Photography : “spare” inspiration

Tweet During my trip to Jaipur, i was exploring the ancient Indian forts. As I explored the beautiful architecture of the forts, the Sparse landscapes outside the fort astonished me. Rajasthan (Jaipur is located in this state) is home to India’s largest desert. The combination of this landscape along with human art is probably the …

Vibrant Photos – Attempt to lift spirits

Three unique formations that form a good click

Boundaries : A fenced area or a place that imposes limits

Tweet Boundaries impose limits on us, whether they’re social constructs or real, physical objects. They’re there to stop us from doing or saying what we actually want to. But they also give structure to our actions and frame our movements. In photography, they help our eyes make sense of what we see and convey a …

Grid is the centerpiece of my photos

Tweet As photographers, we often envision grids over scenes we’re shooting to hone in on that just-so composition — goodness knows we’ve talked enough here about the rule of thirds, one of the simplest and most effective ways to use a grid to improve our photographs. Some of us also use grid overlays baked into …

Monochromatic

Macro photography – Close Up

Splitting my canvas in two : Half and Half

Symbols Photography: Represent intangible things

Tweet Symbolism is uniquely human. We use symbols to represent intangible things like our beliefs and emotions, and to convert the abstract into something understandable. We may also use symbols to simplify and convey information. Photography is often the same; an image illustrates a single moment in time, or captures an object in perpetuity. Much …

DOOR – a symbol of beginning, a journey forward or inward, a mark of one’s home, or even a step into the unknown