Absence Of ColoursMohammad Murad
Shooting in black and white lets me represent the structure and solidity .. it gets rid of the unnecessary elements
Since Black is the absence of visible light, then white represents the light that contains all wavelengths of visible light
So to me, Black and White photography is about concentrating on the lights in the scenes so the viewer can focus on the subject, the textures, shapes and patterns, and the composition
Mohammad Murad, born in 1976 in Kuwait, by profession works in TV broadcasting but with a love of photography since childhood takes every opportunity he can to capture unique images. From his early years when his father used to take family photos & videos, he had an interest in the camera but never imagined he would become a photographer. Mohammad feels at peace when in nature taking pictures. Like many photographers, he started shooting everything (landscape, cityscape, water-drops; you name it). He believes that Nature & Wildlife chose him and not the other way around.
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