Photography is a form of expression that involves feeling, touching, and loving. What you’ve captured on sensor will last a lifetime. It recalls the tiniest details long after you’ve forgotten about everything.
A still life is typically a grouping of inanimate things that are organized as the subject in proper composition. It is an unique form where the entire emotion and mood are conveyed through each particular image. There are lot of elements that make it meaningful. The combination of light and dark, are one among them.
In photography, “sunshine” refers to the angle at which the light source, which may be artificial or natural, is set in reference to your subject. The final image’s clarity, tone, emotion, and a number of other reasons can all be impacted by the location and quality of the light.
My book titled “Chiaroscuro” is the portfolio book consisting different genres of advertising photography; namely product, jewelry, fashion, food and beverage photography. I love the lighting and the old look. So I added trendy subjects with a vintage look in these images. Light and dark are referred to as chiaroscuro. The great contrast between light (chiar) and dark (oscuro) in art is known as chiaroscuro. It helps in conveying a powerful and dramatic atmosphere in the images. Bold contrasts and strong feelings are the focus of chiaroscuro lighting. It is the ultimate creative playground as a result.
The use of stark contrast between light and dark is referred to as the dark and moody style, also known as chiaroscuro. Because I made the joy and pain hidden inside the people through my pictures. Including the food we eat I conveyed many different moods with my pictures.
The shine and charm that are reflected due to the light and dark combination here in the images represents the chiaroscuro feel making the images meaningful. Its gives a great feeling to capture the emotions of everything on earth and preserve those in the form of everlasting memories.
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