28 Sep Visual Storytelling with the X-T1

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It has been an eventful six years in photography, and today when anybody asks me about my profession, I proudly tell them that I am a visual storyteller. The literal translation of this term is as follows: “A visual narrative (also visual storytelling) is a story told primarily through the use of visual media. The story may be told using still photography, illustration, or video, and can be enhanced with graphics, music, voice and other audio.” But personally, I describe it as a connection or bond between the characters in my image and my viewers. Today I have with me two such visual narratives that have been very close to my heart. They were individual projects undertaken by me with two very talented individuals, a budding skater and an amazing classical dancer from Kolkata, India. It is my sincere effort through this article to make my readers establish a connection with the protagonists through my images. Let’s begin. Story #1 He is a soft-spoken, twenty-something guy sporting black framed glasses and pursuing graduation. Sounds common, but the one thing that sets him apart from the others is his passion for skateboarding. Anup Parida hails from Cuttack, Odhisha and has been […]

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