23 October, 2014

Creased Plastic Cover

Minimalism as Less Elements  


A Minimalist Photo of a Creased plastic cover used by a stall at an exhibition at Jai Club Jaipur to block heat and sunlight.
Photo By © Prakash Ghai
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A Minimalist Photo of a Creased plastic cover used by a stall at an exhibition at Jai Club Jaipur to block heat and sunlight.


I was roaming on the streets of MI Road, Jaipur hunting for Minimalist Photographs on another Sunday Afternoon. It has to be a Sunday, as I am mostly a Sunday Photographer who works six days a week at a retail store.

Soon, I decided to head over to the back-lanes and while I was crossing past Jai Club, I found a nice big red wall with a yellow patch on it. I took about 3-4 Minimalist shots of it but when I reviewed them on the LCD screen I was not happy, so I decided to look elsewhere.

This Creased Plastic Cover was located right above the wall that I had just given up upon. It was acting as a block for sunlight for one of the stalls participating at an exhibition being held at the club.

More on the Minimalist Composition


I made sure I placed the beginning point, (from where the plastic was starting to accumulate and crease) right at the top left corner. I connected its extending flow to the bottom right.

Yes, I was zoomed in and I had the Canon 55-250mm lens attached. Zoom aided me in doing away with the extra elements in the frame, bringing in the clear focus and attention on my subject which is much needed in Minimalist Photographs

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