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The launch of picsite.co.in by Amit Singha has created a new medium for his photographs to reach new destinations.
“In my profession, website is no more a luxury thing that you can boast of, but has become a necessity in this digital age,” Amit Singha said explaining the logic behind his move to conquer an online space in the Internet.

The Delhi-based photographer has been the hand behind many commercial endorsements. His photographs have been the visual representation of many corporates’ identity. Take Cleartrip.com, many of you might not be aware that, all the photographs of the hotels of this group in Delhi and NCR have been captured by Amit.

Not enough! The click-happy Amit’s photographs have been endorsing India in national and international tourism sector. His photographed many images of India, the magnificent India, for the Incredible India! initiative. The Incredible India! is Government of India’s initiative to showcase the rich diversity of the country to boost tourism in the country.

What brings the best of Amit in his profession? The sharp-shooter who takes his assignment as a mission, says: “I love those assignment where there is minimum detailing and enough freedom to bring my work to completion”.

“Capturing images for the masses, indeed is no more than a mission. One has to be alert like a soldier you don’t know when your competitor steals from you the best moments,” he said.

“And many times you have to like a sniper who waits and waits for the killing picture”, explained Amit about his profession. “You see the best photographs of the world; they have been captured in lenses with timing and a bit of luck.”

“You name any event, and you will find a photograph depicting the whole episode. Take Kargil War, take Vietnam War, and recently Michael Jackson’s death, you will find photographs oozing milieu of the period and the mood,” he described.



Talking about his best photograph he has clicked in his profession yet, Amit said: “it is the one which depicts the poverty and penury of India, a person sleeping in a lane and his foot telling the story.” (see image)

In one exhibition, he said Governor of a State almost got freezed looking at the photograph. “This is my best photograph.”

And his photography will definitely go a long way with the launch of his name through the site.


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  • Comments

    1. Photography is a unique and creative medium of self-expression and capturing the exceptional moments & also very common actions that is overlooked by the human eye. It is an art form requiring aesthetic sense as well as technical expertise. An expert photographer can lead towards a promising career.

      It's nice to know about Shri Amit, his passion for photography and his worldwide website. I wish him all the best to achieve his deserving success.

      Pratibha Sinha
      Guwahati

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    2. If my yaadgar is correct,I have heard this name about three years back,when some photographs of
      Sri Sri Sadhu Thakur birth anniversary celebration, sent from Delhi, insrtucting me to get his name published in 'Nuwa Ela' the monthly mgazine.I wish his success in life. I would like to send one photo as a gift through this blog.

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