Focus the Frame by Arjun A Raj

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About Portfolio

The portfolio “Focus The Frame” is the project prepared with different genres of photography. For instance Portrait, Art & Culture, Architecture, Landscape, Birds, Macro, Abstract, Street, Product, Fashion, and Food. This book is about focusing on frames through the reflections of light. As the world is filled with a variety of abstract and unique frames that can bring out the different aspects. Through this book, one can witness the different frames such as fun, personality, future, optimism, fantasy, and senses.

In this book, one will go through the art of sound i.e, Chenda. As it is mainly used in Hindu temple festivals as a religious art form. Furthermore, in portrait photography, the empowerment of women is portrayed. Because women are considered multitasking lifeblood, enhancing the fragrance of beauty of the universe. By the same token, there is a question of mind over matter,i.e, age. Moreover, one interesting thing the viewers will go through will the enigmatic of black and white series. As white is the combination of all colors of light. And black is the shade of white. Thereupon, to emphasize other colors, simple things got used up in macro photography.

About The Author

arjun a raj chengannur kerala

Arjun A Raj is from Chengannur, Kerala. Becoming a photographer was a fantasy for him. According to him, photography is not just clicking and publishing the images. But there are some factual things behind the photography that only a photographer can experience. Explicitly, he has completed his portfolio “Focus The Frame” with grace. Moreover, he believes that photography is where the camera is the weapon and talent is as follows. He has completed his Professional Diploma in Art of Photography from the Creative Hut Institute of Photography, Kerala, India.

Arjun A Raj, Chengannur, Kerala. 

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