It was at Old Dhaka, a street vendor was selling umbrellas and people was passing by; my sixth sense said, “Here a photograph is waiting for me.” I got ready with my camera and suddenly a child came out and noticed me, but I wanted a candid, so after around five minutes when the child forgotten my present, she started playing something like hide and seek. I just wished, the vendor had not looked at me that time. I set a frame in my mind where two people would pass with motion one at right side and another one at left side.
Award Winner: Photo of the Day | May 04
Award Score: 66 (Value 12, Clarity 12, Composition 18, Style 12, Skill 12)
Photo of the Day Award Category: Street Photography
Photograph Location: Shakhari Bazar, Old Dhaka | Bangladesh
Photographer: Arif Sayeed (Dhaka, Bangladesh)
Arif Hossain Sayeed was born in 1989, in a village of Bangladesh. He doesn’t know how he got involved with photography, but perhaps it is his intention to work with something creative brought him to photography. He has a serious passion for taking photographs, and loves to do documentary and street photography. People are always his main subject. He is inspired by GMB Aksh, Steve McCurry and many others.