There is a story to be told in every frame, a lesson Akshit learned very early in his life, since he had already visited the Great Himalayas 15 times by the time he touched 13.
It started as a hobby with his first Sony HX 100V, shooting photographs on the go during his trips to a host of spots in India, with his parents, both avid travelers. They soon discovered that he had an eye for photography, and bought him a Nikon D40.
He started shooting beautiful landscape and capture the beauty of the nature in both the long shots and macro.
By the time he was 15, he was all ready to step into the world of commercial photography. He started training with Mr Hemshankar Pathak and picked his concepts fast and was raring to go professional. Akshit took his baby steps into commercial photography shooting portraits and fashion photographs for family and friends. Over the last three years, he has grown professionally exploring Products, Interior, Architectural and some serious fashion photography.
For Akshit, Photography is a way of expression, a prayer that brings him peace, and an art that soothes his soul. He wants to capture everything that exists in this world, freezing the live moments in people’s live forever and breathe life into objects, each of which have a story to tell. He says, I want to give a new perspective to things, every time I hold the camera. Bon Voyage, Akshit. It is going to be a great journey, frame by frame, pixel by pixel.