Tall, handsome and with a can-do attitude, Ranjith Kally had a way of making his presence felt.
The anti-apartheid photographer who died aged 91 on Tuesday was “discovered” by the white art establishment when he was invited to exhibit at the Goodman Gallery in Johannesburg in 2004.
But Ranjit was part of a small number of Indian and black news photographers with very little education who came from
A THOUSAND WORDS A dance scene captured by Ranjith Kally at a jazz club in the 1960s
VISIONARY Iconic picture of Chief Albert Luthuli at his home