Colorful Diagonal Lines

Minimalism as Simple Geometry

A Minimalist Photograph of Colorful Diagonal Lines Shot via Canon 600D and 100mm Prime Canon Macro Lens
Photo By © Prakash Ghai
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I am Back :) but with a Simple Geometry Minimalism photograph this time around. 

These Colorful Diagonal Lines, were spotted on a closed metal shutter of a Shop, right opposite to the famous Hawa Mahal Palace in Old Jaipur City.

I clicked this with my Canon 600 D and the 100mm Prime Macro Lens that I have.

I captured this from the side and used a shallow depth of field to create a different sort of a imagery that I usually do not produce. 

I rarely use shallow depth of field (at least as of now, by the way since the last 4 years ). 
That frequency might change in the future though. 

Hope you like this subtle change in my style.

All feedback about the Photograph is welcomed.

Have a good day !!

I have to cut it short today, as the lights just went off and my laptop might turn off pretty soon.

Bye ! See you Later !

The Distant Window

Minimalism as Less Elements

A Minimal Art shot of a Distant window at Jawahar Kala Kendra, Jaipur shot via Canon 600D and Canon 50mm F/1.4 Prime Lens
Photo By © Prakash Ghai
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A Minimalist Photograph of The Distant Window

This shot is taken from the new Cafe that has opened up at Jawahar Kala Kendra, on the 1st Floor. 

I went there last week, just to try their menu and the tea that they serve. 

Of course, other than the menu, my motive was to get at a unique height or what I call "Location Advantage" to create a different sort of a frame.

I have taken so many shots at this place but just 1 or two from an elevated level. 

Hey ! are you wondering that I had actually nothing to with the Cafe and I can go to any extent for getting a photograph from a different perspective/angle? 

Well, then your guess is right. 

The Cafe was just an excuse ;)

There is something in this picture that I generally do not do and that thing is including a foreground element. 

The Green Leaves, although  blurred and out of focus, are the Highlight of the Photograph here...It is not accidental. 

To start off, I had taken similar shots avoiding the leaves, only to later realize that its the Green Leaves that make the shot and not break it.

Hope you enjoyed the shot.

Good Night.

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Tri Color Minimal

Minimalism as Few Distinctive Colors

A Look up Minimal Art Photograph of Tri Colored Coloful Tents shot at Jawahar Kala Kendra Jaipur, India
Photo By © Prakash Ghai
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Its been long since I did a Minimalism as Few Distinctive Colors Photograph.

So I decided to post one today. 

This Tri Color Minimal Photograph was clicked at Jawahar Kala Kendra Jaipur (stop wondering as to how I find most of my shots at the same place?) .

This is a Lookup Minimal Shot

The Kit that I had that day, was my Canon 600D mounted with the 50mm F1.4 Prime lens

I was shooting a Metal fan against a maroon tent sitting down on my knees. And while I was struggling to get the simplicity right in that shot, I casually looked over my left shoulder to spot this.

I immediately thought It would be a nice idea to combine three colorful tents in one frame. 

The use of lines gave more symmetry to the shot.

Not sure, if this would have looked good in Black and White, so I did not try and edit it that way. 

I Hope that you find this colorful shot a little upbeat.

See you around next time.

Take care 

Window behind a Rectangle

Minimalism as Parts of the Whole

A Minimal Art Photograph of a Window Behind a Rectangular Plyboard
Photo By © Prakash Ghai
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I found this setting at Jawahar Kala Kendra. 

This time, there was some construction going on, and this Blue Rectangular Plyboard was lying on the floor.

The board was covering the Window partially.

That gave me an opportunity to shoot my favorite "Minimalism as Parts of the Whole"Minimalism :)

To make the composition more interesting I added the Orange Bar on the top right of the frame. 

Camera Used: Canon 600D

Lens Used: Canon 100mm prime 

Hope that you enjoyed the shot. 

Stay tuned for more !