As part of Photojournalism, Here our author has some photographs of people of Rajasthan, explaining the different emotions through the portraits.

Emotions painted….

The journey through Rajasthan. My journey started on Jaipur’s busy street. In these portraits I have showed different emotions of peoples. Some people look at the camera in anger and some blushes when they see the camera, and some get blank faced. I have enjoyed the whole trip to Jaipur.

Some people become so friendly to me that they start posing towards camera and few people abused. We can judge people about their mood and what is going on in their minds. People have their own daily life story, and their mood changes according to their story. Some are like a mirror, The way you will treat them same they will treat you.

Tan lines express experience | Scars and wrinkles are the integral parts of life.
Desire never dies. | Fashion can be found even in the market if you have the eye for it.
Expressive eyes. | Black represent the raw and rugged look of any portraits.
Lost in himself. | One look is enough to induce fear.
Aggressive eyes. | Anger is an emotion that takes portrait to a higher level.
Curious face. | Pride is reflected on the eyes of every labourer.
Future star. | Reaching out is the first step of making a progress.

Future star. | Reaching out is the first step of making a progress.

About author

nihal-kashyapNihal Kashyap from Rajnandgaon, Chhattisgarh is a very enthusiastic Macro and Wildlife photographer. For him, Photography is a beautiful journey where he gets more creativity by taking the risk for each and every frame. In his words, Photography is a vast and deep ocean and he has acquired only a droplet of that. He has completed his Professional Diploma in art of photography from Creative hut institute of photography, Kerala, INDIA.

Nihal Kashyap, Rajnandgaon, Chattisgarh.

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