Mohammad Rahman's entry in Australasia’s Top Emerging Photographers 2021 (presented by Fujifilm), The aerial view of the Padma river in Bangladesh, is a featured portfolio, and appears in the Landscape category.
Bangladesh is widely known as a riverine land and is a terrain characterized by the presence of innumerable rivers that crisscross one another. The common and prominent features of Bangladeshi rivers are the river islands, also known as the char in this area. The char is a geographical unit made of soft alluvium brought down by rivers. This temporary land changes its shape, size, and location every year during the flood in this area. The beauty of this char is one-of-a-kind.
The mood, artistic appeal, loneliness, solitude, and tranquillity of the chars of Bangladesh attract many art seekers who dive into the beauty of Mother Nature. The beauty of this char is unique. The land formation and the strange natural shape of the chars interests me the most. I capture the beauty of char in simple composition, but in panoramic format to show the world its beauty.
Australasia's Top Emerging Photographers is the region's main platform for discovering and showcasing photographers at the outset of their careers and aspiring photographers. The competition is open to emerging, student, and amateur photographers. The prize pool currently stands at over $30,000.
Entries are now open, with standard pricing until 31 January 2021,
Final entries close 21 February at 11:59pm (AEDT).