Fatima-Tuj-Johora is an independent documentary photographer and photojournalist from Dhaka, Bangladesh. There’s one thing that gets her to do and excites her is photography that stands out from all the rest. Her interest is in making...
This series represents many things to us during the Covid-19 pandemic time. In these strange countless days, We all are trying to adapt to a new normal phenomenon. I look at the sky, look at the ground, look right at the left, there are thousands of scattered stories floating around there me. I used this treatment to turn my fantasies into visuals. So, I took all photos of this series in Black and White. Then I picked the floating imaginary colors from my mind and brushed the photos with them. Isolation forces us to tap into a new part of our creativity that we wouldn’t normally access. Everything is a bit confusing and up in the air, but still, everybody tries best to keep looking forward. During these pandemic days, many have been faced with their own personal insecurities about their appearance. Pandemic has changed the normal way of life and started an unusually difficult complex fade life. And in that situation, we all are trying differently from our site to turn back colors in life in a different way.