The portfolio “Unraveled Journal” is the project prepared with different genres of photography. For instance Macro, Architecture, Birds, Landscape, Art & Culture, Portrait, Abstract, Fashion, and Product. This book is about portraying a gala and relaxing life rather than the plasticated one. As humans always lead them into the conclusion of life is hard. But surprisingly, life is easy when one realizes the self-worth or one’s true self. Because one has the ability to row their life through the ocean of emotions. In order to reach the cradle of peace. Furthermore, when one becomes the passenger it’s up to them either to jump and swim in the hope or to get stranded in a boat to meet fate.
In this book, one will witness the spirit of aves and king of fishers in birds photography. As birds symbolize the freedom or in other words, they prove that the sky has no limit to fly over. Moreover, they are wonderful creatures to photograph on a daily basis. Furthermore, in art and culture photography, one can go through 5 different types of cultures in Kerala. That are Kathakali, Bharathanatyam, Theyyam, Kuchipudi, and Barani. Moreover, the journey continues through the unreal faces of Varanasi. By all means, revealed the true face of Hindu culture and the level of religious extremism.
Benson K Thomas, Pathanamthitta, Kerala
Benson is from Pathanamthitta, Kerala. Being a travel photographer, he always tries to deliver images that are less manipulated. To him, travel is a way of life. He has always dreamed of adding the word professional to his travel lifestyle. Henceforth, he has completed his portfolio “Unraveled Journal”. Doing what he loves is his way of measuring success and this book is the proof of his stepping stone. He has completed his Professional Diploma in Art of Photography from the Creative Hut Institute of Photography, Kerala, India.
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