Some time, in between light and dark, day and night, dusk and dawn, lies an hour of serendipity when the world lies half asleep, like a snoozing monster waiting thirstily for dawn. There is a certain kind of surreal peace in the environment,as the city hides in disguise of serenity, before it has to wake up and look strenuously alive for no reason at all.
A sultry silence envelopes our otherwise boisterous metropolitan.Just before the hustle bustle of daily business, a carefully hidden gem of monochromatic soliloquy.
About Kanishka Mukherji
I am Kanishka Mukherji. I did my Masters in Marine Science holding a First Class 2nd rank. Presently I am working in State Bank of India. I started doing photography just 2 and a half years back with a Canon SX 160, point and shoot camera. Few months later this hobby turned into a passion. My current gear includes Nikon D5100, a Nikkor 18-105mm lens, and a Nikkor 35 mm 1.8g lens.
According to me, a photograph is a bridge between the subject and the viewer. A photograph should compel the viewers to think and be one with the subject. Each photograph should should tell a story and give a jerk to the thought process of the viewers. Despite my busy work schedule I manage to take some time out to sneak into the world and bring out the untold stories from the life of people.
Life is a quintessential element of my photography because they say, “it is more important to click with people than to click the shutter”.
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