The portfolio “Pictorial Passage” is the project prepared with different genres of photography. For instance Landscape, Macro, Portrait & Street, Abstract, Birds, Architecture, Art & Culture, Product, Fashion, and Wedding. The pictorial representation simply means every picture will communicate a fact, touches one’s heart, and change perception after witnessing the book. It has covered parts of South India (i,e. Kerala, and Tamil Nadu). Along with that, covered the spiritual capital of India, i.e. Varanasi. It’s worth a trip down to memory lane in a minimalistic way.
India is a virtuous country. Where one believes that there is beauty in simplicity. But, dwelling deeper in the art of simple thinking. One gets to know that it has something as complex as it is simple. Furthermore, it all depends on the viewer’s perception. Although, the minimalist photographs give the viewer the complete liberty to use the perception. But, not all the photos could be understood by everyone. And, that’s the beauty of this art. The main highlight of this book is wedding photography, which has been showcased comically.
Mrinal Bhushan, Banka, Bihar, India
Mrinal Bhushan is from Banka, Bihar. He is a very passionate and creative Wedding Photographer. In his words, composing and framing every shot is the best part he loves about Photography. And has completed his portfolio “Pictorial Passage”. As he says, it is not only about clicking the best photographs, but it is also how much creative your image is. He has completed his Professional Diploma in Art of Photography from Creative hut Institute of Photography, Kerala.
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