Photography is part of my life. I am a visual person. I started to capture simple objects under the guidance of my father who by no means was a professional, but he taught my eyes to watch for the essence. While other photographers, especially in the digital age, often shoot hundreds and thousands of pictures of an event, I always concentrated on the right moment before clicking, even already envisioning the final picture on display or published. Cropping and choosing pictures was later also part of some of my early activities as an editor and publisher. In the beginning, black & white photography was the only medium to use for expressing personal feelings and artistic expressions. Later, color slowly become popular. When I joined the spiritual path of Sri Chinmoy in the late 70s, my focus was partly switched to moving pictures, because especially in the beginning, films and later videos of my Master were very rare. But in my free time and especially on the many trips with him and with the choir “Oneness-Dream”, I always found time for doing some personal photography. I am happy to share with you these moments that I captured on film, paper or chip over the years. If you want to see more, check out my blog https://photoshd.wordpress.com, which became one of my most popular blogs. – Kedar Misani
In the comments section at the end of the book you will find among others the following review:
Great photography is genuine art. In this book of his photographs, one can clearly see that Kedar is a true artist. He has the eye of an artist, and he can capture a pure moment in time of the outer reality of this world in a most striking, masterful way. It is astonishing to see the wide variety he presents – from the simplest contrast of light and shadow to a vast field of flowers, from a close-up glance of stone, water or wood to a sweeping sunset sky – every photograph has a presence, a feeling, a voice that touches you in myriad ways. This is a meaningful revelation of Kedar the artist which I had not known before, but which I am delighted to discover in each photograph of this amazing collection. – Tanima
Paperback, 224 Seiten, 21×21 cm, 159 photographs
Printed on natural paper
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