The portfolio “Photo Perfection” is the project prepared with different genres of photography. For instance Macro, Birds, Portrait, Animals, Landscape, Architecture, Abstract, Product, and Fashion. Through this book, he wants to reach out to the audience. To change one thing about photography. In the first place, photography and perfect timing are not that simple. It takes a lot of effort, observation, patience, and several retakes to get a perfectly timed picture. As painters use brushes and paints, illustrators use markers, inks, etc. Likewise, photographers use their cameras to express their vision. The only difference is the tools used to express.
For every category different kinds of skills are needed. The main highlight is the abstract photography. In all honesty, it is the simplest element of any artistic expression. Just like our nature, people usually ignore the texture of trees and leaves. Because nothing excites them about that. Moreover, this portfolio will change the perspective and will open up a new world. Nature itself has been portrayed the daily life routines of humans. Which got observed and photographed in this book. Furthermore, in a way, it doesn’t mean that one has to be a perfectionist while capturing the moment. Most importantly, a photographer has to be a perfectionist in his unique and creative ideas. But, at the same time, he will get imperfectly perfect frames.
Nihal Kashyap, Rajnandgaon, Chattisgarh.
Nihal Kashyap from Rajnandgaon, Chhattisgarh is a very enthusiastic Macro and Wildlife Photographer. For him, Photography is a beautiful journey where he gets more creativity by taking the risk for each frame. And, in this mindset, he had completed his portfolio “Photo Perfection”. Thereupon in his words, Photography is a vast and deep ocean and he has acquired only a droplet of that. He has completed his Professional Diploma in the art of photography from the Creative hut Institute of Photography, Kerala, India.
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