Amid this Pandemic when we all went into lockdown it was a mixed feeling of anxiety, fear and monotony. Being a photographer it was sometimes very frustrating to sit indoors though it was essential for the current condition. So I decided to do something indoor itself and tried my hand in still photography which I have never done before. When I started it I decided to make a series of very common objects mainly vegetables which are always around us. My main aim was to make the ordinary into extraordinary. This series of vegetables in still life photography category is completely done using window light as that I love the most. The arrangements of the objects are purely a result of many trial and errors. But right now I am in love with this as it can also be a process of successful storytelling. The major take away from this experiment is that if one explores and challenges their comfort zone then nothing is impossible in life.
All images and text © Debalina Bhatta
By Debalina Bhatta
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