Dr. B K, Sinha

( India )

About Me

1070 first SLR Minolta SR7 and SR1 with 55mm 1.8 and 200 mm 5.6 used equipment
1972 first wild life image at Betla ( Palamau)of an Indian gaur and first pictorial image
1975 Founder secretary of Photographic Association of Bihar( PhAB )
1976 first national salon acceptance at PAB, Calcutta on a TP
1977 Joined FIP as LM
1988 sabbatical from Photography for 10 years while on a study tour abroad
1988 – 89 Took over as president of PhAB and started salon participation seriously
1994 First International acceptance
1999 Became secretary for FIP salon recognitions
2002 Vice President followed by Acting President of FIP
2003 Best Indian participant for 3 years on a run.
Organised IIPC annual conference at Patna
AFIAP, ARPS
2004 Elected President of FIP and received AIIPC
Hon FIP
2006 2nd term as President of FIP and organised FIP convention at Patna
Received EFIAP
2008 – 8th International ranking in PSA Nature who’s who
2010 Elected as President FIP
2010 Awarded the coveted MFIAP for my series on Cheetah
2011 while President, appointed as acting Hony secretary of FIP following the sad demise of Mr Benu Sen
2012 Elected as Hony Secretary General of FIP unanimously
2014 Elected as Hony Secretary General of FIP unanimously
2016 Elected as Hony Secretary General of FIP unanimously
2018 Elected as Hony Secretary General of FIP unanimousl
2020 Elected as Hony Secretary General of FIP unanimously

2016 Awarded ESFIAP at FIAP world congress at Seoul
Started the culture of workshops in FIP at affordable prices. FIP has so far conducted 45 national as well as 6 international workshops in the last 4 years alone.
Photographer of the year and Youth Photographer of the year awards are running smoothly under the banner of FIP

Works Synopsis

Life and Death – New
Temples strangulated by fig trees (Ficus strangulosa) had their jubilant life with resonance of hymn. All God’s creatures, animate– inanimate, has its own life cycle. Temples are dilapidated with passage of time. Sun peeps through fig trees creating light–shadow effect bringing melancholy instead of foot falls of human being. One dies for the other to flourish. At Angkor Wat life and death goes side by side holding hand together.

Exhibition Name

Life and Death – New