Debiprasad is an Indian freelance documentary photographer based in Kolkata, India. He has graduated in Electrical Engineering & completed his post-graduation in Business Management. Though Debi is a Business Consultant by profession, but his strong passion for documentary photography & photojournalism made him travel to various countries like India, Australia, Indonesia, Singapore, Thailand, UAE, UK and USA. He strongly believes that as a documentary photographer, it is his responsibility to showcase the social changes and its impact on human race and he is committed to leverage photography as the most powerful tool to capture the social behaviors across the globe over the years. Presently he is associated with Zuma Press.Inc as Contract Photographer. Debiprasad is also a contributing photographer at Getty Images, EyeEm and Alamy.
His photographs have been published in many international magazines/websites e.g. Vogue Italia, National Geographic, F-Stop (USA), Rammajamma Images (Australia), Society of International Travel & Tourism Photographers (UK), Dodho Magazine (Spain), Fotoform Magazine (Germany), Life Force Magazine, Social Documentary Network, Positive, Monovisions, ViewFind, Private Photo Review, 121Clicks, Edge of Humanity etc. and exhibited globally like International Exhibition of Art & Photography at “Galerie Romain Rolland”, Indo-French Cultural Center, New Delhi (2015), Slovenia International Photographic Exhibition (2016), Plovdiv International Photo Festival Bulgaria (2016), The Search for Economic Justice Exhibition at University of Wisconsin La Crosse USA, Photography Group Exhibition “Portraiture” Serbia (2016), Eikon Culture – Visual Reflections Photography Exhibition Italy 2017, PONDY-ART 2016 – DRIVING FORCE Photography Exhibition, Pondicherry, India, Asian University for Women Bangladesh (2016), Photo Life – Art Hub Annual Exhibition Kolkata, India (2015), Consortium for Street Children, UK (2017), Blank Wall Gallery Athens Greece (2017), Instagram First Ever Photography Exhibition in India (2016), Academy of Fine Arts Kolkata (2016/2017), Spring Photo Festival Bardaf Slovakia (2016) etc.
He has received numerous honors like Neutral Density Photography Gold Star Award, 35Awards Russia, Monovisions Photography Awards UK, International Photographer of the Year Hon. Mention, Monochrome Awards Hon. Mention, Moscow International Foto Awards Hon. Mention, Photographic Society of America Gold Medal, International Photography Awards USA, Black & White Spider Awards USA, Photogrvphy Grant UK, United Photographers International Gold Medal, Photographic Society of Singapore Gold Medal, Fédération Internationale de l’Art Photographique Gold Medal, World Photo Hungary, International Union of Photographers Jury’s Choice Gold Medal Hong Kong, International Association of Art Photographers (IIAP) Gold Medal, Global Photographic Union Gold Medal, Czech Federation of Art Photography Silver Medal, Diploma from Image Sans Frontiere France, Digital Photo Archive Silver Medal Ireland, Master of Light Silver Medal, Zivko Janevski Bronze Medal and many honorable mentions/prizes from Ireland, Serbia, US, Singapore, UK, Argentina, Germany, Czech Republic, Croatia, Hong Kong, Ukrain, Slovenia, Bulgaria, Romania, Turkey, Armenia, Kyrgyzstan, Bosnia and Herzegovina & India. He is also a winner of Nikon India PowerYourClicks Photography Contest 2016, Fotoforum Award Menschen Germany, runner up in InterAction (alliance organization in Washington, D.C. of NGOs) 14th Annual Photo Contest for “Women Empowerment” 2016, Second prize winner in India Photography Award – Travel and a finalist of HIPA Award 2016. He has been nominated as a jury member in 35Awards Russia 2017.
Debiprasad strongly believes in the power of photography in changing people’s perspective towards social changes & issues. His background in business & economics always helped him to understand unequal relationship between technology & humanity and its impact on social & financial conflicts. His photographic vision is not only to depict social, political and financial issues & conflicts but also to portray surreal beauty and the enduring power of the human spirit. That is why, while photographing Debi always asks himself what changes his photos can bring to the lives of his “subjects” suffering in the darkest corners of the world.
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