Bhajarangi fame cinematographer Swamy J’s storytelling through his lens is a visual treat to fans
The technical crew of Bhajarangi 2 includes Arjun Janya as the music director, Swamy J as the cinematographer, and Deepu S Kumar as the editor. He is now considered to be the best choice of every director.
Bengaluru: The cinematography of a movie is often difficult thing to judge, not only because it can be tough to separate the work of the cinematographer from the overall visual storytelling, but also because most viewers react to the look and style of a film through the lens of how we felt about the movie itself.
Looking at a cinematographer’s body of work reveals what aesthetic aspects are specific to the cinematographer and how they impact the storytelling of the films they’ve shot.
Known as a bankable talent, Swamy J Gowda’s cinematography speaks for itself. He is an Indian cinematographer who works predominantly in the Kannada film industry. Swamy made his debut with Jiya Tere song in the movie Bhajarangi (2013).
Swamy is well-known for films like Vajrakaya (2015), Jai Maruti 800 (2016), Upendra Matte Baa (2017), Anjaniputra (2017), Sitarama Kalyana (2019). He is at present one of the most sought-after cinematographers in Sandalwood, who has 3 big projects in his kitty. Swamy J is now considered to be the best choice of every director.
Swamy is currently working on the movie starring Shivrajkumar – Bhajarangi 2, which will hit theatres in May 2021. The technical crew of Bhajarangi 2 includes Arjun Janya as the music director, J Swamy as the cinematographer, and Deepu S Kumar as the editor.
Swamy completed his diploma in cinematography from Government Film and Television Institute in Bengaluru. He subsequently became active in the advertisement film industry and made his feature film debut when director A Harsha signed him as the cinematographer for his movie, Vajrakaya in 2015.