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Photography As a Form of Art

If we look at the origin, the camera was just a productivity tool for scientists and media to capture a scene with the help of a button rather than holding a scene into their memory and then recalling it later in order to lay it on a piece of paper. It saved a lot of time for them and made the information somewhat realistic.

However, the curious among us stepped further and took it to the extent of visual art. Throughout the ages art, to be more specific visual art, has been ‘the exclusive preserve of a few professionals’. And the common people think that they have nothing to do with it. In this seminar, we will discuss why art is so necessary for all ─ poor or rich, educated or uneducated, professional or commoner.

Photography As a Form of Art
Photography As a Form of Art

Subhankar Das, an assistant teacher of Painta J. M. High School, is highly inspired by his recent interest in creative photography and he wants to establish a sense of art among his fellow people. He has organized a seminar on “Photography As a Form of Art” in his school with the cooperation of the headmaster Mr. Shanti Prasad Nandi and his other associates.

To fulfill the purpose of this seminar he has invited Minhajul Haque ─ a fine art landscape photographer and instructor of creative photography ─ and Alakesh Ghosh ─ an enthusiast in creative landscape and outdoor portrait photography ─ who is having honourable acceptance in many national and international salons throughout the world.

Join us and learn the art of seeing that affects our daily life.

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Minhajul Haque is a fine art photographer─specialized in natural light and landscape photography─creative instructor, author, and creator of this website. Minhajul studied science, then graduated in Computer Application in 2011. Later he found himself interested in fine art landscape photography and nature itself that he longed since his early days. Then he began to teach himself all the art and crafts of fine art landscape photography by studying the masters’ works and by trial-and-error to acquire the necessary skills. By now, he has developed a style of his own that intrigues others by showing ethereal and surreal appearances of this world. Besides creating beautiful images, he also teaches his creative techniques in workshops and training and enjoys writing, to share his experiences that he has gained along the way.

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