TalkOpedia Swell
@Talk-O-Pedia · 2:05

In Conversation with the Young Photographer!

He has also won several prizes regarding photography competitions that he has taken part in, and even his photographs has been exhibited in formal exhibitions around the town in Kolkata. So I think Depro is one of the very perfect candidates for this conversation and this interview today. And so we are going to just go forward with our Taco PDR conversation. I hope you people will enjoy listening to it and learning from Depro how to become a very successful photographer in just this young age

@DeeproBiswas #photography

Deepro Biswas
@DeeproBiswas · 0:54
So I think the challenge inspired me very much to come to this field. The challenge and the uncertainty it has to be a photographer to to explore new things every day to face new challenges. So that's why it inspired me very much to not go into the conventional field. And I also love to travel. So doing photography, doing street photography and doing documentary photography can also help me to travel around many places so I can live my dreams also
Siddhanta Pramanik
@Siddhanta007 · 0:48

What was your first photograph and why you clicked it

That was really amazing. I'm Siddhanta Pramanik. I am also a photographer by professional and also a person who is your interview today. It was a lovely story from your end. That how you have felt to start at this career option and how you have succeeded with the choices and own upbringing. Okay
Swell Team
@Swell · 0:15

Welcome to Swell!

Deepro Biswas
@DeeproBiswas · 2:08
I decided that if I didn't have a camera, I can use my mobile to click photographs. So I traveled in Kolkata and started to explore Kolkata in a different manner. Every corner of the street. And the device I was using was my Redmi Note Four because I didn't have a camera. Then my parents didn't agreed to buy me a camera. Then the first photograph I took probably was some street activities going on around the heart area in Kolkata. That was my first photograph
TalkOpedia Swell
@Talk-O-Pedia · 0:43

What kind of photography inspires you?

Pro. It was really nice to hear that your first picture was taken through a phone camera and not a proper camera. And I'm sure your parents are now more than proud because with all the that you have achieved and they agree with you to be a photographer more than ever. So moving forward Deepro. I would want to know what inspires you or what kind of photography inspires you the most and you're to find interest in clicking those pictures
Deepro Biswas
@DeeproBiswas · 1:00
We use a lot of devices to click photographs, I think, from our childhood. But that was a device. That was the time when I decided that I can do something seriously with photography. So that was my first device. I used to take photography seriously. But yes, for my childhood I had some quantum suit cameras or mobile phone. I used to take pictures around my home and try nature photography. So everyone does childhood. So
Deepro Biswas
@DeeproBiswas · 1:34
Yes. When I started doing photography, I was exploring Kolkata. I was traveling with photography in the genre. That me very much street photography or documentary photography. I think that there are some challenges in street photography. We travel from home, but we didn't know what are the challenges, what the surprises or what are the photographs waiting for us in the streets? And that is the most interesting and intriguing part about street photography
Deepro Biswas
@DeeproBiswas · 1:22
Also, I think there are certain things that street photography gives us or presents you with something that you can find uncommon things you can find arting, mundane things rather. And also the most important part is that when I started photography not have any cameras in
Siddhanta Pramanik
@Siddhanta007 · 0:55
And ultimately, when you post it, when you give the output to someone, give it to your client or give it to your base, or you give it to your Instagram or give it to any exhibition you see that becomes outstanding, although it never met your expectations. How do you feel at that moment when your unexpected work gets completely works out? And it looks so amazing for the viewers that they appreciate the Hill of
Deepro Biswas
@DeeproBiswas · 1:10
I didn't like that photograph, but some people may like that photograph. But I think art is not about all these appreciations. It's just that you do what you want to like. You capture what you want to capture and
Deepro Biswas
@DeeproBiswas · 1:29
Yes. Every time you do art or do something that you love, every time you think that there is a scope of improvement for this every time I look at my photographs. Now, I think that that maybe I could have done this or sometimes if it happens that you also think that this is the best you can give or in some cases it can also give me a test, but not got the possible best output from that
TalkOpedia Swell
@Talk-O-Pedia · 0:52

What would you like to say to the Young Crowd and other aspiring photograph

You have made a great point. The pro there that art is subjective and art. Every artist would say the same thing, that appreciations don't matter. So the pro here goes my last question to you that is you being a young photographer. You have had your shares of challenges. And so you know what it is like to be out in the field and work
Deepro Biswas
@DeeproBiswas · 2:00
I can tell you an instant that happened with me in this winter. In this year, I have picked a photograph of a horse, and I clicked of the horse because it was looking so uncommonly. It was looking at the leaves of the house and with the boat. It was so looking so beautiful. Also, it said that the bots didn't get that type of equation so that they will
Deepro Biswas
@DeeproBiswas · 3:22
You can watch good prints, printing all that you like like to see that or Steve Macaroni or the photographs of the Masters or young people or anyone you like any photographers, because in the recent years and in some years, so many photographers are also developing very much. There are many things to learn from them now. So now photography even had that issue of gender that only these type of people can become photographers. Everyone can now become photographers
TalkOpedia Swell
@Talk-O-Pedia · 1:14

Thank you @DeeproBiswas. Good bye guys! Keep listening to us!

We hope to bring to you different kinds of young people who will be joining us in the conversations telling us about their life story. And if you're interested in listening to them again once again, I repeat, do not forget to keep following and keep listening to us. So here we wear shawtrupa and Sudan in conversation with Vipro Bisphas. Goodbye guys. Keep listening to us. Thank you so much. You're

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