About Me

 

I’ve started photography at age of twelve from inspired by my father. Traveling the world as a photographer for National Geographic Magazine was the dream from my childhood. I feel capturing images that people enjoy to look at and are impressed with has not only inspired me to take up photography seriously but to give people a reason to care was the main intension for me.

Recently I became a member of National Geographic Stock Photography and Getty Images.eing a senior executive of a pharmaceutical company in Kolkata, I find very little time to enjoy my childhood dream of photojournalism which is now enriched with more than 20 years of experience in this field of art. This has however not stopped my works from being published in many magazines, newspapers and websites including online publications of various humanitarian, educational religious organizations.

 

Anyone who wants to publish or use the images for any purposes please mail me at info@apratimsaha.com or call+91 8900702900,    +91 8509333385, +91 94342 49048

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29 Responses to “About Me”

  1. A real gentleman..in all respect…and the shots are also..best wishes…

  2. very nice picture…beautiful shots

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  3. Camille Lacquemanne Says:

    Some amazing photographs. Really enjoyed all those beautiful colours!

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  4. Absolutely beautiful photography Apratim…. Your work is very inspirational….. Many thanks for sharing your wonderful images…. All the best, Stephen Paternite, USA

  5. Tanumoy Ghosh Says:

    Wonderful.. That is what I can only say. What camera and exposers you used for the faces of GangaSagar ?

  6. Prabhu Bhupathiraju. Says:

    Great photography. Thanks for sharing.

  7. Most of the times i visit a blog I see that the construction is poor and the writing bad. On the contrary,I could honestly say that you writing is decent and your website solid.

  8. Lucky to find myself on your blog. Look forward to get connected with you to see more of your work.

  9. arnab chakraborty Says:

    Truly fascinating. I am speechless.

  10. Dear friend,

    You have a great collection and view of India.
    All the very best.

    Cheers,
    Murali

  11. Your blog is very nice and well done presented
    good luck, Dietmut

  12. Ishaan Bhataiya Says:

    The world is a huge place…you have tried to compile it into small categories and have done it justice!!! Absolutely brilliant work!!!

    and a well done and well presented blog!!

    My best wishes!!

  13. Apni toh darun lok moshai.. durdhorsho chobi tolen.. proti ta chobi ekta puro galpo.. sotty bolchi.. eto dedication khub kam loker dekhechi.. eigulo processing ki apni nijei karen ???

  14. Dekhlam bhalo legeche, khubi bhalo legeche !

    Kamal Sarkar(softech)

  15. urnabh halder Says:

    In one word…superb….each & amp; every photo tells a story…. I really enjoyed !

  16. Great….! Which camera you uses?

  17. dino torchio Says:

    Apratim is an absolutely fantastic photographer ! I like very much his images!!!! Congratulations !

  18. I have one word to say, your pictures are excellent. I would like to see more and that too very frequently.

  19. Dear Saha
    Your photographs very good and story telling.Your photograph of Gangasagar Mela showing three women attracts me very much. If you have any time to spare, I am to request you to pl. visit my website http://www.bgchowdhury.in. Thank you.

  20. Beautiful pictures ! Thanks for sharing.

  21. Excellent shots! Absolutely loved going through your blog! Proud to be a part of this diverse nation !

  22. Debanjan Ghosh Says:

    Hi Apratim,
    Really came accross a wonderful blog and many excellent pictures.. subject selection, moods, angles and colours are awasome….what camera/lens combination you use generally ??

    • Thank you for the lovely words Debanjan. Equipment – that’s the never ending question 🙂

      I always say one thing that one must remember one thing that never be handicapped of your camera. It’s not the camera who takes a photo, it’s you. You are taking the picture. You have to see, you have to visualize and you have to find a massage that what you want to express through your picture. That is more important. That should be the target. Camera is just a tool nothing more than that. You know I’ve seen many great photographers to use compact cameras 🙂
      Though I’m a Nikon diehard fan but presently using Nikon and Canon both with a 50mm 1.4 AFD, which is one of my favourite lenses, and some wide angels.

  23. I like your fantastic web site, I was searching for this all over.
    best regards

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