PhotographerAmitava Ray, photographer in Kolkata India

Photographer Amitava Ray born and raised in east Indian city of Kolkata (1960s) and completed his graduation from Calcutta University. Blogger Amitava Ray started his analogue photographic journey on 1979, few decades ago. Nowadays with digital technology, his series of travel stories often represent and fictionalize personal situations. The Himalayan high altitude nature landscapes serves like a cinematic drama and painterly aesthetics along themes of intimacy, relationships and loss. Alongside his dedication to long-term personal projects, he was a regular contributor to the social media, for publications before the creation of his only website rayPhoto. This registration occurred within couple of days after the successful auction of Rhein II by German visual artist Andreas Gursky. This incident was the primary inspiration behind the foundation of this website rayPhoto on 2011 by him. Rayphoto is to create art for nature and landscape wallpapers will be sold to view and cherished for years to come. Rayphoto is the India photos gallery for nature landscape panoramic scenery wildlife photos of adventurous traverse of valleys lakes culture places. Rayphoto travelled across India with an unique eye for composition, technical expertise, passion and creativity make the rayPhoto is the perfect photography house for your next wallpaper print. Rayphoto puts everything at ease in front of the camera, evoking the necessary emotions and capturing its true essence. Rayphoto is open to any style if it is done right. Rayphoto is looking forward to working with you and creating the ultimate experience of professional photography with 100% trust and honesty. India photos gallery by Rayphoto delivers worldwide high resolution digital print for exclusive drawing rooms in various size and manners.

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