Saturday, June 6, 2015

Dance Shots

When I picked my camera seriously, we started without training wheels....yes manual from day 1....my teachers are the best and they taught me the way they did it. Soon after which I became the official photographer for Chowk. Following the dance form for a few years now, I soon understood that photographing dance was all about timing. Even then some particular faces and their movements become subjects repetitively in my personal body of work. Increase in work load allows me less time to photograph Odissi as a dance form. I love this dance form and my daughter learns it too. In these photographs you will see the capturing of Abhinaya, and this was best done in multiple exposure only because I wanted to capture the facial expressions in a single frame.

1 comment:

  1. The multiple exposure technique gives a sense of flow, goes very well with the Oddissi style of dance form.