“Pictures tell the truth”: behind the scenes with Niveditaa Gupta

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“Pictures tell the truth”: behind the scenes with Niveditaa Gupta

Courthouse by MOAD Architects.  Image © Niveditaa GuptaMark Krebs rugs.  Image © Niveditaa GuptaFound by Aanshiki Mittal.  Image © Niveditaa GuptaBhadran School by SRDA.  Image © Niveditaa Gupta+ 17

In this episode of Behind the Scenes, in which we introduce the work of visionary photographers and ask about their experiences beyond what the public sees, we introduce Niveditaa Gupta, an architectural photographer and filmmaker from New Delhi, India . With her photos she would like to create visual elements that can trigger a discourse about the architecture itself.

Found by Aanshiki Mittal.  Image © Niveditaa Gupta
Found by Aanshiki Mittal. Image © Niveditaa Gupta

ArchDaily – Victor Delaqua (VD): Do the pictures tell a truth or a lie?

Niveditaa Gupta (NG): You are telling a truth.


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Farmhouse extension by Renesa Architects.  Image © Niveditaa Gupta
Farmhouse extension by Renesa Architects. Image © Niveditaa Gupta

VD: Editing is fraud?

NG: I would say eating raw raw is not for everyone.

Farmhouse extension by Renesa Architects.  Image © Niveditaa Gupta
Farmhouse extension by Renesa Architects. Image © Niveditaa Gupta

VD: What are the key elements for a great architectural shot?

NG: A shy building and an overly invasive photographer!

Mark Krebs rugs.  Image © Niveditaa Gupta
Mark Krebs rugs. Image © Niveditaa Gupta

VD: If you weren’t a photographer, what would you do?

NG: Probably something on sale, I think I got these genes from my dad.

VD: A dream that has not yet come true in photography.

NG: I didn’t have the opportunity to take a picture of my father before his untimely death. It will always be my dream.

Village Cafe from Portal 92. Image © Niveditaa Gupta
Village Cafe from Portal 92. Image © Niveditaa Gupta

VD: What is the working process like with architects?

NG: Some architects are more involved than others. Personally, I like monologues and dialogues alike!

Mark Krebs rugs.  Image © Niveditaa Gupta
Mark Krebs rugs. Image © Niveditaa Gupta

More information on Niveditaa Gupta’s work can be found here and on @niveditaagupta.





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