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Life is Hard

503. Life is Hard
Photo By: Jitendra Bajracharya
Posted Date: 17th January, 2012

Photo Description:
A year old toddler ‘Biraj Majhi’ crawls around the field while his mother cleans morning dishes nearby. Both mother and father work as a brick maker in a nearby Brick Kiln at Phariping and together they prepare 1400 bricks on a good day. There are about 750 brick factories in the country and most factories exploit the poor people and children.

Camera Specifications:
Camera Model: NIKON D700
F-stop: f/4
Exposure Time: 1/3200 sec
ISO Speed: ISO 200
Exposure Bias: +0.3 step
Focal Length: 24mm

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