Angles 3: Portraits
A frontal picture of a face can be a great image but picturing with an angle adds some perspective and depth. And sometimes I also play with colours and textures …
Some more sheepish portraits
Some more portraits
A few of last year’s Portraits
Portraits of Mahomed and Mahroon
A Play with Beth
In the previous posting Beth is showing off the 3-piece prom-dress her grandmother made. During this short Sunday afternoon photo-shoot session I made some additional portraits just for the sheer fun of trying out different processing techniques. I also worked on a few pictures of the previous blog submission.
Portraits of a different kind 4
‘Life in Ruins’.
Towards the Christmas celebration it’s not only good to think about them but actually it’s better to do something for all those street children around the globe. Locally in our village there is the initiative of ‘Bags of Love’. This is organised by the rotary and every year many villagers donate generously. But the majority of privileged part of the village does more such as stimulating proper education and paying school fees and even university fees for the ‘less privileged’ (hate those cliches BTW). As for myself I’m also engaged in helping ‘informal businesses’ with ideas, plans, etc. and I’m always surprised about the ingenuity of people living on the edge; even learn from it myself.