From our correspondent
Silchar, July 23: Sky is certainly not the limit for ace photographer Dibyendu Das. A tionwide reputed magazine –Asian Photography – has featured him in their Pro Profile Section under the title ‘Undying Passion for Photography’ in their July 2017 issue.
Abhishek Desai, senior correspondent of the magazine, conducted an interview with the 47-year-old photographer. The magazine has also featured this interview cum write-up along with the photographs. The Silchar based photographer, Dibyendu Das has already earned the distinction of Intertiol Federation of Photographic Art. His collection of photographs over the past 6 years has been featured in the issue.
The interview focuses on Dibyendu Das’ foray into the world of photography, experiences, choice of subjects and preparations he takes before going on a photography tour. He mentions that he never works for money. The 10-page illustrated interview cum write-up also features his advises and words of wisdom for wanbe photographers. The magazine has made one of his clicks as its cover page in its latest issue. It is the photograph of ‘Garden of Cave’ which Dibyendu Das took on his last visit to Meghalaya in the month of May, 2017. It is relevant to mention here that, a couple of years ago; another tiol level magazine on photography, Smart Photography published a 13-page long interview cum write-up with Dibyendu Das in this December 2015 issue. Discover India’s North East which is a bi-monthly tiol travel magazine published his works along with text on the famous and popular festival Charak. The latest issue of the magazine has features his write and photographs on Polo. Dibyendu Das, a resident of Sunil Sarkar lane of this town, is also an employee of Assam University. In all, he has won more than 25 awards from tiol and intertiol level magazines.
The passiote photographer has taken the world of photography by storm by winning a number of prizes and getting bestowed with honours and recognitions at various photography competitions across the country and abroad. Dibyendu Das was awarded a Silver Medal by the Baleric Island Photography Circuit, Spain. In addition to this, he won 2 Gold Medal and 1 Bronze Medal at the Photo Fond tiol Circuit, India. He was also awarded with a Gold Medal by the Fotoorbit tiol Circuit of India. His latest photograph titled ‘Ocean of Sand’ has won him a Certificate of Merit and cash prize from the DJ Memorial Photography Competition, 2017.