Deepak Sharma, the person behind Monochromes, talks about one of his favourite memories and the picture he clicked that day…
This series was created to help photographers share the stories of their work, with the world.
It’s visual story telling.
This kind of photography always has a story behind it. You see the special conceptual photography in different forms of advertising like hoardings and banners. Sometimes, it needs detailed manipulation (editing).
I developed an interest in photography about a year ago. One of my favourite shots was clicked when I went to a hill near my house in the evening. I was taking some pictures when I saw the sun setting behind this tree.
I went to Odisha to shoot a documentary for a government project – It was somewhere in the Niyamgiri Hills. I was in a village and there was this community called the Dongria Kondh. That’s where I clicked the photograph I really loved and is the best picture of my journey.
The story of Avantika Chaturvedi, the 20-year-old backpacker on a mission to hit 12 destinations in 12 months, continues with some more precious moments that were captured in her various Read Full Story
The beauty of our digital world lies in the simple fact that there are millions of stories shared every day. The trend of sharing your thoughts and experiences with the Read Full Story
“All the treks we had embarked on until then, were day treks and we were now ready to push our boundaries further.” The second part of Sheena and Kiran’s journey Read Full Story
Every destination holds a special place in our hearts. Whether it’s trekking up the Everest Base Camp, beach hopping in Seychelles, scuba-diving in Maldives, taking a cruise in Vietnam, or celebrating Christmas in Bhutan with the amazing locals, it’s different each time and each location has taught us something.
As a production designer, I’m building new worlds for each genre and project. I work with developing the setting, the characters and their backgrounds through visual aspects. That’s what got me excited.