There are a lot of ways where we can convey our thoughts and feelings to others. Usually, if the people who know you and are close to you can understand those feelings very easily. But it might be difficult to make the same things understandable to others who might not know who you are. For me, Photography fills this gap of understanding.
As a photographer, I realize that I am the one who passes the message and conveys the emotions and feelings through the frames. Therefore, audiences and subjects both sometimes might be unknown. And as a photographer, it is the greater responsibility to connect these two major elements that are the subject as well as the viewer.
My portfolio book “CONTENTED “is an effort to bring forth different genres of photography together. Therefore, the art in the Architectures, the expressions in the Portraits, the experiences of the Streets, the commercial impact of the Products, Food, and Fashion Photography are conveyed through this book. Forthwith, photography is a medium and the photographer is the mediator. Moreover, this book is the collection of those images that conveys the emotions, art, and expressions, of the traditional, trendy, and commercial uses in photography.
Josto Johnson, Kasaragod, Kerala
Josto Johnson is from Kasaragod, Kerala. He loves to capture moments as happen. He is interested in advertisement photography and cinematography. Photography is a medium and the Photographer is the mediator. Coupled with, as a photographer, he realized that he was the one who passes the message and conveys the emotions and feelings through the frames. Moreover, he is interested to create content to share his thoughts and views. He always ensures the right quality in his works. Furthermore, he has completed his Professional Diploma in Art of photography from Creative hut Institute of Photography, Kerala, India.
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