PHOTOGRAPHY COMPETITION (2020)
On the event of World photography day, we had organised an open photography competition, where participants were told to post their best shot. We received over 150+ entries which was judged by our own alumni, Ar. Prem Nath and Prof. Yashwant Pitkar.
Ar. Prem Nath: Architects are creative thinkers and can see the world in three/four Dimensions & beyond.
Architect Photography probably have a different perception beyond the acrobatic drama
Architects should capture composition (No editing required, Infinity Effects, Shade, Shadow &
play with lights & colors without Photoshoping). Hence the selection has been done
accordingly, though its noteworthy to say that students have submitted amazing photographs
and a huge collection and It was rather difficult to choose the best three many more are
commendable also. - by AR. Prem Nath Sir.
HERE ARE THE RESULTS OF COMPETITION
CATEGORY : #alumnilens
1ST POSITION: 'Majestic Nahargarh Fort of Jaipur' by Sandeep Dhavale.
Ar. Prem Nath: This is truly Architecture photography as it captures the composition. Through the window
deep up the infinity also capturing the far away details.
Prof. Yashwant Pitkar: The windows into the vernacular are majestically captured highlighting our built heritage
WINNERS IN CATEGORY #STUDENTLENS ARE AS FOLLOWS:
1st position : 'Puddle in the City' by @aakankshapatankar
Ar. Prem Nath: - It is an amazing composition of picture with reflection in the shallow water of the pavement puddle. Reflection merges and also goes out of nowhere it shows its skillful eye in attention of the photographer to capture such a composition.
Prof. Yashwant Pitkar: Excellent capture of the extraordinary in the ordinary.
2nd position : 'Burning red' by Shruti Bhagwat.
Ar. Prem Nath: Photographer has captured the effect of sunlight & shadow which gives color variation - Quite thoughtful to demonstrate as to how the light can give variable effect.
Prof. Yashwant Pitkar: The changing hues of a colour stepping up wonderfully.
3rd position : 'Pratibimb ani tyacha sanvad' by Suvidha Tambe
Ar. Prem Nath: The photographer has captured the substance details & domestic reflection, the photographer must have been alert to capture such a moment which normally does not come in your way.
Prof. Yashwant Pitkar: The static bicycle electrifying the rainy night beautifully.