As a photographer, you need to constantly challenge your creative capabilities and one way to do that is by starting a photo series. A photo series can also be used as a compelling form of visual storytelling to deliver a message that is close to your heart. Before you get on this journey, have a look at these five phenomenal photo series to derive inspiration.
1. Assi Ghats – Life on the Ghats by Siddharth Dixit
“This is from my series Assi Ghats, I began in 2014. I have shot the life of ghats as it is in almost all the seasons round the year. The idea is to present the world with the life and mundane activities of the ghats. For me, the beauty lies in their life – simple yet eccentric.”
2. Universal Geometry Series by Rannjan Joawn
“Universal Geometry Series is a personal fine art/ fashion project which was shot in Paris, France. The title is self explanatory. It refers to the co-relation between forms, shapes and the existing world. We are all part of the same construction but merged through different compositions.”
3. Kitchen Art Series by GVenkat Ram
The Kitchen Art Series by GVenkat Ram portrays everyday kitchen objects in the most creative and artistic manner.
4. Mumbai Monsoon by Amruta Dhavale
“Monsoon being my favorite season, I decided to explore it a bit differently this time. I loved the play of light outside the window here creating splashes of drops. All are mobile clicks in this series.”
5. Thick by Priyanka Chharia
“Thick is an ongoing personal project that challenges predominant notions about beauty, body image and self-identity. It is a portrait series of plus sized women in New York, who have successfully claimed their bodies as the elemental source of female power. It attempts to question the preoccupation with thinness and the shrinking female form and figure in society today.”