Nakib Hassan: A Reflective Photographer

ঢাকা | Published: 2021-05-28 20:01:30 BdST | Updated: 2024-06-19 13:18:54 BdST

Nakib Hassan, born in 1994 in Chandpur, is an Bangladeshi photographer. Nakib Hassan has already become popular in Bangladesh and West Bengal for his conceptual photography. He completed his BSC From BUFT and MBA from Daffodil International University and lives in Dhaka, Bangladesh.

He bought his first camera in 2014 and started his professional photography journey in 2015 through a photography page called Nik Photography. Then along with the success of portrait photography, his bridal photography page Bridal Snaps started its journey in 2016.

He feels a proverb from the heart that a fine photographer is a fine storyteller. The images should express the story. Listening to people's stories, portraying them and expressing emotions in his written captions has made Nakib Hassan a special place in the hearts of his fans. 'Tumi Ashbe Bolei (A lonely girl has expressed her favorite imagination in nature)' was his first conceptual photography.

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He has photographed lots of stories inspired by different literature and life story, including 35 Boshonter Prem (The story of spending 35 springs together and making love feel sweeter every day), Fahimer Golpo (An orphan boy whose own Eid is very ordinary has an indomitable desire to fulfill his mother's dream), Moddhobitter Prem (Finding the happiness of the couple in a limited capacity after marriage), E Shohore Himu (Himu can be found individually in this crowded city), Moddhobitter Shokh (The abandonment of innumerable hobbies to fulfill one hobby is a daily story of the middle class), Baba (The responsibilities after being a father teaches deeply to understand the love of a father), Miniature Art Photography and many more.

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Photography is all about having confidence in everything you imagine and you do. This is perhaps how a good photographer like Nakib Hassan keep producing brilliant works.

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