Interview with Mansi Sharma - A Professional Photographer

Interview with Mansi Sharma - A Professional Photographer

This photographer has to resonate with the couple to brilliantly capture some of the most precious memories in their lives to let you think in different aspects.

Photography is the art of capturing light with a camera, usually via a digital sensor or film, to create an image that amazes everyone. and have a huge emotional impact on people, making them experience a particular sort of emotion for the same ordinary thing, You can define them like a painter who depicts his life on canvas by conveying certain emotions or experiences in front of you, and who describes reality the way he or she sees it or wants it to be and can change the way you think about a particulate thing. 

They are dedicated, passionate, and sometimes crazy individuals who are willing to give their lives for their desire, too often quite literally, to show us what needs to be seen, A different world, what needs to be known. we can think of no greater honor nor privilege than to have lived a life surrounded by images and the amazing individuals who create them and share them with us, amazing things is that they leave in their on-camera the world they see what we can't imagine.

For a photographer, it's an ideal medium to navigate ideas around humanity, connection, identity, memory, presence, experience, and intimacy in the real world.

Clicking your first picture for the first time is like cracking open a fantasy novel that opens up an entirely new world of strange creatures, a new world, and opposite natural laws and a completely new language. That new fantasy world is bursting with exciting possibilities, then explore and change the things you want.

Her approach focuses on still objects in real-life contexts. Whether you use a DSLR or an iPhone, and her tips are helpful for beginners, who want to learn or rely photography, or anyone who wants their photos to tell stories or convey a message for someone. 

Interview with Professional Photographer Mansi Sharma

21-year-old Mansi Sharma, Belongs to New Delhi and completed her schooling from Bal Bharati Public School and perusing graduation from Delhi University. She is a professional photographer, a travel and fashion influencer. She started her journey from school time itself and created her brand with her sister while they were in school.

At an early age, only she determined her desire and started work on it. and in this sequence, she was awarded for photography achieved the position of Vice President of her college photography society. which became a turning point in her life. she loves traveling, and blogging/vlogging, her experiences along with that.

She always tests her limits and pushing herself further to achieve more in her life. She is a goal-oriented person and aims to fulfill her dreams and goals in her life by working hard each day. She keeps motivates herself and the people around her do the same.

"camera can be used to breaking down barriers between the photographer, subject and viewer"

Mansi Sharma speaks to SocialTalk about how this journey happened and also how pictures influence and inspire her work and not photographers.

How did you get into photography?

I first tried my hands on a DSLR when I was in the 10th standard. I have always been super enthusiastic about photography but I started doing it more passionately when I joined my college society and decided that I should do a professional photography course (from Delhi college of photography) to brush up my skills And since I love traveling, photography started becoming a part of it.

Interview with Professional Photographer Mansi Sharma

Where do you get your creative inspiration from?

My creative inspiration has always been my mother. She’s an amazing artist and a fashion designer. She always kept on adding the creative element in me while my father always pumped me to become a better photographer.

Other than that, I think creativity is experimenting and taking risks. I always push myself to try my hands on everything new to me. The more you experiment, the better you get at it.

What is your most memorable story in photography?

My most memorable story in photography...

There can be a million stories since Photography itself is about creating a story. However, the most memorable one could be the one where I won my first award. I used to think that only professional photographers, who’ve been doing photography for years are capable enough of winning an award but my opinion changed when I participated in a competition and secured the first position in the first, go.

It made me more enthusiastic about photography and how I can nail everything thing if only I focus!

And like I said it's all about taking risks and experimenting with new things.

Photography has taught me a lot of things but focus and patience is at the top of my list.

Interview with Professional Photographer Mansi Sharma

What do you do besides photography?

Besides photography...

I’m a final year student from Delhi University studying Political Science honors. I’m a fashion and travel influencer.

I have my brand called Lifedecordings.

I do freelance photography and influence the budding photographers around me to do better. And just a girl who’s trying her hands on everything to create a better version of herself.

What are your plans for photography?

Photography has become a part of my life and I aspire to become a well-known travel/fashion photographer.

I aim to keep brushing my skills and work for channels like National Geographic and Discovery. As of now, I will continue with the freelancing and focus on other things that interest me as well.

Your advice to aspiring fashion photographers?

I feel I’m too young to advise people but from my knowledge and experiences, I can say that fashion photography is about creating concepts in your head first and then giving it a practical shot. It’s very important to plan your shot in your head before hitting the click button.

Fashion is about creating art so experiment a lot, you never know what you’re gonna find. Experiment with your camera angles and study the lighting. Lights play a major role in photography. Also, try to build a connection with your model by interacting more. Make her/him comfortable as the more comfortable they are the better shots you’ll get. Most importantly be kind to yourself and your models (both of you are humans and can make mistakes).

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