Photography: Let's go exploring up mountains with with amazing photographer Sara Naim

Date
30 October 2013
Reading Time
1 minute read

You know that little square in the middle of a viewfinder of a camera that subtly “suggests” that maybe you should “aim” your camera at “something?” Well the reason that’s there is that if you use it, you will end up with better photographic results (take note aimless iPhone photographers.) A good example of someone who uses this magic square is Sara Naim whose latest project Bhumi + Loga captures extraordinary humans, animals and top-knots trekking through rough and tropical terrain. The one thing they have in common is that they are all the centre of the photograph, making for a truly simple and beautiful series of travelling portraits indeed.

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Sara Naim: Bhumi + Loga

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Sara Naim: Bhumi + Loga

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Sara Naim: Bhumi + Loga

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Sara Naim: Bhumi + Loga

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Sara Naim: Bhumi + Loga

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Sara Naim: Bhumi + Loga

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Sara Naim: Bhumi + Loga

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Sara Naim: Bhumi + Loga

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Sara Naim: Bhumi + Loga

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Liv Siddall

Liv joined It’s Nice That as an intern in 2011 and worked across online, print and events, and was latterly Features Editor before leaving in May 2015.

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