Natasha specialises in personal or family portraits and is available for commissions. Charges range from Rs 2,000 per print (8" X 12”) to Rs 10,000 for an album of 20 (4"x6") photographs. Extra for framing on request. Extra for commissions outside Bangalore.
For those interested in buying from the gallery on display, prints of the photographs are priced between Rs 1,500 and Rs 2,500 as per size. Prints are available in Small- 8" X 12" / Medium - 10" X 15" / Large - 12" X 18". Extra for framing and shipping. Soft copies are priced at Rs 1,000. Copyright, at all times, will remain with the photographer.
Proceeds from the sale of any photograph from the gallery "Grameen Shiksha Kendra" will be forwarded to the same organisation towards the education of the school kids. Legitimate receipts will be provided for the same. All donations to Grameen Shikha Kendra are exempt from Income Tax under 80G.
Every print will be signed by the photographer as authentication. All orders will be couriered based on the processing time plus the transit time. To order or inquire please call or mail Natasha at the contact information provided.
http://www.qspray.com I have gone through your works and to be frank with you, they were so beautiful. You work on people was the one that attracted me the lot. Those frames did have a story to tell me and I loved that very idea.
Deeply moving photographs, so well composed. Your portraits (of people, buildings, and landscapes) seem to steal a moment of intimacy from their subjects. I can tell you see things in a very different way from most people, as if you were painting. I love the array of colors and settings, moods and places. These photographs truly transport the viewer. Brava, Natasha!
Amazing are the photos. I loved it. At first, I happened to see your post about Bhutan in IndiaMike and got routed here.
I observed your travels, indeed many of them which I have visited as well , Bhutan, Calcutta, Jaisalmer and when I have the pictures from me on the desk, in front of your's, they are far far behind.
The shots of yours' explains a lot much beyond than words, it pictures your perspective. It was a pleasure viewing them. Thank you for hosting them here.
I adore it, especially the one from Street Portraits, Barmer.