information from that site its great.
H.L.Tam19-Jul-2006 14:30
Thank you for visiting my photography exercises and your comments are very rewarding for me.
Best wishes !
H.L.Tam
Yogesh 18-Jul-2006 11:51
I am Indian, as a professional you done an excellent job.Your pictures forced me to think that Do we Indians have really made any progress.Your work is good but it hurted me.
Amanda 11-Jul-2006 15:41
best regards, nice info
William 06-Jul-2006 02:55
Wonderful and informative web site.I used information from that site its great.
Michelle 02-Jul-2006 21:47
You have an outstanding good and well structured site. I enjoyed browsing through it
David 02-Jul-2006 06:49
You have an outstanding good and well structured site. I enjoyed browsing through it
Lisa 30-Jun-2006 11:24
Very nice site!
david procter03-Jun-2006 05:00
Thanks for the comment Bruce. How have you been?
Subhash Banerjee 02-Jun-2006 18:24
Bruce,
You have done a great job. If you do find some time in the near future for travel to India again, I will like you to take some more pictures of different cities so that people from other countries can get a clear view of India with the contrast of culture, diferences of rich and poor, technology and religion etc.
Very good start.
Kaushik 02-Jun-2006 07:34
Bruce, you have some really stunning images. Thank you.
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Prantik Mazumder12-Apr-2006 17:15
What A Gallery!!! Brilliant!!!
Lizette 27-Mar-2006 19:04
Bruce : I'm from South Africa. You galleries have some of the most beautiful pictures i have ever seen. Moments perfectly captured. They have emotion and character and soul. True art.
Thank you for sharing it.
Lizette
Simon Wan25-Mar-2006 05:55
Like to see how you use light, like to see how you take protraits. like to see how you catch the moments.
again, It's impressive.
Bobby 25-Mar-2006 05:48
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yogesh 20-Mar-2006 16:25
hi!

i saw ur site by chance. when i was searching for images on sahyadri mountain.
ovely pics1
actually we can't appreciate images in words. it limits our imagination.
i remember a sentence.
poetry is a speaking picture and picture is mute poetry.
well done.


i would love if you once visit my photosite on sahyadri:bhramar.shutterfly.com


ur admirer(from now onwards),
yogesh
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Guest 10-Mar-2006 17:36
Beautiful work here and sobering at the same time. I was unaware of many of the tragedies (e.g. glue sniffers) and these pictures are top notch. Continue your great work for all of those who would otherwise never know of beautiful India.
Saurabh 10-Mar-2006 13:46
Hi Bruce..... superb work
i cudnt find the camera details ...
anyways , if you are around mumbai , please inform, i wud love to meet you in person
Guest 08-Mar-2006 08:40
Your work is magnificent, Bruce. You have captured your country as only someone who has experienced far more of it could. I see here both India's pain and it's glory. Wonderful faces, glimpses into everyday life with the great color and soul in your amazing photojournalistic journies.
Superb!
Thank you for posting them for us.
Gaurav 03-Mar-2006 05:28
You have such amazing pictures in your galleries. I completely agree that is MY TRUE INDIA. Keep up the good work.
Guest 28-Feb-2006 14:42
what a treasure trove of galleries you have here. Captivating shots of people. Makes me wonder what kind of thoughts run thru their minds. I like to take grab shots of people during my travels. Your galleries have inspired me to do a much better job in my next travel! Congrats on the fantastic work.
Luis Arturo Torres27-Feb-2006 19:10
Excellent Galleries.
I really enjoy each and every photo I saw.
Incredible pictures of people, representing their feelings.
Lovely work. I am very impressed Bruce. Very impressed. Your work is original and unique.
Guest 23-Feb-2006 17:59
My Lord! This work has taken on a journey through a country I may never see. The journalistic ability allowed me to feel the pain and struggles in each shot. I must say that beauty of the Indian people is breathtaking and you have captured it superbly. Your eye for contrast and dept enriched each photo and sucked me right into the moment. I hope that I have a chance some day to visit India. I will review this gallery again and again for inspiration. You have an awesome talent.
Martin Crespo23-Feb-2006 12:47
Hello Bruce.
Lately I was driving through your galleries and wanted to put some comments in some photos but it's seems is no able to do it.
Love your portaits and your approach with the people, the extreme lights that you use many times and your sensivity.
Chau!
Dhruvesh Zaveri 22-Feb-2006 18:57
ASTOUNDING:)

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andy_farrington21-Feb-2006 02:54
Enthralling, captivating, heart-rending...I could go on....and on.....AND on.
Amazing job, both technically and aesthetically.

Andrew
Phuoc Pham20-Feb-2006 06:53
I've enjoyed very much at your gallaries. Thank you for sharing your quality work.
Priya Shailesh19-Feb-2006 05:21
Very nice work
Guest 19-Feb-2006 05:20
Very nice work
anthony195718-Feb-2006 00:37
I have just discovered your work through the popular galleries and I am in awe of your work. So much quality work to tour through. Thank you for sharing your experience of an amazing land and its people. I shall visit often!
Tony
Jim04-Feb-2006 20:00
Bruce
A very powerful comentary on your native people. So striking how the young are so innocent and the old seem so hardend.
Great use of your equipment and vision to capture the human spirit.
JungleJim
Mike Heppler 07-Jan-2006 18:11
Bruce,

Great work! Have you ever considered doing a photography workshop in India.
If you do let me know.

Regards,
Mike Heppler
http://www.desertphotography.com
thedesert3@aol.com
Kimberley Hannaman Taylor01-Jan-2006 13:47
One last note...Your images are truly inspiring. I hope some day to reach a marginal level of your success in capturing the intensity of the human spirit. Thank you sincerely for sharing your work. It's been a pleasure perusing your galleries this new year's day.
Kimberley
Guest 03-Dec-2005 18:38
le foto sono bellissime..you are special!thank u
atravelor29-Nov-2005 12:33
The level of trust your subjects have in you is simply amazing. These are fantastic images and makes anything I do feel trivial. Some day I aspire to capture people in the way you have. Simply wonderful images to view and absorb.
jatin 25-Oct-2005 06:22
hi in which part of india u have done this..?

jatin
jatin ganatra 25-Oct-2005 06:21
hi Man,

really very nice pics, i am also from india, but i never see my country like this, i also like photography but dont know anything about it, just like to see, i also want to be a photographer, can u suggest me which cam i have to buy..?

waiting for yr reply

jatin
jatin_ganatra@yahoo.com
Anup 18-Oct-2005 20:01
Hello Bruce
Excellent photography.The pictures itself potrays the emotion and trueness of the people.
Hat's off to you.
Micky 17-Oct-2005 07:32
Hi Bruce,

Three cheers for your efforts.
Many many appreciations.
Keep it up the same spirit for all your new ventures.
Pls keep in touch

Micky
micky_ktn@hotmail.com
Guest 08-Oct-2005 15:57
a photojournalist and a good one.
Sheshagiri 23-Sep-2005 08:08
Hi Bruce

I Liked your pictures and I also liked the lines that you have written about my India.

If you are planning to visit Bangalore/Mysore please let me know. I would like to meet you. I will take you to few intresting places if you want. Have you been to Hampi?

Keep in touch.
Sheshagirikm@gmail.com
Guest 17-Sep-2005 23:54
Wow...
Guest 15-Sep-2005 15:45
hi bruce, truly inspiring galleries! thanks for sharing your work with the world
markwp06-Sep-2005 07:50
Hi Bruce -- Been a fan of your work for quite a while -- your photos just cut right through me -- you have such talent.
Kelly Clark Moncure04-Sep-2005 03:54
Hi Bruce-
I love your photos! You have quite the photojournalist's eye- thank you for letting me take a tour of India! Very well done!
Kelly
Marcos García03-Sep-2005 16:49
Hi Bruce,
Your pictures are spectacular. I enjoyed a lot with your photography. India is an incredible country and you know how to show it to the people with such amazing shot. I've just added you to my favorites. I'll come back to see the rest of your galleries.
Regards,
Marcos
Herve Blandin28-Aug-2005 10:37
By the way, Bruce, what is your signing name on Trekearth? you can write at:

kinginexile@yahoo.com if you wish to keep it private.

Thanks
Guest 23-Aug-2005 13:51
Hi Bruce,
I enjoy your galleries very much. You really capture every detail of people

Regards,
Kevin
Guest 16-Aug-2005 05:02
I adore the way you work with available light. I've got a lot to learn from that.
Jose Reyes10-Aug-2005 20:33
Hi Bruce.
I love your gallery. I love the people expression you have captured. Just awesome.
Mihir 19-Jun-2005 06:43
Hi Bruce,

I am a Pune native but have been in the US for the last four years...haven't been able to make a trip home in all that time. I became interested in photography only about a year back and all I have been able to see of India is through photos on pbase or other sites. I must mention that my perspective has completely changed. I can see things about Indians which I never saw in the 24 years I lived there. To be honest, while in India I used to find beauty only in people who kept themselves well...which is a shame. But I can now really see the beauty and innocence in poor people too. The best thing I have learnt is that they are humans just like me.

Another thing I noticed is that unlike many other artists who photograph Indians, you have not unnecessarily focused on poverty. True, poverty is abundant and overwhelming, but I think India is more about what you've shown in your pictures. They are poor too, but I think most have a livelihood well enough of food, shelter and clothing.

I don't know much about photography, but your works feels truly superlative. I especially like the low light photos. Also, the infra red portraits are very sharp.

Best regards,
Mihir
Neti 09-Jun-2005 10:09
Hi Bruce,

I stumbled onto your gallery when I was googling to get the Pincode for sahyadri school and I must thank serendipity! Your gallery is awesome and I spent a lot of time here. I think you have exeptional talent and I found all of your pics captivating.

Warm regards,
Guest 23-May-2005 14:24
Bruce, good to see you've updated after a long hiatus. Your portraits have improved greatly. Thanks for sharing. BTW, what do you do for a living in India? Just curious.

Wayne
Guest 29-Apr-2005 06:27
hi bruce,
i am a ex-student of the first batch of Sahyadri School. Your pictures are so telling.
thanks so much for bringing back memories to me. What made you take a trip to SS? I'll surely pass around the word abt your images to my former classmates.
Nice images once again....
best,
rupa.
Angel Gonzalez Molero25-Apr-2005 11:58
Really interesting your work, focused in the people, really impressive
Congratulations
Peter Chou11-Feb-2005 00:05
Outstanding social documentary you have in your gallery! I really envy your proximity to such great subjects and your ability to capture them with such proximity and empathy! I am into documentary photography myself and I am humbled by your corpus of work. Do take a look at my humble gallery and I appreciate your advice and comments.
Guest 21-Jan-2005 14:11
Bruce,
Your photos are amazing. I have you marked as one of my favoites and I'm always excited to see any new work you have posted. There is so much emotion in every picture but I wouild love for you to write a little more about them. You have an eye to capture the raw beauty and most people wouldn't need words, but I enjoy reading about the people in your pictures and I try to get a grasp of what you were feeling at the time. Thanks for sharing your work and please keep it up.

Terri
Vincent Belford23-Dec-2004 14:09
Bruce,
Just an awesome collection of photography. I’ll be back for a closer look soon.
Vince
Toshi Clark 17-Dec-2004 03:17
Bruce,

Your portrait work is outstanding. I have a friend who has traveling around India for several months, and the combination of his writings and your photos gives great color and substance to the land and people.
Guest 14-Dec-2004 18:57
Bruce,
this is among the best pbase galleries and a great body of photojournalistic work. it's a very non-judgemental, raw, yet sensitive look into this beautiful culture. i hope to see more of it at many angles and aspects.

Wayne Huang
Yiannis Pavlis31-Oct-2004 04:21
my friend your photos are stunning .and i will be back to check from time to time thanks for share.Yiannis.
Guest 13-Aug-2004 19:25
Bruce, Honestly there are very few times that I come across a gallery of fotos where I literally go through every one, but this IS definitely one of those times. Your portrait work is simply outstanding... no nonsense fotos that speak IN VOLUMES to the heart of the viewer. And your documentary fotos are riveting. You really do a fine job of pulling me into each and every foto... telling me an incredibly rich story about life and about being human in difficult situations. To say I'm impressed would be a categorical understatement. Fantastic work AND vision! Bryan
Zane Paxton19-May-2004 06:45
Bruce,

I remain touched, moved and inspired by your work. Words seem inadequate to express the power and depth of your images. I will check back often.
Peterfree13-May-2004 19:57
Bruce, Im very impressed.
You did a fantastic job. Not only the amazing and wonderful pictures but also the quality of your work. You can see and feel your proudness in your work.
I add you to the list of my favourite artists.
Piet, peterfree, the Netherlands
Megan 29-Apr-2004 22:42
Bruce,
I was recently made aware of your work and sent a link to this site. I did not see another way to contact you so I will leave this in your guestbook. I handle PR work for a non-profit org. based in the US but whose work is in India. Our mission is to provide educational support and structure for children who are blind, deaf, mute, or mentally retarded. We are very interested in your photos and perhaps working with you. Might you be interested? If so, please feel free to contact me at meganloeser@pointscan.net.
Thanks!
Megan
Bharath 28-Apr-2004 20:19
Bruce,

I frequently view quite a bit of photography produced by friends and others and on the internet. However nothing I've looked at ever compelled me to dabble in photography as much as these portraits you shot.

Congratulations. That was an inspiring performance .
Guest 20-Mar-2004 03:55
I realy like your photos.i vote your gallery :)
Guest 10-Mar-2004 16:57
Hey Bruce
Thanks for taking time to check out my photos at
http://www.pbase.com/smallthinker/photography_for_the_blind
I was just wondering how hard is it to capture these images and what are the legalities involved? What techniques do you use when approaching people and asking them to take pictures and is there paperwork required when posting these pictures online or using for commercial purposes. I'm kind of new to photography and I have a greater interest in portraits then still-life, yet I don't want to infringe on the right so of others by snapping away without asking permission. Yet I find when I ask others to take pictures than I lose some of the candidness that adds so much more to the photo to me. Do you have any insight or suggestions for me? Please feel free to drop me a line in my guestbook or email me at TheMellowCat2000@yahoo.com. Take care and look forward to hearing from you.

Cheers,
Phil
Aron Digumarthi07-Mar-2004 22:03
Your photos are breathtaking, moving and eye opening. Thank you for taking such meaningful and beautiful pictures.
Mel 04-Mar-2004 14:42
Bruce,

This is a very compelling photo exhibit I enjoyed the energy that is displayed in them and I want to congratulate you on the work. Very good indeed.

Thank you,

Mel
Ann 04-Mar-2004 10:53
Wow seems like you are interested in the same things like me spooky!
Like to talk about your images, like the pottery and the forensic...
Ann
Paul Teixeira24-Jan-2004 17:46
Bruce, you've got some really good work here on display. Thanks for sharing them (and keep posting!).

Best regards,
Paul Teixeira
Guest 20-Jan-2004 21:20
Bruce, i just discover your gallery and i am impressed by your way of taking the power of this people in your shots, so many things to feel when i look at them, composition are fantastic, i especially love when you do double or tri portraits. Simply amazing, and thanks.
Arif Khan31-Dec-2003 20:24
It was such a pleasure to browse through your photo galleries. I am impressed with your work voted for it.

You are invited to visit my Hunza gallery at
http://www.pbase.com/arifakhan/h_u_n_z_a__the_valley_of_youth
Guest 25-Dec-2003 16:52
Very nice galleries... Your portraits are really alives !!
Guest 07-Dec-2003 03:36
the infrared is filter or softwarre
Joshua B 09-Oct-2003 01:35
Bruce, Josh here from the dpreview forum. Can you shoot me an e-mail at the1joshuab@comcast.net? Thanks!
DPal 16-Sep-2003 23:48
Nice pictures. Which part of India were you in?