Definition of Perfection, by Soumya Geetha

This picture was taken at Pottery town, a very famous area for the pottery work in Bangalore. There you can get anything from everything. Once I arranged a photo walk with my fellow photographer mates around 6:30 AM in the morning. It was Sunday, even though many informed us it would be closed, we wanted to try our luck. And when we reached there, nothing was happening. We strolled for 30 minutes and when we were about to leave one of my friends who knows their language talked to them. They invited us inside; in a not so bright room, where we met a person who was making these beautiful vases. Talking to him we learnt, he has been doing this for last 16 years, and as the season carries so has the work. Humble by heart and perfectionist by hand, educated, still helping his father in business. It was a pleasure for us to meet him. He did really make our day.

Definition of Perfection, by Soumya Geetha

Canon EOS 5D Mark III with 85mm | Exposure 1/25sec @ f/1.4 | ISO 400 | Focal length 85mm
Definition of Perfection, by Soumya Geetha

Award Winner: Photo of the Day | September 11
Award Score: 66.5 (Value 13, Clarity 13, Composition 17.5, Style 11, Skill 12)
Photo of the Day Award Category: Artistic Photography
Photograph Location: Pottery Town, Bangalore | India

Photographer: Soumya Geetha (Dubai, United Arab Emirates) Registered
Soumya Geetha, Consultant by profrssional and travels often to US and Europe on work. A self learnt photographer which happened to her by accident when she started blogging for her garden. The interest landed her buying her first DSLR. She is more interested in travel and street. Her current project is on getting to know hidden culture of South India.

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1 review
  1. John Stewart
    John Stewart says:

    I am in love with your image of a working hand. The lighting, the large aperture to blur the unnecessary. I try not to use over 300 ISO whatever the light reading but it certainly is a splendid image.

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