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10 Must Follow Pakistani Photographers on Instagram

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Pakistani Photographers on Instagram to Follow – Photo: TECHJUICE

Photography is a God-Gifted Art. These Pakistani Photographers on Instagram are creating magic out of that Art!

Here we bring you the best Pakistani Photographers to follow on Instagram;

10. Jay (@unmaderhyme)

– Shoot Me! – #GramTheGrammers

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A minimalist…

9. Aliya (@ImranAliya)

اف یہ سناٹا کہ آہٹ تک نہ ہو جس میں مخل زندگی میں اس قدر ہم نے سکوں پایا نہ تھ Qateel Shifai Uff yeh sunnaata keh aahat tak naa ho jis mein mukhil Zindagi mein iss qadr hum nay sukoon paaya naa tha

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Random shots with poetry are life!

8. Karachi Chai Wala (@karachichaiwalla)

phoonk

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Karachi is the urban center of Pakistan. What’s more, dislike how it’s depicted on the media with all the road violations and everything. Karachichaiwalla catches the genuine embodiment of Karachi road life in an imaginative way, one which is difficult to simply cruise by. From a channa walla (all the more normally known as the makkayi waala) to the doodh patti waala – all photos have a story to share.

7. Fahad Ur Rehman Khan (@FahadUrRehmanKhan)

"Hello" #Park #Beautiful #PhotoOfTheDay #photography #Karachi #pakistan #Photo #photos

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In the event that you are an enthusiast of some extraordinary photography of pretty much everything, be it sustenance or verifiable engineering or only an arbitrary grand snap of the mists development, this is the record to take after. The aggregate nonappearance of selfies is a special reward.

6. Humans of Pakistan (@humansofpakistan)

I was living a simple life, without any big dreams. Just like any other ordinary girl. My life changed when I got engaged to a guy who liked me. We started meeting each other with the permission of our families. One day, he invited me over to his house to meet some of his relatives. When I reached there, I saw that it was only his mother and sister. They put a long list of demands in front of me, including things like not talking in Pashto and not using social media or mobile at all. When I asked them how can I possibly leave my mother tongue and my friends, my fiancé became offended. He started abusing me verbally and then both him and his mother started beating me. His sister didn’t even try to save me. I didn’t understand what was happening until my family found me thrown out of the car in the middle of nowhere. I ended up in the ICU. My parents called off the engagement and I cut myself off from the world. They did not stop and kept creating problems in my life. I was freelancing and teaching Quran to children overseas. I had trusted him and had given all my social media details prior to separation. He used those to contact the families of my students to put false allegations on me that I belong to Lower Dir and belong to a family of terrorists and Taliban. In severe depression, I knew there is not anyone I can trust or rely on! I was looking for distraction and one day, I came across a paragliding course offered by Pakistan Army. I told my family that I want to join it. They didn’t allow me first because they thought I wasn’t thinking clearly and that I am still in danger, but they realized that it’s important for me to have a break. After joining that course, my life changed. I met amazing people who helped to get out from that destructive phase. One of the girls introduced me to cycling. It was a new thing for me and we decided to go from Islamabad to Kunjerab Pass on cycles. It was a life changing trip for me. I met so many amazing people who changed my perspective towards life. People often ask me that how is it possible for me to do all this as I belong to lower Dir which is considered very conservative area. I answer that I adopted my values……

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Pakistan’s first intagram telling stories through photographs!

5. Nida Alvi (@nidalvi_)

Sunset 19th Feb 2017!

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An energetic record with some dazzling pictures from all over Pakistan. Ehtisham Ahmad posts probably the most stunning pictures from covering diverse parts of general life. An absolute necessity take after for photography fans.

4. IG Pakistan (@ig_pakistan)

Collection of best photos from all across Pakistan!

3. Aamir (@s_aamer)

This time last year // #mydubai

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A karachiite in Toronto!

2. Travel Beautiful Pakistan (@travelbeautifulpakistan)

Stories from all around Pakistan!

1. Mobeen Ansari (@mobeenansariphoto)

Under the skies of Ishkarwaz #broghil #chitral #wakhancorridor #pakistan #milkyway #stars #tents #camping #travel

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Pakistan’s best shutterbug!

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