Deep Bhatia


Name: Deep Bhatia, AFIAP, AIIPC
Address: H. No. 911, Preet Colony, Ambala Road, Zirakpur, Punjab-140603
DOB: 14.05.1955
Contact: 9888040643
Style of Photography: Creative, Surreal, Conceptual, Montaging
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Equipment used: Nikon D7100 Nikkor D18-140, 55-300
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Maximun Lenses 3 Lenses

Born in hilly village of Distric Solan of Himachal Pradesh, India in 1955, Deep Bhatia started Photography as a hobby in 1986, while working as an Economic Investigator in a Government of India. In his debut year in photography, he was inspired by the first prize he won in a photo competition organized by Government Museum and Art Gallery, Chandigarh. He started experimenting in the dark room techniques in the early years, and then switched on to post processing software viz. Photoshop in the digital era.

He has got more than 1000 acceptances in National and International Salons, Photo Competitions, and Exhibitions recognised by PSA, FIAP, RPS, FIP and IIPC. His works has been accepted and in more than 20 countries. He has got to his credit more than 150 Awards, Medals, Honorable Mentions, Certificates of Merit and Ribbons in various Photo Competitions. He has showcased his works in solo shows, two at Chandigarh and one in Patiala in the years 1992 and 1999.

He has Qualified for an International Honors in Pictorial Monochrome Photography in 1999 i.e. AIIPC (Associate of India International Photographic Council. He was also awarded international distinction “AFIAP” (Artiste Federation International de l’ Art Photographique) Belgium in 2014.

He conducts regular workshops for students of art, photography clubs, and schools and also acts as Jury members to judge the photographs in National/ International Photographic Competitions/Salons. He has inspired and guided many photo enthusiasts in the field of photographic art particularly Salon photography and many of them has excelled in their respective fields today.

Mr. Deep Bhatia is an avid photographer and wants to excel further in fine art photography and help groom others in photographic art willing to learn and improve.

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