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This photograph is a part of a series on Indian musicians. In this image i have captured ANIL CHAWLA, a young and very talented delhi musician

Between using the color filters on your lights, the reflection of piano keys in his glasses and your unique composition you make this musician look like a scientist from a scientific fiction movie and I love it! I have never seen a musician's environment portrait like this one and I love when I'm surprised by a photograph I've never seen before. You have captured his passion by choosing to photograph him looking at the piano and not the camera. I love this, so well done!

Kristen McNicholas
Associate Photo Editor, Nat Geo Your Shot