Sricha Halder, is a passionate photographer and a student pursuing her B.tech in Biotechnology. She always believes that-” We must capture everything that is beautiful around us”. She doesn’t miss any chance to improve and build her photography skills with every new challenge which she takes as an opportunity to work upon her passion for photography. 

Keep on reading as here is an exclusive interview by Capturing WOW of a bussing photographer, Sricha Halder.

How did you start your journey as a Photographer?

Let's start from the 9th grade,where she had to take up photography as a PSC, and her father and brother, both were already into photography and here is where her journey begins.She had a teacher who use to tell us to focus more on photography and that's where they use to click a lot of pictures.She further continues that she had to switch school and then the pandemic happened which gave her a lot of time to work on her passion for photography and start her journey as a photographer.

How would you describe your style and what do you love to capture  through your lenses?

Sricha loves to capture everything and anything that catches her eyes. She says that her artwork cannot be described in one form as anything that’s attractive is her style.

What were the challenges you faced during your journey?

She didn't think that there were many challenges till the time she didn’t start exploring the world of photography.

Are you planning to take up photography full-time or as a hobby?

She says that she wants to currently pursue her B.tech in biotechnology and then if she is able to shape her photography skills at a  professional level then she would love to take up photography as a full-time career option.

Do you plan to take up any photography course to shape your skills?

Right now she wants to focus on her degree, and probably after completing her she will take up photography courses to mold her skills in a professional way.

Radhika:“I Don’t Really Call Myself a Photographer. I Am a Learner”.

Radhika, is pursuing BBI Jai Hind College and photography is her passion. She is a   painter, traveler and dancer at heart, she calls herself to be very lively and friendly. She wants to spread love to whoever she meets as well as to people across countries. Here are some insights from our recent interview with Radhika, here’s what she had to share about her photography journey.

When did you know Photography interested you?

Going down the memory lane, Radhika said, “Two years back my relationship with photography started. My friends motivated me and that is how my Instagram page was created.” Talking about her type of posts on her page, she said, “I post what I like. I don’t care what people will comment or think. That page is for myself, I do it for my liking.”

Which Photography Style can be best associated with you?

Although more inclined toward Street Photography, Radhika is a novice when it comes to other photography genres. Having tried her hands on a few styles, she said, “Apart from street photography, I do portrait work as well. I have attempted double exposure and a few other styles, but I haven’t explored a lot yet.” 

Do you intend to keep Street Photography as your permanent style or Would you like to experiment around?

To this, Radhika replied, “I love to experiment. I love to explore around. If I get new opportunities, I will definitely give it a shot.”

Have you done any Commercial Shoots? Are you in talks with anybody about the same?

“As of now, no, I haven’t done any commercial shoots nor am I in talks with anybody for the same. However, if I get an opportunity, I would certainly consider it”, answered Radhika. 

As you are currently studying Banking, do you plan on switching your career to Photography if you get a good opening?  

“Not at all. Banking is my first priority and it will continue to remain so. Photography as a profession is very dicey and risk-taking. Sometimes you might get good breaks, sometimes not. Hence, I would like to keep it as my passion only.”

Any challenges that you have faced in your photography journey?

Expressing her hurdles, Radhika said, “As I do street photography, there have been times when people don’t allow me to click pictures. I have faced many awkward situations where either people don’t understand my purpose or I am not granted the required permissions. Nonetheless, if there is some amazing view which deserves to be captured, I try convincing the authorities. If that doesn’t work in my favor, I still go ahead and capture my shots silently.” 

What are your future plans? How would you incorporate Photography into your daily life?

“I haven’t thought a lot about this. However, I am going to give my banking exam, take up a  9-5 job and continue working as a banker.” Furthermore, when it comes to incorporating her passion in her daily life, Radhika replied, “Photography is a different vision for me. I am more of a person who would do things uniquely and I would work out some way to add my passion into my daily life.” 

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