A 15 Years Old Boy From India Creates Surreal Photoworks – Design You Trust

A 15 Years Old Boy From India Creates Surreal Photoworks

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According to young artist Martin Nittala: “I’m Martin Nittala Born November 12 1999. I started my life in India, Andhra Pradesh, Rajahmundry. I’ll bring Honor to my Parents,brothers. I recall having my brother’s phone at age of 15 and taking it to my terrace where I started photography. A few days later and being much more responsible, I bought my first camera Nikon coolpix p520 and being a photography lover my interest towards photography made me bought another camera, this time it’s a DSLR Canon EOS 60D. At that time I dont have much knowledge on operating a DSLR, and for many day I learned myself how to operate DSLR and editing by watching YouTube Tutorials.”

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“After having a look at my work in photography, many people asked me “what camera you use,” are you attending the workshops blah blah blah, but the truth is I haven’t took any photography classes and I have started clicking with my own interest and thus beginning of my foray into “real” photography. Photography was always a part of my life but never the center, indeed without photography I can’t imagine my life. I have dabbled in many stages of life, when I’m 14 I got anger on my life for my improper studies and that anger really made me revive my love of photography and pushing the limits of the possible. Photography has led me to exploring the world around me primarily with thoughts and views and then with my lensed cameras. ”Life is not about what you couldn’t do so far.. Its about what you still can “”

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“I’ve been interested in photography since When I’m 14. I didn’t want to become a professional photographer, I just had a hobby. I was shooting portraits of my friends (now I think this is a great way to start), flowers, landscapes and anything I saw. There wasn’t a photography genre I didn’t try. Maybe I just liked the sound of the shutter.”

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“In course of time, I started to take photography more seriously, started to think about what I want to say by my pictures, to plan shoots, draw sketches, and pay attention to minor details. I began to control more and more aspects of my work.”

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“Call me a control freak, but I fell in love with it. I found out that what interests me lies not in tracing some events and retelling stories of some happenings, but in creating tales of my own and the easiest way to do this is by taking control over all the objects in your shot. And I understood that still life photography is something I could become good at—at least, theoretically — so I decided to make it my profession.”

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