Kashmir : 3 weeks, 3 minutes to show 3 acts : Beauty, hospitality and tragedy.

In 3 weeks exploring Kashmir, i experienced an overwhelming contrast of beauty, hospitality, and tragedy.
This video is what i saw, in 3 minutes.

This is my video-attempt to make people aware of this misunderstood part of the world, spread the word, and try to make things change.

In the XIII century, Kashmir was described by Persians poets as Heaven on Earth.
Since the Independence in 1947, Kashmir initially decided to remain independent, choosing not to become a part of either Pakistan or India.
Since then, this Heaven slowly faded to a place where blood spilling is part of daily life.
But the Kashmiri people is the most welcoming and hospitable on earth, taking life in such an easy way, that is sometimes hard to believe that it’s sadly a war zone.

Shot alomost only on 28mm in 4K.


Music : Armand Amar — Civilizations
Hugs to Dad, Pierre, Mathieu Maury, and Ninie ❤

Gear :
28mm lenses
DJI Mavic

I make visual candies

Ongoing doctor, travel enthusiastic, and photography lover for more than ten years, Stanislas quickly stands out with its own visual poetry style, recognizable by its surgical edits that spread around the internet since a few years. With more than 1,200,000 cumulated unique views, his last projects have notably been praised by National Geographic, Canal+, Fubiz, Typostrate, Gizmodo, and BBC Travel Show

I'd love to hear from you