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"I like to explore by chasing the light and colors. “Without light, both we and our cameras are blind.” - Annie Griffiths.
A software engineer by profession, Abhijit has been keenly interested in Photography since middle school. However, it was not until the Digital era that he was really smitten by the shutter bug. Abhijit’s photographic interest is primarily in nature and landscape. His images appeared in and have received recognition on CNN iReport, National Geographic Your Shot, BetterPhoto.com, 500px.com and ViewBug.com. Some of his favorite photographers are Galen Rowell, David Muench, John Shaw and Brenda Tharp. When he is not doing photography, Abhijit likes to watch Crime and Horror shows, do computer programming and read books.
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photographersdirectory:

"I like to explore by chasing the light and colors. “Without light, both we and our cameras are blind.” - Annie Griffiths.

A software engineer by profession, Abhijit has been keenly interested in Photography since middle school. However, it was not until the Digital era that he was really smitten by the shutter bug. Abhijit’s photographic interest is primarily in nature and landscape. His images appeared in and have received recognition on CNN iReport, National Geographic Your Shot, BetterPhoto.com, 500px.com and ViewBug.com. Some of his favorite photographers are Galen Rowell, David Muench, John Shaw and Brenda Tharp. When he is not doing photography, Abhijit likes to watch Crime and Horror shows, do computer programming and read books.

https://www.facebook.com/AbhijitSarkarPhotography

http://abhijitsarkar.tumblr.com/

"I saw someone do it one day, and I really liked it. I wanted it in the film. I thought it would be funny so I just put it in. I didn’t know where I was going to put it, and then we were doing the take where she’s really sick and it’s something that’s just kind of like, "What do you want when you’re sick? I don’t want anyone to talk to me. The thought of someone speaking is just…" So yeah, I just thought I’d throw it in and the director really liked it so we kept it." - Emily Blunt on improvising in The Devil Wears Prada