Photographs provide access to the past while also providing a glimpse into the future.
Taking a photograph and catching a moment demonstrates just how rich reality is. Photography is a method of experiencing, touching, and loving. What you’ve captured on camera will last a lifetime.. It recalls the tiniest details long after you’ve forgotten everything else. Photography is the consequence of various technological breakthroughs related to viewing a picture and capturing the image. Photographs provide access to the past while also providing a glimpse into the future.
With the debut of Eastman Kodak’s “Kodachrome” film in the 1930s, colour photography became more popular and accessible. Previously, practically all photographs were monochrome, but a few photographers who straddled the line between chemists and alchemists had been utilising specialised techniques to obtain colour images for decades. Shutter speed, aperture, and ISO are the three most critical parameters. The brightness of your photo is controlled by all three of them, but in various ways. To put it another way, each has its own “side affects” on an image. As a result, knowing how to balance all three for a specific shot is a bit of an art.
When I first became interested in photography, it revolutionised the way I looked at the world. I am confident in my ability to capture scenes that occur around me. In this book “Provenance”,I experimented with a variety of photography classes. Each chapter focuses on a different type of photography. I’ve given it my all to get these photographs up.
All the Photographs and text in this post are copyright of Adarsh.V, from Kannur,Creative Hut Institute of Photography. Their reproduction, full or part, is forbidden without the explicit approval of the rightful owners.