The Transitional Space by Montasir Khandker

“Aarong”, a social enterprise of BRAC since 1978, is one of the leading lifestyle retailers in Bangladesh. I went to their Uttara, Dhaka branch and was standing beside the balustrade observing people coming in and going out. The interesting part that immediately caught my attention was the transitional space. The transitional space is linking between outdoor and indoor environments acting as both buffer space and physical link. If I link up visually, two men are going out from a structure, which is man made while two were getting into that structure.

The Transitional Space, by Khandker Md. Montasir

Nexus 6P | Exposure 1/60sec @ f/2 | ISO 203 | Focal Length 4.67mm
The Transitional Space, by Khandker Md. Montasir

Award Winner: Photo of the Day | July 19
Award Score: 66 (Value 12, Clarity 11, Composition 18, Style 13, Skill 12)
Photo of the Day Award Category: Architectural Photography
Photograph Location: Dhaka, Bangladesh

Photographer: Khandker Md. Montasir (Dhaka, Bangladesh) Registered
Born at Bogra, a district town of Bangladesh, Khandker Md. Montasir is now residing in Dhaka, the capital city of the country. Montasir is known for his unique composition. He picked up photography as a hobby in his early university life and turned out to be his passion that he can’t seem to get rid off. His captured photographs has a very unique style for including components that normal eyes fail to see. A photograph taken by him is an art on canvas that is awaiting to tell a story and to be heard, and is captivating to his followers. His techniques and expertise is more and more evident in his most recent works.


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