Light & Composition » Conceptual Photography http://www.lightandcomposition.com Towards the true essence of photography Sat, 25 Oct 2014 09:31:44 +0000 en-US hourly 1 http://wordpress.org/?v=4.0 Checkmate, by Sanak Roy Choudhuryhttp://www.lightandcomposition.com/photo-of-the-day-september-12-checkmate-by-sanak-roy-choudhury/ http://www.lightandcomposition.com/photo-of-the-day-september-12-checkmate-by-sanak-roy-choudhury/#comments Thu, 11 Sep 2014 18:51:32 +0000 http://www.lightandcomposition.com/?p=41558 In a cloudy afternoon, I ventured out in the city of Joy – Kolkata with my DSLR with the hope to get some interesting frames. My destination ended at the Nakhoda Masjid, which is the principal mosque of Kolkata, India. It is located at the Chitpur area of the Burrabazar business district in Central Kolkata, […]

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In a cloudy afternoon, I ventured out in the city of Joy – Kolkata with my DSLR with the hope to get some interesting frames. My destination ended at the Nakhoda Masjid, which is the principal mosque of Kolkata, India. It is located at the Chitpur area of the Burrabazar business district in Central Kolkata, at the intersection of Zakariya Street and Rabindra Sarani. I chose to shoot some unique frames rather than concentrating on the magnificient contemporary architecture. The prayer arena provided me with this spectacular visual conformity and I freezed the moment in no times as I did not want the sleeping man to be awake!

Checkmate, by Sanak Roy Choudhury

Nikon D7100 with Tokina 11-16 f2.8 | Exposure 1/40sec @ f/2.8 | ISO 200 | Focal Length 13mm
Checkmate, by Sanak Roy Choudhury

Award Winner: Photo of the Day | September 12
Award Score: 66 (Value 13, Clarity 12, Composition 17, Style 12, Skill 13)
Photo of the Day Award Category: Conceptual Photography
Photograph Location: Moichara, Gochara | West Bengal

Photographer: Sanak Roy Choudhury (Muscat, Oman) Registered Photographer
Sanak Roy Choudhury works as an clinical optometrist and research assistant at a reputed eye hospital in Oman. He likes to travel around and invariably loves capturing any interesting situation under any given circumstances. Although he was never very serious about photography his interest gradually started to convert to a passion which resulted him to acquire a DSLR on sept 2012. His baby steps started since then and slowly and steadily he started to understand the domain of photography and managed to grow immense interest in the fascinating world of photography. Sanak loves to class himself as an amateur and always strives to attain perfection on whatever he captures.
Today he has achieved many small recognition’s and managed to win several photography contests but his desire to learn and explore more remains a hunger to be fulfilled. Sanak does regret today after exploring to this splendid domain for missing some vital opportunities in his yesteryear’s of travel.

Flickr: https://www.flickr.com/photos/98625307@N05/
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The Window, by Faisal Khanhttp://www.lightandcomposition.com/photo-of-the-day-january-06-the-window-by-faisal-khan/ http://www.lightandcomposition.com/photo-of-the-day-january-06-the-window-by-faisal-khan/#comments Sun, 05 Jan 2014 16:10:42 +0000 http://www.lightandcomposition.com/?p=34468 While staying in New York this summer with friends, these books got my attention. As a passionate reader, the position of these books behind the window made me think how books can open our minds to the world and to new perspectives, as the window let the light pass through and provides a view of […]

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While staying in New York this summer with friends, these books got my attention. As a passionate reader, the position of these books behind the window made me think how books can open our minds to the world and to new perspectives, as the window let the light pass through and provides a view of the outside world.

The Window, by Faisal Khan

Canon EOS 5D Mark II with EF 70-300mm L IS USM | Exposure 1/40sec @ f/4.5 | ISO 200 | Focal Length 120mm
The Window, by Faisal Khan

Award Winner: Photo of the Day | January 06
Award Score: 61 (Value 12, Clarity 11, Composition 16, Style 12, Skill 11)
Photo of the Day Award Category: Conceptual Photography
Photograph Location: Alphabet City, New York | The United States

Photographer: Faisal Khan ( Casablanca, Morocco ) Registered Photographer
Faisal Khan, who was raised in Saudi Arabia, started taking photograph just a year ago. Along with travel and exploration, photography became another passion for him. It was his childhood dream to travel & live in many countries. Once he graduated with chemical engineering, he had the opportunity to work for long stints in many locations and have traveled around 30 countries. It was a great door for him to have in-depth contact with his religions, cultures, and lifestyles. At the same time this privilege to establish some strong relationships with friends around the world.

Back in 2003, Faisal has embarked on a journey to self-discovery that led to a gradual shift in lifestyle and daily habits, made him drop 28kg of excess body weight, then it was followed by a focus on growing his spiritual dimension. He has started practicing Yoga, meditation, and performed Hajj (Islamic pilgrimage). All these led to a series of positive personal changes in his life, and a quest for continuous development and strong desire to connect with God. He came to realize that, in solitude and being in nature he can know God more through his creations. Visual encounters and messages that he passed by can be captured, and reflected upon with photography. Faisal hopes that through his exploratory lifestyle, he keeps on fueling his strength in connecting with the creation of Almighty. Also, he hopes that through his photos he can inspire others to realize how Allah is the Greatest, and majestic, then take another positive step forward towards a happier life. Faisal sees photography as a form of meditation that channels positive energy through him, a way of contemplation, self-discovery and awareness; much more than capturing a moment. It requires him to be in the moment, focused on his subject and totally detached from what’s unnecessary around him. In his free time, Faisal enjoys running, trekking, paragliding, reading, being in Yoga, learn surfing and kite boarding.

Portfolio: http://500px.com/faisal_khan
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Be Different, by Zahraa Al Hassanihttp://www.lightandcomposition.com/photo-of-the-day-august-18-be-different-by-zahraa-al-hassani/ http://www.lightandcomposition.com/photo-of-the-day-august-18-be-different-by-zahraa-al-hassani/#comments Sun, 18 Aug 2013 03:09:58 +0000 http://www.lightandcomposition.com/?p=32581 I came across this veggie corner somewhere in a Turkish bazaar when this marked tomato in between was sticking out calling to my lens to get sniped out! It also clicked my thoughts of how we should be looks like it, Different and special among all and just don’t try changing yourself to fit in […]

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I came across this veggie corner somewhere in a Turkish bazaar when this marked tomato in between was sticking out calling to my lens to get sniped out! It also clicked my thoughts of how we should be looks like it, Different and special among all and just don’t try changing yourself to fit in , don’t hide the real you , the real you is the best!

Be Different, by Zahraa Al Hassani

Nikon D3100 with 50mm | Exposure 1/60sec @ f/1.8 | ISO 100 | Focal Length 50mm
Be Different, by Zahraa Al Hassani

Award Winner: Photo of the Day | August 18
Award Score: 64 (Value 12, Clarity 12, Composition 15, Style 12, Skill 13)
Photo of the Day Award Category: Conceptual Photography
Photograph Location: Istanbul | Turkey

Photographer: Zahraa Hashim Salih Al Hasani (Baghdad,Iraq) Registered Photographer
Zahraa Al Hassani is a passionate photographer, and works as designer in Zain Telecommunications for more than 6 years. Graduating from the University of Technology Bagdad, her first job was at Wacther Company Ltd. as a graphic designer for constructions. A year later she joined Iraqi-American Chamber for Commerce and Industry. As senior graphic designer and photographer in Marketing Communication at Zain Telecommunications, she helps over submitting her consultancy to better enhance company image to be shown in elegant pattern. Blessed with one child, Zahraa and her family lives in Bagdad, Iraq. Resources in Iraq are mostly limited, thus she used her photography skills to get a visuals for her designs. She started photography with Sony H7 and Carel Zias lenses, and eventually moved to Nikon. Graphic Design has helped her to strengthen her photographic perspective. Zahraa believes she is here to acquire knowledge from the trove of purist photography.

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Flickr: http://www.flickr.com/photos/31190914@N06/
Gallery: http://zahraa812graphic.deviantart.com/
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Standing in Between, by Ashik Masudhttp://www.lightandcomposition.com/photo-of-the-day-july-30-standing-in-between-by-ashik-masud/ http://www.lightandcomposition.com/photo-of-the-day-july-30-standing-in-between-by-ashik-masud/#comments Tue, 30 Jul 2013 07:10:44 +0000 http://www.lightandcomposition.com/?p=32256 Standing near the doorway of a train or metro is a far different scenario in Bangladesh. Due to the huge population in the country, as well as for shocking poverty, many people are forced to borrow a ride now and then. Some are so poor that they cannot even buy ticket. You can find them […]

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Standing near the doorway of a train or metro is a far different scenario in Bangladesh. Due to the huge population in the country, as well as for shocking poverty, many people are forced to borrow a ride now and then. Some are so poor that they cannot even buy ticket. You can find them riding on the roof top, as well as standing in between the carriages, and doorways of the train.

Standing in Between, by Ashik Masud

Nikon D90 with Sigma 10-20mm | Exposure 1/40s @ f/4 | ISO 800 | Focal Length 10mm
Standing in Between, by Ashik Masud

Award Winner: Photo of the Day | July 30
Award Score: 64 (Value 11, Clarity 12, Composition 16, Style 12, Skill 13)
Photo of the Day Award Category: Conceptual Photography
Photograph Location: Agaro Shindu Train, Dhaka to Kishoreganj | Bangladesh

Photographer: Ashik Masud (Dhaka, Bangladesh) Registered Photographer
Ashik Masud is a passionate shutter bug, lives in Dhaka, Bangladesh, specializing in people with a style consisting of colorful and energetic imagery. Ashik mostly loves documentary photography, and loves to represent his country through his viewfinder. In professional life, he is an IT Professional. He likes to photograph people in their interaction with the world surrounding them and think photography is a wonderful medium to connect with people with respect and discover their cultures. He is a self-taught, and believes the best way to learn is to just do it.

Flickr: http://www.flickr.com/photos/ashikmasud/
Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/ashikmasud
Twitter: http://twitter.com/ashikmasud
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Solitude, by Sandra Frimponghttp://www.lightandcomposition.com/photo-of-the-day-june-07-solitude-by-sandra-frimpong/ http://www.lightandcomposition.com/photo-of-the-day-june-07-solitude-by-sandra-frimpong/#comments Fri, 07 Jun 2013 09:55:28 +0000 http://www.lightandcomposition.com/?p=30914 This good old adage ‘Solitude is a good place to visit but a poor place to stay. This picture is a true definition of that. At first watching the man sit alone at the edge of the peer is pure, simple and relaxing but as time passed I became worried and so I stayed a […]

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This good old adage ‘Solitude is a good place to visit but a poor place to stay. This picture is a true definition of that. At first watching the man sit alone at the edge of the peer is pure, simple and relaxing but as time passed I became worried and so I stayed a little longer and watched to make sure he return back safe to shore.

Solitude, by Sandra Frimpong

Nikon D5100 with AF 18-55mm | ISO 140 | Exposure f/11 @ 1/500sec | Focal Length 55mm
Solitude, by Sandra Frimpong

Award Winner: Photo of the Day | June 07
Award Score: 63 (Value 12, Clarity 12, Composition 16, Style 12, Skill 12)
Photo of the Day Award Category: Conceptual Photography
Photograph Location: Mallorca | Spain

Photographer: Sandra Frimpong (Campania, Italy) Registered Photographer
Sandra Asantewaa Frimpong was born and raised in Ghana West Africa. She moved to the United States with his father at the age of 17. Where she joined the United States military to pursue her dream for higher education and travel. She graduated from Florida States College with a degree in General studies and BS in Business Administration with the University of Maryland.
Her primary career in the United States Navy has given her the opportunity to travel across the globe, during her tours she takes the time to capture the simple beauty of life to show her family and friends around the world. Her pure love for photography started about four years ago when she received her first professional camera Nikon D3100 as a birthday present. Although still an Amateur in photography, the art of Photography suits her passion, her favorite is taking pictures of families during holidays as my way of volunteering in my community is to capture and share moments with families, capturing the little details and the moments that we seldom forgo and not pay attention to.
The artist has international ties in Africa, Asia, Europe, Australia and America, Her passion, is to explore and appreciate a similarly varied list of fields in arts through photography. She has been taking distance learning courses in Photography and a few face to face photography seminars. And she is anticipating in taking more in depth photography courses in the near future. Her vision now includes works in capturing moment, illustration, among others across the globe to her friends, and family. Sandra Frimpong currently resides in Italy.

Gallery: http://www.worldphoto.org/profile/sandrafrimpong
Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/NanaAmaAsantewaaPhotography

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It’s a Colorful World, by Robert Chalmershttp://www.lightandcomposition.com/photo-of-the-day-may-03-its-a-colorful-world-by-robert-chalmers/ http://www.lightandcomposition.com/photo-of-the-day-may-03-its-a-colorful-world-by-robert-chalmers/#comments Thu, 02 May 2013 13:16:14 +0000 http://www.lightandcomposition.com/?p=30201 This little kitten appeared to be living in the cavity of a property wall bordering the roadway. It caught my eye with it’s unusual colored eyes, it’s white fur, in a white wall. A fleeting shot that is a once in a lifetime chance encounter as I walked along the road. Award Winner: Photo of […]

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This little kitten appeared to be living in the cavity of a property wall bordering the roadway. It caught my eye with it’s unusual colored eyes, it’s white fur, in a white wall. A fleeting shot that is a once in a lifetime chance encounter as I walked along the road.

It's a Colorful World, by Robert Chalmers

Olympus C765UZ | Exposure 1/320sec @ f/3.7 | ISO 69 | Focal Length 63mm
It's a Colorful World, by Robert Chalmers

Award Winner: Photo of the Day | May 03
Award Score: 60 (Value 12, Clarity 12, Composition 14, Style 11, Skill 11)
Photo of the Day Award Category: Conceptual Photography
Photograph Location: Minchun Road, Jin Hai Lu, Pudong, Shanghai | China

Photographer: Robert Chalmers (Felixstowe, United Kingdom) Registered Photographer
Robert Chalmers worked in China over a number of years, widely traveled in Australia, and currently lives in England. He is exploring the capabilities of the new digital cameras, and find the lightness and speed a bonus for capturing those fleeting moments. Robert has had a wide range of experiences in his academic career, from going to University as a Mature Age Student in 1980, to graduation with a Master of TESOL from the University of Southern Queensland in 2011. This indicates that Robert is always learning, and while his work history reflects his passion for teaching in the EFL/ESL learning area, he continues his interest in linguistics into his extra curricula activities, researching ideas in specific language areas like multilingualism, and online learning technologies. Robert sees the necessity of continued learning as the only real pathway to knowledge, and the key to opening new ideas. He is interested in meeting people and ever expanding his contacts around the world. He finds other cultures and languages to have a deep fascination. As understanding grows about a culture it gives insights into the way the people of that language and culture think about the world. This has led Robert to the idea that multilingualism has benefits to society far beyond simple uses like business exchange. Cultural exchanges truly have greater value than is generally attributed to them.

Working with people of cultures other than his own, has given Robert the ability to establish an easy rapport with students and academics alike, at all levels. He was most well received for example in the Gong Lu High School, Pudong, Shanghai China. The word Gong Lu, meaning Workers Street. The children of this high school where Robert taught one day a week as part of a program initiated by the University, were the sons and daughters of local workers – people who would never come across a person from another culture in their entire lives. It is clear that Robert is now a senior teacher. Still learning, still with a strong desire to teach or lead in the TESOL discipline, Robert is keen to continue applying his skills in an administration role as Director of Studies for example, or a senior EAP/ESL/EFL teacher to advanced or intermediate students.

Website: http://quantum-radio.net/iPhotoGallery/
Gallery: https://www.facebook.com/ImagesInternationale
Facebook Page: https://www.facebook.com/ImagesInternationale
Twitter: http://twitter.com/pinpointxtra
Twitter: http://twitter.com/ShanghaiTimes

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Credit Crunch, by Andrea Migliarihttp://www.lightandcomposition.com/photo-of-the-day-may-02-credit-crunch-by-andrea-migliari/ http://www.lightandcomposition.com/photo-of-the-day-may-02-credit-crunch-by-andrea-migliari/#comments Thu, 02 May 2013 10:00:02 +0000 http://www.lightandcomposition.com/?p=30156 Credit crunch. Two words that have become familiar to everybody all over the word. Two words that put together few years ago didn’t mean anything, or at least did not have the weight of today. That’s what this picture is all about. We are living through this financial crisis and there’s nothing that we can […]

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Credit crunch. Two words that have become familiar to everybody all over the word. Two words that put together few years ago didn’t mean anything, or at least did not have the weight of today. That’s what this picture is all about. We are living through this financial crisis and there’s nothing that we can do, but seat on a couch and read what is likely to happen the day after tomorrow.

Credit Crunch, by Andrea Migliari

Canon EOS 50D with EF 17-85mm | ISO 400 | Exposure 1/40sec @ f/4.5 | Focal Length 17mm
Credit Crunch, by Andrea Migliari

Award Winner: Photo of the Day | May 02
Award Score: 69 (Value 13, Clarity 13, Composition 17, Style 13, Skill 13)
Photo of the Day Award Category: Conceptual Photography
Photograph Location: Treviglio | Italy

Photographer: Andrea Migliari (Treviglio, Italy) Registered Photographer
Born in Italy in 1981, Andrea Migliari and his family moved after 12 years spent in the big city of Milan to a small countryside village close to the lake Maggiore called Castelletto Ticino. He left school at 17 to start his working life as a junior carpenter and after a while he decided to take a gap year in London. In the English capital he used to work in many different places while studying English in the London West Collage. Now he is living in Italy, close to Bergamo where he works for a rental car company.

Since he was a teenager he used to take pictures of everything he came across; the beauty of the lake and the marvelous places in the area of Verbano made him become a passionate photographer. He started using a film camera and learning dark room processing in black and white, and then finally moved to digital in 2009 when he bought his first Canon 50D. He attended various photography workshop and post-processing courses that made him developed a particular workflow from the raw capture to the final image. He loves taking picture of everything he likes, from landscapes to portraits and live music event. Some of his pictures were published in a prestigious Italian art magazine Overart. He won the photography competition contest of “Passione Italia” in 2011 with the photo “Quando la città dorme” that was used as a cover image for the White Pages of the Bergamo area. He tries to share his love for photography and visual art through his images, knowing that the beauty may be found just across the street corner.

Website: http://www.andreamigliari.com
Flickr: http://www.flickr.com/photos/migliariandrea/
Twitter: https://twitter.com/MigliariAndrea

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Give to Live, by Zahraa Al Hassanihttp://www.lightandcomposition.com/photo-of-the-day-april-04-give-to-live-by-zahraa-al-hassani/ http://www.lightandcomposition.com/photo-of-the-day-april-04-give-to-live-by-zahraa-al-hassani/#comments Thu, 04 Apr 2013 11:48:33 +0000 http://www.lightandcomposition.com/?p=29427 I was inspired by an article about the power of giving which I was reading over the weekend, So I tried to embody this concept via a photograph and that’s how it’s come out with me, This hands of an adorable young girl that was putting down the flowers headband and giving it away with […]

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I was inspired by an article about the power of giving which I was reading over the weekend, So I tried to embody this concept via a photograph and that’s how it’s come out with me, This hands of an adorable young girl that was putting down the flowers headband and giving it away with love!

Give to Live, by Zahraa Al Hassani

Nikon D3100 with Sigma 70-300mm | Exposure 1/30sec @ f/4 | ISO 200 | Focal Length 82mm
Give to Live, by Zahraa Al Hassani

Award Winner: Photo of the Day | April 04
Award Score: 67 (Value 13, Clarity 12, Composition 17.5, Style 12.5, Skill 12)
Photo of the Day Award Category: Conceptual Photography
Photograph Location: Baghdad | Iraq

Photographer: Zahraa Hashim Salih Al Hasani (Baghdad,Iraq) Registered Photographer
Zahraa Al Hassani is a passionate photographer, lives in Iraq, and work as designer in Zain Telecommunications for more than 6 years. Resources in Iraq are mostly limited, thus she used her photography skills to get a visuals for her designs. She started photography with Sony H7 and Carel Zias lenses, and then moved to Nikon. Graphic Design has helped her to strengthen her photographic perspective. Zahraa believes she is here to acquire knowledge from the trove of purist photography.

Flickr: http://www.flickr.com/photos/31190914@N06/
Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/zahraa.h.salih
Twitter: https://twitter.com/ZahraaHasani

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Reach for the Sky, by Yasef Imrozehttp://www.lightandcomposition.com/photo-of-the-day-october-09-reach-for-the-sky-by-yasef-imroze/ http://www.lightandcomposition.com/photo-of-the-day-october-09-reach-for-the-sky-by-yasef-imroze/#comments Mon, 08 Oct 2012 15:14:24 +0000 http://www.lightandcomposition.com/?p=14682 The desire to reach the sky, runs very deep in our minds. Keep trying, keep pushing! The sky is the limit! You will reach their one day or the other! This picture was taken at Old Dhaka. It is the hub for all Pigeon lovers in Dhaka. It is surely a treat to watch this […]

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The desire to reach the sky, runs very deep in our minds. Keep trying, keep pushing! The sky is the limit! You will reach their one day or the other! This picture was taken at Old Dhaka. It is the hub for all Pigeon lovers in Dhaka. It is surely a treat to watch this beautiful creation of the Almighty making the sky look busy and colorful!

Reach the Sky, by Yasef Imroze

Nikon D7000 | Exposure 1/6400s @ f/3.5 | Focal Length 35mm | ISO 800
Reach the Sky, by Yasef Imroze

Award Winner: Photo of the Day | October 09
Award Score: 53 (Value 09, Clarity 10.5, Composition 12.5, Style 10, Skill 11)
Photo of the Day Award Category: Conceptual Photography
Photograph Location: Old Dhaka | Bangladesh

Photographer: Yasef Imroze Ifaz (Sydney, Australia) Registered Photographer
Yasef Imroze Ifaz is originally from Dhaka, Bangladesh. He is currently doing his Undergrads at Macquarie University, Australia. Photography is a hobby that he picked up recently. He is into close up and landscape photography, mostly. He believes, that photography has totally changed his perception towards nature. And Yasef loves to portray the beauty of his country Bangladesh through his lenses. In the near future Yasef plans to travel around the world with the camera as his companion. This hobby gives him endless amount of joy!

Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/YasefImrozeIfaz
Twitter: https://twitter.com/YIfaz

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A Dead Reflection, by Liton Chowdhuryhttp://www.lightandcomposition.com/photo-of-the-day-july-25-a-dead-reflection-by-liton-chowdhury/ http://www.lightandcomposition.com/photo-of-the-day-july-25-a-dead-reflection-by-liton-chowdhury/#comments Wed, 25 Jul 2012 09:16:49 +0000 http://www.lightandcomposition.com/?p=12271 I have captured the photograph beside Batanagar, West Bengal. It was taken when my father was suffering in cancer, and he was very much ill. It seems to me that if he dies that will be more peaceful for him. In the photograph you will find that I have just flipped the image to make […]

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I have captured the photograph beside Batanagar, West Bengal. It was taken when my father was suffering in cancer, and he was very much ill. It seems to me that if he dies that will be more peaceful for him. In the photograph you will find that I have just flipped the image to make you understand the situation. The reflection looks more attractive rather than the original one.

A Dead Reflection, by Liton Chowdhury

Canon PowerShot A720 | Exposure 1/251sec @f/5.6 | ISO 80
A Dead Reflection, by Liton Chowdhury

Award Winner: Photo of the Day | July 25
Award Score: 60 (Value 11, Clarity 11, Composition 15, Style 12, Skill 11)
Photo of the Day Award Category: Conceptual Photography
Photograph Location: Batanagar, West Bengal | India

Photographer: Liton Chowdhury (Kolkata, India)
Liton Chowdhury is software professional, and photography is his hobby. He purchased his first camera to capture the unforgettable childhood moments of his daughter, and that was the starting of it. Now his daughter is 5 years old, but till today she is his best model and best subject.

Flickr: http://www.flickr.com/people/29420793@N08/
Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/liton.chowdhury

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