Ethereal World by Govind Raj

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About Portfolio

The portfolio “Ethereal World” is the project prepared with different genres of photography. For instance Macro, Art & Culture, Portrait, Architecture, Abstract, Birds, Landscape, Food, and Fashion. This book is about the adjusted exposures in order to capture the true essence of the world. Coupled with strange, exciting, and memorable times with lots of fear, hope, and excitement about the uncertain arrival of situations. Moreover, tried to portray we as human beings are designed to be clubbed and stay together. Apart from that, maintain our mother earth as ease.

In this book, one will go through the ancient edifice of Udhayagiri caves and the vital openings in architecture photography. As India is famous for its ancient architecture and forts which has a history of more than 100 years. Furthermore, the voyage goes through the witch crafted colors by doing color splash. Moreover, it sails through the fashion photography. By the same token, illustrate the adequate athlete scenario. Coupled with, expressing the dramatic lighting styles as it creates mood and emotional effect. Thereupon, collaborating with baked dough. As mutli-gain food keeps us physically fit.

About The Author

govind raj ernakulam kerala

Govind Raj is from Ernakulam, Kerala. He believes that words alone cannot express everything. They may not always convey our message exactly the way we want it to be. But, photography is something that visually pleases the viewers as well as conveys the message directly to them. And that’s what brought him closer to the world of photography. Thereupon, he has completed his portfolio “Ethereal World”. Hence he is found very delighted while he is taking photographs. He has completed his Professional Diploma in Art of Photography from the Creative Hut Institute of Photography, Kerala, India.

Govind Raj, Ernakulam, Kerala. 

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All the photos and text in this post are copyright of Govind Raj, Creative Hut Institute of Photography. Their reproduction, full or part, is forbidden without the explicit approval of the rightful owners.