In the age of the selfie, it can be hard to remember that not everyone has a camera, and even harder to imagine that some people in the world don't even own a photo of themselves or their family.
Growing up, on her regular trips to her birthplace of Kolkata, India, film editor Bipasha Shom frequently photographed the people she met. One of the big things that struck her was the fact that a large number of people did not have any family photos. So, as a teenager, she would bring the subjects back the photos that she took of them.
"It was hard for me to imagine a world where a picture of your child was a luxury item," she told mindbodygreen in an email.
So, on her latest trip to India, she and her husband, Chris Manley, the Emmy-nominated cinematographer of Mad Men, decided to do something about it.