Photography is all about Capturing Moments and events with more Creative and Innovative Ideas. Every person, in my opinion, has an art that provides them with positive energy to start creating. As photography is linked to art, the pictures become much more beautiful and meaningful. Now let me tell you about my book name, “Artistic Illusions,” and how it connects to photography.
Practicing new Creative Ideas and creating a clean work that can appear more inventive and important is what it means to be artistic. Art is a form of innovation and continuous learning where someone can engage in some activities to develop their skills while continuing to practice to achieve excellence. The use of artistic techniques (such as perspective or shade) in a work of art to create the illusion of reality is known as Illusion. Illusion is defined as something that is not real but appears to be so. It’s a trick that makes the unreal appear real.
Now I’ll explain what photography is and how it relates to the art of creating illusions. Photography is the art, science, and practice of capturing and preserving images by recording light, either electronically with an image sensor or chemically with a light-sensitive material like photographic film.
It has a wide range of applications in research, manufacturing, and business, as well as more direct application in art, film and video production, entertainment, hobbies, and mass communication. Advancements in technology allowed photographers to edit their pictures to meet their artistic expression, resulting in photography being an art form. With my imagination and unique artistic captures, I have done various experiments and made good pictures that look real in my book of artistic illusions. Refraction, abstract, lighting, creative, landscape, photojournalism, and magnificent man-made architecture are some of the subjects I’ve worked on.
All the Photos and text in this post are copyright of Paladugu Raja Sekhar, from Andhra Pradesh, Creative Hut Institute of Photography. Their reproduction, full or part, is forbidden without the explicit approval of the rightful owners.