Minimalism as Simple Geometry
Shot taken at Jantar Mantar, Jaipur. I wanted to show the contrasting colors, yellow and blue along with geometrical shapes i.e. lines and the two rectangles. I placed one rectangle on the top left (rule of thirds quadrant) and one on the bottom right (rule of thirds quadrant). So the result was two vertical parallel rectangles being joined by one line entering the frame from the left running over to the rectangle on the right. Editing the blue sky took me a lot of time. Showing sky the way it looked to the naked eye or showing the blue as blue, takes a lot, believe it. It is basically a look-up shot, where you basic look up towards the sky and try and capture something. It takes a bit of practice capturing the look-up way. At first you would feel as if you are not able to spot anything worthwhile. The trick is to keep hitting the shutter button and reviewing what you clicked. This will give you a fair idea as to what to click and what to let go.
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