Bangalore, India (PressExposure) March 16, 2011 -- Hari Bhagirath Photography website launched. Renowned photographer, Hari Bhagirath launched his website today. Dignitaries from Christ University and artists were present in the event that was conducted in Bangalore. The website features some of the best photographic art works of Hari Bhagirath.
Hari Bhagirath is currently pursuing his research in visuals, semiotics and communication theories from Christ University, Bangalore. He is also a graphic artist, corporate communications specialist and a freelance journalist. Hari conducts workshops and lectures privately and for educational institutions including JGI, Christ University and private classes on Photography, Photojournalism, visual aesthetics, content quality and semiotics for commercial art and visuals.
He is a sought after academician for conducting photography workshops in Bangalore, Hyderabad and Kerala. His research work and workshops which are based on black & white photography and window light portraiture are noteworthy. During the event Hari Bhagirath explained the visual elements and aesthetics that defined the elegance of black & white portrait photographs. He also emphasized the relevance of black & white in print medium and the need for research in the field of photography and representation.
Hari said, "Photography is an art of retrospection. Photography is a system to look into what you see and what you percieve. A camera becomes an extention of your eye so photography is just training your eye to percieve differently. The aim to to learn to view what we see than see what we view. Photography is indeed a form of meditation as the thin line that divides retrospection and meditation is broken through photography."
The website contains featured work of Bhagirath and some of the best window light portraitures taken by the maestro. The website offers a platform to contact Hari Bhagirath for budding photographers who need guidance and support. He is also encouraging free knowledge sharing for the benefit of the society. His workshops are free of cost and his aim is to revive black & white photography in Bangalore.