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Dibakar Roy

About Me

Hi this is me Dibakar Roy from Kolkata, India. I am an Assistant Manager Sales and Marketing and a Professional Photographer also. My first big achievement came from Sanctuary Nature Foundation, I was awarded an Honorable Mention in The Sanctuary Wildlife Award 2017. And after that so many awards and appreciations have come to my achievements.Among all these most precious are DCP Upcoming Talent Photographer Of The Year 2018, 2nd Winner in The Eyewin Awards 2019, 2nd Winner of The RHS Photographic Competition 2019, London, The Overall Winner Of GWT's 2020 Wildlife Photography Competition, London, Honourable Mention in Transversalidades Europe 2020, Winner of Sony Great Little Moments 2021 and very recently 1st Prize Winner in the EISA Photography Maestro Contest 2021, India.It's my great pleasure to achieve distinctions like EFIAP , EFIP Hon.CPE, G.APS from many National and International Photographic bodies. Now I am associated with the Plankton Exhibition as a Documentary Photographer. Nowadays I am doing a Documentary on Rural Bengal.

Works Synopsis

Title- In a line.Our India is an agriculture based country. Most of the rural part of India agriculture is the main source of income. And here paddy is the main grain. After cultivating the golden paddy it needs to boil and dry to maintain moisture level and preserve. This boil, dry and preservation process is done in several rice mills. After boiling workers dry it on a big ground for 3 to 4 days. And during this drying process workers create many lines and patterns on the ground by this golden paddy. Here are some of these beautiful moments of lines and patterns creations. I have clicked these shots at Habra, W.B. India. In Habra there are so many places where people are involved in this job. I have taken these shots with my Sony ILCE 7C camera with Sony 28-60mm lens from the rooftop of a nearby rice mill. Though this drying process happens on a big ground you need a wide angle lens and I prefer my 28-60mm lens for this. If you want to capture these patterns and lines you have to take the top shot view of these moments, that's why I have chosen the rooftop to click these shots. I went there very early in the morning and took these shots till noon.


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