Recreating pictures from the past

Recreating pictures from the past

first_imgWith new age technology, using the camera to capture everyday life is much simpler. But to move a step backward and use technology to express images in monochrome is what ‘36 Shades of Grey’ attempts. To showcase exquisite images clicked by talented photographers, CAMERAunLIMITED is presenting ‘36 Shades of Grey’ a monochrome photo art exhibition where six talented photographers express through evocative images, their individual perceptions of life as they see it.  Ancient ruins, lesser inhabited lands, daily life along with others that form the earth and beyond, come alive sans colour.  Also Read – ‘Playing Jojo was emotionally exhausting’This is the 9th exhibition in the series of an effort to blend the work of established and upcoming photographers, showcasing talent on a common platform. The photo art exhibition has works of Monidipa Dey, a life-science post-graduate by education, a writer by profession and a photographer by passion. Photographer Niraj Gera, who is displaying his works, is a rare breed of talented photographers who says a story through the frames, he points out, “I loves to travel, to places unknown and untouched and capture their inhabitants, their terrain to present a ‘slice of life’ in my work.”  Also Read – Leslie doing new comedy special with NetflixInspired by nature, light and its effects on emotions, Rashmi Rai crafts the unseen elements through her lens, in what seems to constitute the “real” in our everyday life. “I take inspiration from the 16th and 17th century Dutch and Italian Masters like Willem Claeszoon and Vermeer,” says Rashmi.Ravi Dhingra, Co-Founder CAMERAunLIMITED and curator of the show says, “Our lives are not quite simple as black and white, there are infinite shades of grey. The complexities of tones bring diversity in our views and our thoughts.”last_img

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