Life and the Sea, by Mohammad Saiful Islam

Human beings have explored everything they could for their survival. Besides exploring all arena of the land they are also discovering brand new things along the sea every day. Even these young boys are also enthusiastic to explore the life around the sea.

Life and the Sea, by Mohammad Saiful Islam

Nikon D90 with 35mm f1.8G | Exposure 1/2500sec @ f/4.5 | ISO 200 | Focal Length 35mm
Life and the Sea, by Mohammad Saiful Islam

Award Winner: Photo of the Day | September 01
Award Score: 66 (Value 12, Clarity 12, Composition 17, Style 13, Skill 12)
Photo of the Day Award Category: Black & White Photography
Photograph Location: Kuakata, | Bangladesh

Photographer: Mohammad Saiful Islam (Sylhet, Bangladesh) Registered
Mohammad Saiful Islam was born on 23rd Febuary, 1984 in Bangladesh. After completing his Secondary and Higher Secondary Education he joined Bangladesh Army as an officer in 2005. Beside photography, he loves traveling. He has traveled in many places around the world and explored lives of people including Africa.

He got into vast arena of photography in the early 2011. Since the very beginning, he was interested in photographing the diversity of human lives from different perspectives. Besides, he also photographs nature, people and the lives on the streets. He loves working in both color and monochrome.

In his short carrier as a photographer he achieved recognition from national and international organizations. His photos have been exhibited in many exhibitions in Bangladesh. He got honorable mention in the Biggest Photography Contest in Bangladesh “Celebrating Life Photo Contest – 2012. He was a finalist in “CGAP Photo Contest – 2013. His photo was shortlisted in “Click a Smile Photo Contest – 2013″ organised by “The Akshayapatra Foundation” as well. Besides all these his numerous photos was featured in many national newspapers and in yearly calendars.

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6 years ago

Mohammad’s picture poses such compassion and empathy, very beautiful.