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Tshering Tobgay
Environmentalist, FEB 2020
Tshering Tobgay
Shneel Malik
Design & Tech, FEB 2020
Shneel Malik
Dr. Shashi Tharoor
FEB 2020, Inspire
Dr. Shashi Tharoor
Jigyasa Labroo
FEB 2020, Performance
Jigyasa Labroo
Jay Walder
FEB 2020, Technology
Jay Walder
Danish Siddiqui
FEB 2020, Photography
Danish Siddiqui
Nirupa Rao
FEB 2020
Nirupa Rao
Anjan Chatterjee
FEB 2020, Think / Re-Think
Anjan Chatterjee
Yuval Mor
FEB 2020, Health
Yuval Mor
Richard Bona & Kailash Kher
FEB 2020, Music
Richard Bona & Kailash Kher
Oded Shoseyov
Bio-Tech, FEB 2020
Oded Shoseyov
Tom Thum
FEB 2020, Music
Tom Thum
Lily Peng
FEB 2020, Health
Lily Peng
Dr. Shruti Kapoor
FEB 2020, Think / Re-Think
Dr. Shruti Kapoor
Karen Hao
FEB 2020, Journalism
Karen Hao
Vrishab Krishna
FEB 2020, Prodigy
Vrishab Krishna
Rishab Jain
FEB 2020, Prodigy
Rishab Jain
Hajer Sharief
Activism, FEB 2020
Hajer Sharief
Gangadhar Patil
FEB 2020, Journalism
Gangadhar Patil
Bruce Friedrich
FEB 2020, Food
Bruce Friedrich
Eli Beer
FEB 2020, Think / Re-Think
Eli Beer
Lili Haydn & Opium Moon
FEB 2020, Music
Lili Haydn & Opium Moon
Rives
Explore, FEB 2018, FEB 2020
Rives
Mystery Speaker 1
FEB 2020
Mystery Speaker 1
Mystery Speaker 2
FEB 2020
Mystery Speaker 2

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Adam Magyar

Photographer and Artist

http://www.magyaradam.com/


Traveller, artist, visualizer and a self-taught photographer who is taking the world by storm; it wouldn’t be wrong to call this high-school dropout the Einstein of photography. Adam has successfully invented a new technique of photography which allows him to take high-resolution photos of speeding trains and passengers in the subway and turn this footage of seconds into minutes, allowing his audience to get a slow glimpse into the fast-paced human life.

Born in Hungary, Magyar started taking pictures in his late twenties. A traveller at heart, he wandered through Asia and captured images of Indian street vendors, holy men, and students. His work evolved rapidly from conventional documentary photography to surreal, radically experimental imagery that reflected his obsession with finding innovative new uses for digital technology.

Magyar has with his latest invention, managed to bend the conventional representations of time and space, stretching milliseconds into minutes, freezing moments with a resolution that the naked eye could never have perceived.