Our heart tells us what to see, and our eyes determine how. A little mastery on the heart and a pair of tiny eyes is all we need to experience this world in our own way. The world is always personal, after all.
A series of photos on New York city, captured during my last visit there in December 2011. No tilt-shift lens/Lensbaby or post processing was used to create this effect. I breathed on my lenses to partially fog them so that parts of the frame I captured looked out of focus as I wanted.
About the photographer
Mohammad Moniruzzaman is a Bangladeshi Photographer who has been practicing photography since 2007. His photography represents the humans around him, in the well and in woe. His subjective approach to photo documentation results in images which reflects his own perspective on life.
He has been making images out of variegated aspects of life in Bangladesh for the last five years. Currently he is staying in United States where he is trying to visually translate the subtle aspects of western lifestyle.