Kerala Tourism Photography

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Kerala Tourism Photography showcases a few photographs of places in Kerala .This photo shoot taken from Munnar, Alleppey, Cochin and Kollam.

To express the same in photographic analogy is to say that expression and feel are most important aspects of a photograph. Photographer have tried layering and/or heavy composition with multiple characters filling the frame but alas he found that even though the photograph was composed perfectly, it was lacking in expression and thus making it harder for the viewer to empathize with the subject. Therefore when he photograph he give paramount importance to expression and go for a simple but more intimate composition, lifting the subject out of its chaotic surroundings into a more serene world for his viewer to comprehend.

There is nothing better than watching a sunset over the sky

There is nothing better than watching a sunset over the sky

Photo Credit : Guru Charan
“Once you learn to read, you will be forever free.” —Frederick Douglass

“Once you learn to read, you will be forever free.” —Frederick Douglass

Photo Credit : Guru Charan
Trees are poems that the earth writes upon the sky.

Trees are poems that the earth writes upon the sky.

Photo Credit : Guru Charan
Give a man a fish and you feed him for a day; teach a man to fish and you feed him for a lifetime.

Give a man a fish and you feed him for a day; teach a man to fish and you feed him for a lifetime.

Photo Credit : Guru Charan

 

 

He listens, feel, observe and let his heart guide his lens. If something catches his fancy, he clicks. For a viewer to empathize with the subject, first the photographer must empathize with it. He love to interact with my subjects, he interact with everyone from the tiny tots to the elderly, learn their story and try to express what he felt through his photographs. He never adopt a rigid shooting style instead, he go with the flow, taking whatever the universe offers him. Sometimes he take a step back and let the story naturally unfold or when clarity is needed he get into the midst of things.

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He wouldn’t call it evolution, he adapt to the seasons and the surroundings. For example, during summer one get good golden light during golden hour which makes for good back-lit photos, when it’s cloudy you have soft light which makes for good portraits, during the monsoon one have freshness in the air, come October and early November the festival season sets in and brings with it a wave of energy, winter is also special with fog and mist dancing about leaving us gloomy and sleepy. It’s not the photographer who evolves but it is the world that is constantly changing, they are nothing but an observer, observing, adapting and documenting.

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He shoot the lion’s share of his pictures with either my 85mm f/1.8 or 14-24mm lens. The lens selection comes down whether he is looking to emphasize the emotion or offer a different perspective. He use his 85mm to get close and isolate those elusive emotions.Whenever there is good light he go wide with his 14-24mm lens to get a more wholesome composition with leading lines, frames, etc. It also gives his photos that distorted perspective which he crave.

To be frank his photography is very simple photography with more emphasis on emotion. It is this simplicity he feels that helps a wide range of viewers connects with my work. He doesn’t really look to cater to a specific audience because that will make his work repetitive.

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Photographer: Guru Charan

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