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Hi, I am Subhasish, a 31-year old amateur photographer from India based in Saarland, Germany since March 2019.

Photography started out as just a hobby at around 2016 when I started using it as a way to document my life and the multitude of places that I have visited to satiate my travelling bug. Over the span of these travels, this hobby gradually evolved into a passion.

During these travels, I started thinking of purchasing a camera, but I did not want to invest in something without learning a few basics of composition and how to use a DSLR. I remember , that around that time, I had planned for a trip to the Southern Indian state of Kerala and I borrowed a Nikon DSLR from a friend. Needless to say, I had a lot of fun using the gear and just fell in love with the photos (albeit I shot everything in Auto Mode). After another trip in the subsequent year to the state of Rajasthan, again borrowing a DSLR from another friend, this time a Canon, I finally saved up and bought myself my first camera, a  Canon 200D,  a camera that I am still using.
Fast forward to 2020, and almost a year after moving to Germany, when the entire world was thrusted into an unprecedented situation (at least in this century) and travelling to far off places became few and far between, I started exploring my immediate surroundings as much as possible or binging videos from some brilliant photographers on YouTube. This triggered something in my brain and I started diving into the potential of taking photos in my immediate surroundings as much as possible. Over a multitude of hikes and trails exploring the small state of Saarland, I grew quite attached to a few locations that over the years have become essential to my work. Finding and sometimes, even stumbling upon intimate scenes in these locations became more prevalent to my work. This change in mindset also helped me improve my work significantly, if I say so myself, as I stopped pursuing or as they say, trophy hunting and finding meaningful experiences in and around my surroundings.

Over the last couple of years, photography has evolved into a way of life, a means to pause and put on the brakes on the fast and chaotic lifestyle that I lead in my professional life and help me to calm down and take a breather. This same emotion is something that I try to evoke through my images to the best of my ability.

Hope you enjoy my work and leave much more relaxed than when you came here.

Do you want to collaborate or simply want to connect? Just use the contact form or drop an email. It would be my pleasure to connect with you.

Have a great day.

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