Photography is the art of capturing light with a camera. There are many different types of photography, such as landscape, macro, wildlife, portrait, documentary, fashion, travel & event photography. Light, subject, emotion, and composition are all critical elements of a good and perfect photograph. I want my images to evoke a narrative, but in a way that is open to interpretation. My portfolio “Memories Preserved” is fabricated because I love the ability to control what happens.
The images which I captured were influenced by environment & location. My images are not always about people I photograph, instead, I see them as actors playing apart. Therefore, it should be important that there must be a connection between the location & the people I photograph. My photographs are also a language that doesn’t require any kind of words, only the emotions of the photograph will speak. By this portfolio, I am showing the memories which I collected during my shoot.
By the same token, I tried to capture my old memories. Because I love to capture the moment what I see at that time, the true emotions of people while doing Street & Portrait photography, the adventure felt while Landscape photography was grateful. Furthermore, it required great patience while shooting bird’s photography. And it was more awesome to shoot Product & Food Photography. Everything will be remembered as one of my great memories.
Shanmukh CH, Vijayawada, A.P
Shanmukh C H is from Vijayawada, A.P. Photography is a part of our everyday life. It is a way to express ourselves by capturing the emotions and activities around us. Whether it is a photograph of people or the photographs of the natural subject it creates a mood. In light of that, he has showcased his portfolio “Memories Preserved”. Furthermore, He has completed his Professional Diploma in Art of photography from Creative hut Institute of Photography, Kerala, India.
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