Local Street Shops opened in Shelter...
As they say, nothing brings forth the essence of life beautifully, than life itself. Take a walk down the streets or dive deep into countless spots of life along the roads, you can unearth beautiful, candid expressions of life. With Photo Journalism, one can really go the distance creating photographic stories. In this piece of candid photography by IIPian Mrinal Mossae, one can delve deep into the realms of Gestalt by Shape, Social Struggles, study of two objects looking at different directions as a potent mixture of Street and Photo Journalism. It’s a tale of two local street shops opened in shelter. Showcasing the incredible strength of positivity amidst these times of adversity. For them, it is not easy to get customers every day, but it is life who teaches us resistance. This expression of resistance adds a world of expressionism to this picture.
Body painting is a form of art that has been inculcated right from the ancient prehistoric times when human race was born, to the modern times where artists have been using human body as an innovative canvas that can showcase human beauty like never before. Various ancient and modern tribes from Africa, Europe, Asia and Australia show clear evidences and records regarding body painting heritage.
According to many historians, body painting was the important part of the daily and spiritual lives, often showcasing their inner qualities, wishes for future, images of gods, and many natural or war themes. The first ever modern appearance of the full body paint emerged in 1933 when famous cosmetic inventor Max Factor Sr. caused quite a sensation with his exhibition with models. Today, it is an excellent tool for gaining public attention and can also be found as very famous tool in sport gatherings.
This pictorial description of an exquisite example of body painting art has been shot by IIP is Mentor Jamari Lior who has accomplished in bringing out all the colourful and aesthetic aspects of body painting to its fullest.
The 'Earn While You Learn' program at IIP provides you with an opportunity to earn and showcase your talent during the learning process. You can upload your best clicked pictures on the portal. All the deserving pictures will be selected by our panel for sale at Indian Institute of Photography Image Bank. The proceeds generated through the sale will be forwarded to the deserving student.
At IIP, we believe that learning has to be accompanied with the right opportunities to succeed in the field of photography. We recognize your dream to succeed and understand the financial support you require to pursue your passion. In this regard, we encourage our students to exploit our 'Earn While You Learn' program to the fullest.