Ashok Sinha, a first-gen Indian immigrant and an MBA grad from New York University MBA, spent several years as an entrepreneur and in corporate America before dropping everything to pursue photography full-time. Now a successful freelancer, Sinha has worked in more than thirty countries for the likes of National Geographic, LIFE, and the Financial Times.
In Exacting Proportion, Sinha explores diverse communities under the prism of a collective horizon. In the photos, narrow bands of human habitation on the landscapes are dwarfed by massive skies overhead, putting the scale of communities in perspective. The photos are meant to "better understand the delicate balance that exists between us and the universe that we all share."\
Savor the images in their full-bodied, uncropped glory at Sinha's Photoshelter page.