This is a Photostory made on Portraits as part of Photojournalism. Furthermore, the author has taken these photographs from and around Pushkar and Varanasi. Thereupon, tried to behold the beauty of portraits.
“A portrait is one that makes a person think that brings up a specific mood, interesting all through the posed looks. It is still an amazing but candid portrait is more attractive”.
Pushkar and Varanasi have been spotted for portrait and street cultural activities. Moreover, it is said to be a creation of God. And the perfect spot for portrait photography.
The portraits are the most difficult subject to reproduce photographically. Because skin color can be very significant depending on lighting conditions. Hence, to focus on the subject and to blur the background, I used a 70-200mm canon lens.
Madhusudhan, Bangalore, Karnataka, India
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