The Artist and his Magic Wand by Suyash Chimankar

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About Portfolio

The portfolio “The Artist And His Magic Wand” is the project prepared with different genres of photography. For instance Birds, Macro, Wildlife, Portrait, Art & Culture, Architecture, Landscape, Product, Fashion, and Abstract. This book is all about the hidden treasure nature posses. Nature is eternal and everlasting. Hence, humans should know to perceive them. Besides, it has a profound magnetic pull in terms of its colors. As colors play a major role in life. It begins and ends with us. Moreover, every single color has a unique strength and properties.

In this portfolio, one will witness the silhouette version of macro photography. Because silhouette is the most wonderful way to convey mysteries emotions and moods. Apart from that, the journey goes on with the dried leaves textures. Despite being the food of the insects, we as a photographer should observe. And photograph as it is an imaginative art form. Which comes under abstract photography. Later, the viewers will catch up with the glorious architectures of Rajasthan. And the monochromatic version of portrait photography. On the contrary, we can’t read the face of any human. As everyone has their thoughts, feelings, and emotions. And behind every expression, there is a lot of thoughts. Which can’t be defined in a simple world.

About The Author

suyash chimankar rajnandgaon chattisgarh

Suyash Chimankar from Rajnandgoan Chhattisgarh. He is a Wildlife photography enthusiast with an interest in shooting nature as raw as it is. Thus, accomplished his portfolio “The Artist And His Magic Wand”. In his words, he always tries to visualize how his output should be and this helps him to improve every single day. He has completed his Professional Diploma in Art of Photography from the Creative hut Institute of Photography, Kerala, India.

Suyash Chimankar, Rajnandgoan, Chattisgarh.

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All the photos and text in this post are copyright of Suyash Chimankar, Creative Hut Institute of Photography. Their reproduction, even in part, is forbidden without the explicit approval of the rightful owners.