past spring, The Tibetan Photo Project was able to upgrade Lobsang
to an Olympus Stylus point and shoot camera. This will go a long
way in making it possible to create higher quality and bigger
enlargements for future exhibits. This gallery offers a look at
a sampling from the first 8 rolls sent by Lobsang.
seeing the exhibit at Antioch University in Santa Barbara, Tom
Stone donated a Pentax Spotmatic that went to Dharamsala and will
be used for production stills for “Voices in Exile.” (See links
to “Voices in Exile” in galleries 13 and 18 on the menu to the
Deslippe has donated a Nikon 6006 to Lobsang that will further
continue the effort to improve the quality of his photos.
is now trying to mount and create shows of 8x10 prints in India.
John Kittridge heped get Lobsang's project started with a generous
donation. If you would like to help Lobsang build his exhibits
in India, drop us an email at
and we will give you the details.
wishing to donate a camera or funds should contact us by e-mail
Do not send cameras. We will make give you the details for shipping
directly to India. While we have been working with a generous
donation of 50 recyclable cameras from Daniel Carp, CEO for Eastman
Kodak,we are making every effort to upgrade the quality of the
images so please only inquire regarding quality, well-maintained
run on a shoestring. If you would like to donate money, please
click the donate button on the menu at the left or you can send
checks to The Tibetan Photo Project
Tibetan Photo Project
PO Box 9000-517
Carlsbad , CA 92009
Tibetan Photo Project does not have nonprofit status and donations
are not tax deductible. We hope to apply for such status this
images will be up soon, please keep checking back and until then
enjoy Lobsang's fantastic insightful images in Galley's #8,