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Photographer Spotlight: Kadir Khan | iiOverseas
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Photographer Spotlight: Kadir Khan | iiOverseas

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Inspiro India Official

Blog | Inspiration | Photography

17 December 2017

Photographer Spotlight: Kadir Khan | iiOverseas

The immense love and support from you ‘Creative Heads’ has been surreal over the past few years. Inspiro India wishes to grow with the growing creative community.
We’re continuously working to bring great content to anyone and everyone following us on various platforms.

The end of the year calls for a new fortnightly ‘Overseas Feature’ representing ‘Creative Heads’ from all over the globe.
Inspiro India brings to you the first ‘iiOverseas‘ from our very own neighbouring country, Pakistan.

 

Kadir Khan has always considered himself to be an artist, he used to draw and doodle on his notebook and still does to this date. When he was 16, he finally picked up a camera and realised how it made perfect sense to him. ‘I needed a quick way to create content and distort viewer perception in order to design artistic illusions. I had no clue what I was doing but I think that’s what made it so appealing’, says the photographer.

 

Kadir Khan // Photo by Usamah Hussain

 

A free soul, Kadir loves Portrait, Food and Fashion Photography. He believes the fancy things marketed to photographers are all tools that may or may not be necessary to execute a certain idea. Technology shouldn’t let anyone define one’s way of working neither is accepting a photography style that important. He tries to portray the free soul he reckons himself to be through his alluring images.

 

‘I’m learning every day something new and I’m quite content with what I do’, he says, more than content with the images he creates. If not photography, Khan would’ve probably become a musician, another aspect which appeals to him other than photography.

 

Kadir loves to work on ‘Portraits’. He uses a Canon Mark III or Canon Mark IV along with various prime lenses for photography. He makes use of Lightroom and Photoshop for post-processing the images.

 

He also computes his day to be slow, spent in creating art. Inspiration was derived from his fellow photographers who have taught him a lot, one of them being Usman Malkani.

 

To achieve captivating results in photography, the photographer suggests to practice and experiment a lot. Kadir Khan’s artistic spirit suggests the readers to always follow instinct and stay focused!

 

Images by ©Kadir Khan

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