Creative photography is a technique in which you use your photographic talents to blend diverse shapes, colours, and forms of ordinary moments and convert them into creative artworks. Being creative in photography requires coming up with new creative photo ideas and inspiration, and at same time needs to apply creativity in various shapes and forms. This portfolio book of mine named “MAGIC DECOR” is a small effort covering various creative images captured indoors as well as outdoors.
An image that has been purposefully altered to make it more distinctive is referred to as creative photography. To be deemed creative, a photograph must be taken with the intention of conveying a message. Every photo needs to convey a story to the viewers. The creative component in it should only be used to support this message. Creative photography contains an extra element (or elements) that are intentionally used to improve the photo from its original state.
My portfolio consists of seven segments, each with its own set of techniques and unique Photography. including abstract, refraction, lightning, landscape, motion, wildlife, creative and photojournalism .
Photography is the art, science, and practise of making long-lasting images by capturing light either electronically with an image sensor or chemically using a light-sensitive substance like photographic film. Photography is the result of combining several technical discoveries, relating to seeing an image and capturing the image. It’s a positive way of looking at one of the differences between traditional art and photography. A photograph captures a moment in time in its actuality, whereas something like a painting or drawing, however accurate is essentially a rendering of whatever the artist chooses to see.
The artist use the camera as yet another instrument in the creation of a piece of art.It is not about capturing what the camera sees; it is about capturing what the artist sees.
All the photos and text in this post are copyright of Aravindh A V,from Palakkad, Creative Hut Institute of Photography. Their reproduction, full or part, is forbidden without the explicit approval of the rightful owners.