Canadian photographer Lana Slezic photographs from the heart and with an eye for light that is sublime. Her study of the reality of life in Afghanistan – focusing heavily on the struggles of its women – is honest, raw and loving. Though her photographs are gripping and sad beyond words, they are exquisitely beautiful.
The series A Window Inside was taken through-the-lens of a camera used to take identification portraits and is a perfect example of her passion for light. It’s a soft counterbalance to her other photos, which showcase the impossible conditions most of the female population exists in places like Afghanistan and Croatia.
Please check it out.
And check out her website as well.