If there ever was any meaning to life, then to Mr Ganesh it’s all about photography. In fact Photography is his life. He is a well-known name behind the amazing captures that lock attention for an undecided time, because his every picture speaks of emotions that long at that very moment. But of all the things that fascinate Mr. Ganesh the most is the ability that camera gives to transform photographs into stories and stories into books. And the best part he was guided and drawn to what he loved.
To start from first, he was always amazed by the magic created by the camera and he had suitable understanding of how to handle it with proper timing and proper fixation of objects in the frame. So this was enough for him to pursue it this with all the dedication needed. After the basic knowledge it only started with curiosity to frame those imperfections of place, person, still life, working-class heroes or any living or nonliving things that he found unique. Some people need to travel and go to different places to capture beautiful images. But he can stay in one place and shoot some interesting scenes, objects and anything and produce interesting images out of everything that’s around him.
Imagine three photographers approaching the same location-of-interest, which is a conflict zone in a war-torn city, bullets are spraying in air and explosions can be heard every few seconds, all three of them are making almost the same shots for the same alley, but each one of them is doing it for a completely different reason, one of them might be doing it for the money the other for glory, but the last of them had something very different in mind, he’s doing it because he believes the world must see the truth. And this is what makes him stand out of the three, and is what describes the photographic motives of Mr. Ganesh.
Currently, it is with great gratitude he continues to pursue the recording of our human condition through photographing life events and serving clients with all the dedication and passion. His quest to find and capture beyond what the reality has to offer has taken him to over 25 cities. He loves meeting people and his journey throughout life has been a wealthy exposure to a wide range of photographic odysseys.
He is constantly inspired by simplicity and novelties that are often overlooked. As a photographer, he feels it is his responsibility to capture some of the simple beauty that most people don’t seem to recognize. He also looks forward to be honored to tell different stories with his capabilities, photographs and film direction.
Here is what Mr. Ganesh has to say to all the aspirers out there, “That frame of mind that you need to make fine pictures of a very wonderful subject, you cannot do it by not being lost yourself. Some people get a college degree in photography and translate that into teaching photography classes. Others might start their own photography business. Even more, people take a more blended approach where photography is just one way they use to make money while working a second job or finding alternative income sources through blogging and other means. And if you are considering photography as a career, I believe you must search inside you for what might keep you going, as it is a very neat field which needs lots of patience”
Source: The Intellectual Indian