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The Taj Mahal: 18 Images from Traditional to Unique

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The Taj Mahal is one of the most photographed buildings in the world. While there is no doubt that a good photographer can get a great shot of the Taj from front on in the traditional way it is photographed, many photographers also show that it is possible to get some unique and original images of the building by changing everything from the angles to the time of day to post production. We think this collection shows the variety in which this beautiful building can be photographed for stunningly different results.

Photo by Angus MacRae
Photo by Nishanth Jois
Photo by David Gil
Photo by Bruno Girin
Photo by Grant Matthews
Photo by Rohan Babu
Photo by Kevin Jones
Photo by Ramesh NG
Photo by Andrew Turner
Photo by Honza Soukup
Photo by Honza Soukup
Photo by Steve Hicks
Photo by Footprint Books
Photo by Steve Hicks
Photo by Mithun P S
Photo by Tom Maisey
Photo by Lian Chang
Photo by Carol Mitchell




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