Here in this display I have created a different view for you to have a look at, it's a new collection called "Art & A… Read More
Hello Friends and Clients,
Here in this display I have created a different view for you to have a look at, it's a new collection called "Art & Abstract From Around".
This is a B/W collection because the black and white effect is used by artists and fashion photographers to create abstracts or ‘other worldly’ images this is my motive for you people to feel. Since color is not available to draw the viewers eye into the photo, the use of lights and darks are all-important in black and white photography.
I am an artist who mainly works for himself also for the requirement of my clients. I respect the constructive criticism and comments from others from the same industry. I love these pictures as they give me a new feeling of freedom and interpretation of sensory information in order to fabricate a mental representation through the process of transformation.
Photography is the art, science and practice of creating durable images by recording light or other electromagnetic radiation, either chemically by means of a light-sensitive material such as photographic film, or electronically by means of an image sensor.
Photo manipulation is the application of image editing techniques to photographs in order to create an illusion or deception (in contrast to mere enhancement or correction), through analog or digital means. Read Less
This image describes the heights of Himalaya and the fluttering flags. As rugged as they call it Spiti Valley.
This picture is a plant found on the Himalayan trails.
Interesting composition of the window here from a hotel room in Himachal.
Another picture from Spiti Valleys second most highest motor able village. This picture draws your gaze towards the village Kibber.
This is a frame with the railway tracks, the life line of India. These criss-crossing tracks and vertical electricity poles create a story of geometric sense, but the lines can't distract from the human element who survive the life of poverty.
The entire scheme of this picture is the composition and how the light falls on it. The angle of this picture + the lighting makes it more creative and abstract.
A metal skull key ring with the strong image of an everlasting material.
This particular picture is very simply taken looking into a rugged and dirty glass. I try to show, how simple is it to look at everything around. Everything has some magic in it and are valuable if not salable but good for a story or a composition of pictures.
This picture from the Pushkar fair depicts daily life during the fare. The man on the Camel cart is chatting to the wood seller on the extreme left of this frame about the cost of lumber.
A young girl standing close to the Arabian sea in Bandra West, Mumbai.
This picture captures the entire geometric, symmetric and interested frame of the window.
A capture as well as creation of droplets from the window of my room back home. These droplets in a juxtaposition create a style of rain falling in the frame and look so realistic. With the stairs also looking dramatically on & off / here & there....
The focus is on the Nandi which is now universally supposed to be the name for the bull which serves as the mount of the Indian god Shiva. In the backdrop of Nandi is the Lingam, which is a representation of the Hindu deity Shiva used for worship in temples.
This beautiful shot was taken from a moving train in India. The way the electricity poles are stuck one after the other except the fifth is tilted downwards and the tree on the left with a biker driving towards me and a crow in the left is making it one of the most amazing art pieces.