Passion is a very powerful word. Since the beginning of his photography journey, 27-year-old Sohel Ahmed has always been very passionate about photography. To him, photography is a place where he can find peace and happiness. Ahmed lives in Dhaka, and completed his Engineering degree in EEE from AUST. Photography first captured his imagination when he was in his undergrad. The first camera he ever bought was mainly for traveling purpose, but his interest started to grow gradually. Initially, he was into street, travel and lifestyle photography, but later on, he got interested in wedding photography, where he had the opportunity to work with moments, and started to work on compositions he learned while practicing street and lifestyle photography. He joined some of his seniors at...
Wedding photography is perhaps one of the most difficult things to do. Capturing the most precious moments of the biggest day of someone’s life while ensuring that you are doing justice to them can indeed be a very daunting task. However, Ata Mohammad Adnan has been making the whole process look seamless. An endocrinologist with a passion for photography, Ata has been conveying peoples’ stories to the world through photos for over a decade and with his initiative Reminiscence Photography, he has been immortalising the intimacies and intricacies of Bangladeshi weddings with his lens.
Dr Nipun Hazra has always held a passion towards photography. As a child, Hazra saw his father pick up the camera on several special occasions, and this power of capturing fleeting moments absolutely fascinated him. Over the years he picked up this hobby as his own, eventually specialising in wedding photography and creating Jolchap in 2017.
A Turkish wedding photographer is declared a hero on social media after admitting that he beat up a man who was getting married to a 15-year-old girl.