Multiple Frame Photography
According to the critics, the multiple frame photography has paved a platform for an innovative type of photography. From this one could witness a photograph just like seeing a short clip of a sequence. Our Guest contributor Mr. Dharmachandru has made no mistake when he captured some of the best cricketing moments in this mode. His photographs were widely acclaimed and captured the attention of many viewers all around the globe. The concept of multiple frame photography helped in giving more life to a sports photograph much more than ever before.
The Photo Mentor team is so proud to exhibit one of his greatest works here.
Mr. Dharmachandru, is a well-known landscape and travel photographer, but uniquely specialized in Sports Photography. He was the official photographer for the ICC World Cup 2011 and ICC T20 World Cup 2016. And currently serves as the Photo Mentor and ambassador for Canon. His works of excellence have always been a talk among the top photographers of the nation. One among them is the multiple frame photography he uses in Sports.
Dharma Chandru, Tamilnadu, India.
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