Portrait photographs are unfamiliar visages. Portrait is the art of capturing emotions,expressions and feelings of a person through a camera . Portraiture is a form of photography that aims to capture unfamiliar visages through the use of excellent lighting, backdrops, and poses.
Delhi portrait photography
Delhi I the capital city of India. It is a modern, densely inhabited city. Chandni chowk is a renowned market in old Delhi. Chandni chowk means the moon squarer city. It resembles the half moon. Numerous people walk through this street everyday. Voice of many salesman and merchants bargaining can be heard high here. Most of the sellers are Muslim. We can see many beggars’ orphans living here some people do not have home . They do not always receive nourishment.
Expression of anxiety : An old citizen is facing the camera anxiously
Sitting at Allah’s feet: An old man sitting in front of Jama Masjid old Delhi
Morning coldness : An old man covered with a woollen shawl due to cold weather
Threatening gaze: An old Delhi citizen having a direct eye contact with the camera.
A rich smile : Everyone believes happiness comes from money
Portraits of kids
We can see small kids playing in the street. Also, those kids are not going to school. Other words we can call them ” THE KIDS OF STREET” . They believe that it is their destiny to live on the streets . Kids don’t like the difficulties of life since they feel they can’t compete with the wealthy and powerful. Those people are illiterate. They speak quietly and without beards . They live on the streets their entire lives. Childrens never cry in front of others and face any situation with a smile.
Beyond the lavishness : The smile of a modest child without any impurity
Underprivileged toddler : A young child posing to the camera who is out of prosperity
Unconditional love: Rich or poor,happy or sad, mothers love is the best medicine.
The healthy baby girl : A baby girl was found alone on the street of chandni chowk
Look of enthusiasm: Deep-rooted citizen fixing his home by fastening thread
All the photos and text in this post are copyright of Aman John Thomas , Creative Hut Institute of Photography.Their reproduction, full or part, is forbidden without the explicit approval of the rightful owners.