The portfolio “Stories Written With Light” is the project prepared with different genres of photography. For instance Landscape, Portrait, Art & Culture, Architecture, Abstract, Birds, Wildlife, Fashion, Food, Product, and Macro. This book is all about how photographers play with light. To get artistic digitalized photographs for the viewers. Art is not in the medium itself. Rather, it is in the vision, execution, and reception of the message. Even common things become great subjects when seen through an artistic perspective. Nevertheless, it binds an individual to follow certain rules. In fact, emphasis to bring a new creativity every time.
In this portfolio, one can witness 3 different types of art & culture. Because Kerala has a rich cultural heritage. The state is known for its cultures not only in India. But, throughout the world. Most importantly, it is listed in the “Top 10 paradises of the World” by National Geographic Traveler Magazine. Along with that, viewers will witness the journey of a tiny world of imagination. As imagination is something that takes one into a world that doesn’t exist. On the other hand, it also helps to taste the fantasy in things that never happened.
About the Author
Abhishek Dhupar is from Ropar Punjab. Being a photography student, people often ask him ‘What is photography?’. By definition, it means drawing with light. Technically, to compose the frame and balancing the light. But, he thinks getting a feel or an emotion in an image is Photography. Moreover, he says that the best thing about photography is that it never stops teaching you. And he illustrated it through his portfolio “Stories Written With Light”. The more you get into it, the more are the things you have to learn. He has completed his Professional Diploma in Art of Photography from the Creative Hut Institute of Photography, Kerala, India.
Abhishek Dhupar, Ropar, Punjab.
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