Water prisoner

PhotographerSaud Al Faisal
PrizeHonorable Mention
City/CountryDhaka, Bangladesh
Photo Date2016
Entry Description

Bangladesh is the worst victim of global climate change, hence a huge population face floods every year. People move to nearest highland to take temporary shelters keeping their home behind. Till the water reaches above knee they try to remain in their home with a hope of water go down, they remain in their home like prisoners and they are the Water Prisoners of Bangladesh.

About Photographer

Saud A Faisal is one of the prominent initiators of many photographic activities and organizations in Bangladesh. “An inspirer ”, is what he prefers to be termed as over a “photographer”. Faisal started to develop his passion for photography in an early student age and completed his Diploma in Black & White Photography from Alliance Française de Dhaka in 1996. During his long active endeavors in photography, Faisal has received recognitions from various national and international arenas. He organized, participated and also served in different capacities in a wide range of exhibitions and workshops. Saud A Faisal is also selected as the Influencer by Sony for Bangladesh. He is also the founder of country’s one of the most important photography communities.