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The NonConformist...
Had messed up with the resizing, hence reposting.
Brickbats on execution awaited :) However posting just to know whether the viewer can relate to the portrayal of the story...

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Abhisek
Wed Nov 14, 2012 6:52 pm
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Commentby neelu on Fri Nov 16, 2012 7:49 am

abhisek, would be lovely to have your portrayal of the story, the aesthetics of the defocused , blur, is a style, thats lovely, and one that ive come across only on this forum, its intriguing and interesting allright.

Commentby AratiRao on Fri Nov 16, 2012 7:39 pm

Abhishek, i have come back to this image several times. sometimes hoping for more of a clue from you, sometimes trying to determine how i feel. finally, i decided to comment. i like the blurred image. i made a bunch in Sri Lanka following a train of thought in my mind ... but that is another matter.

Here's what i take away from it, based on your title. The large elephant (closest to camera) seems to have a defiant stance ... almost stomping away ... but elephants dont do that, so here i am speaking anthropomophically. An inherently social animal leaving the group ... to me, the title would be stronger had there been more of a group in the distance. with just a sprinkling of elephants, the "non-conformist" is a bit of a stretch. Now, in non-conformist if you meant *you* :) then there are many here!

So in sum, am interested in hearing your "story." Bring it on, please :)

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Commentby Abhisek Majumdar on Sun Nov 18, 2012 11:17 pm

Neelu...would completely agree that it is only CNP has given us this "blurred" vision :)
Coming back to the portrayal...
Arati..really appreciate your stretch of imagination... that was bang on! I indeed wanted to show that social disjoint this elephant was creating, rather choosing for herself, with probably leaving behind that last binding relationship...
I told you the execution could have been far better... those black spots further back was a small group.... the one closer to the elephant is the baby... wish I cud have kept a bit more definition out there...

Thanks,
Abhisek

Commentby AratiRao on Mon Nov 19, 2012 2:43 pm

i think you nailed it with this bit:
wish I cud have kept a bit more definition out there...


i like this kind of layered interpretation, Abhisek (sorry for mis-spelling your name earlier). As a storyteller, i like delving into the mind of the creator. keep these coming!
A

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