THE BEGINNING OF INDIA

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ESCAPING HEAT AND HUSTLE OF DELHI BY FLYING DIRECTLY TO LEH IN THE EARLY MORNING. THE KARAKORAM RANGE WAS BREATHTAKINGLY ENDLESS. I SWEAR I SAW K2. DROOL. I LOVE FLIGHTS OVER THE MOUNTAINS. THIS IS THE BEGINNING OF 6 MONTHS IN INDIA.

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Originally from the flat lands of the Midwest, Emily has journeyed far from home connecting with cultures and perspectives from around the world. As a National Geographic Travel contributor Emily views photography as a means to inquire into the human experience and our relationship to the lands we inhabit. Currently Emily splits her time between Nepal and California collaborating with like minded clients while working on personal projects.

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  1. Truman Crapo says:

    I just love your photography and aspire to be a photographer in the future. I am 17 and I was wondering what kind of job opportunities or ideas that you have for me to look for, becuase I am only 17 and I want to fill my portfolio for jobs in the future. So if you have any ideas please coeny i would love that!

    • Hi, Late reply here….Well. The best advice I have is to keep shooting and keep exploring. Whatever you see in the photo world that you like best that resonates with you the most on a personal level. Go from there. Start with what you love and work around that. Then find out what market there is to sell your work to or to promote yourself for assignments. Either way it’s a lot of work and you have to want it. If you don’t, someone else will get it 🙂 GOOD LUCK!

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