Presently, photography more tech-aided:Sandip Ray
With digital cameras, one can immediately check the result of a click and improvise, basing on what he or she has just seen, Sandip told PTI. "This helps every cameraperson, both new ones and seasoned," he said after inaugurating a photography exhibition `Changing Lanes` here.
While in case of the previous analogue cameras, there was a suspense story which is missed now, said the director of photography of father Satyajit Ray`s last three films, Ganashatru (1989), Shakha Proshakha (1990) and Agantuk (1991). "We miss the suspense waiting for the reel to be developed and the images unfolding later, which largely depended on perception," he said.
Impressed by the works of upcoming photographers, Ray said "Their works should be known, appraised and assessed by cinematographers as well as photographers. Being a photographer myself, I always support those who bring forth the unseen shades of this world. I feel that the eyes of a photographer always take out the hidden beauty of an object that most commoners miss."
Coming to his first tryst with still photography, Sandip said "I started taking snaps while being in school and then I started accompanying father to the sets and the interest grew and remained with me."
Coming to the photo exhibition `Changing Lanes`, he said, "Both the colour and black and white photos taken by Indrajit Dutta and Lopamudra Talukdar are simply brilliant. The two exhibited 50 photos at a south Kolkata gallery. "One of the best exhibitions I have seen in recent times," Sandip said.