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8 Photographs of Jaipur from the ‘Follow Me’ series by Murad Osmann


Murad Osmann is a Russian photographer based in Moscow. He initiated the ‘Follow Me To’ series with his wife (then-girlfriend) Natalia Zakharova, which went viral in 2012. Osmann being a photographer used to stop at every other spot to take photos. His wife Natalia used to get annoyed by his habit of stopping every now and then and thus, she would pull him away. But meanwhile Osmann took photographs while she was pulling him and this sparked the ‘Follow Me’ series.

So, it was actually Natalia’s impatience that gave birth to the ‘Follow Me’ series which has since become a social media phenomenon. Osman currently has 4.1 million followers on his Instagram account. He also revealed that originally all #FollowMe photos were captured using his iPhone. However, now Osmann has bought a DSLR camera to have a wider field of view.

Let’s see Jaipur as captured in the Follow Me To series by Murad Osmann!

1. Colourful photograph of Osmann’s beautiful wife at Birla Mandir

2. Osmann capturing his wife at Chand Baori steps

3. Vibrant shots with elephants at Amer Fort

4. Amazing architecture of old times and Osmann’s beautiful looking wife

5. Natalia looking up to Hawa Mahal, an iconic structure of the Jaipur city

6. Stepping down at some Baori

7. Another beautiful snap while climbing up the historic Amer Fort

8. One more from the same location; perhaps the pair loved the ambience of Amer Fort and the elephants!

 


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