Brink

BRINK AIMS TO ELIMINATE THE NOTION OF IDENTITY THROUGH A PERSPECTIVAL SHIFT. THE PIECE BEGINS WITH A MOMENT WHERE EVERYTHING IS SUSPENDED AND THE VIEWER ENGAGES WITH CLOSE-UP CLUSTERS OF FORMS WHICH ACT AS ABSTRACT VISUAL CLUES
LOOKING AT THE SUBJECT AS A LANDSCAPE AND PLAYING WITHIN AN ORGANIC REALM IN WHICH VARIOUS SPACES EMERGE FROM AND EXTRACTING THE IDENTITY OF BRINK FROM ITS CONTEXT.

I WAS TRYING TO GET CLOSE AS POSSIBLE TO HAVE THE SUBJECT NOT IDENTIFIED AND ACT AS AN ABSTRACT LANDSCAPE....

FIRST TESTS WERE UNSUCCESSFUL...BUT WHEN I GOT MORE CLOSER TO SUBJECT I WAS GETTING THE RESULT THAT I WANTED TO..... BUT RESULT WAS COMING WITH CONSEQUENCES, WHICH IS EXTREMELY LOW DEPTH OF FIELD. 
IT WAS GETTING MORE DIFFICULT TO GET THE IMAGES BECAUSE EFFECTIVE F-NUMBER WAS DEPENDING ON THE MAGNIFICATION RATIO....AND I WAS WORKING BETWEEN 3X - 4.5X MAGNIFICATION

CAMERA : CANON 5D &  7D

LENS : CANON MP-E 65MM


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