I Shapol Said have been working as a photographer for the last ten years. During my photography passion, I voluntarily committed myself to capture the elements that I always felt are part of human civilisation.
This could be an abandoned boat at the beach. Young or old couples sharing their love with each other in the public. A bride and groom prepare themselves for their most precious moment. Pupils play at the schoolyard.
In addition to this, my dominant interest is shooting nature and landscape. In particular, between the seasons, when tree leafs start to fall, winter starts to show its lighting thunders and showery atmosphere, the appearance of flower buds, and the dryness of the land.
What is more, I would love to use my artistic photography skill to tell stories that are still speaking themselves. The power of my photography element is based on the personal experiences that I have acquired during my voluntary work here in the UK and back home. Since I strongly feel that I am belonging to the nature; I would always go back to it and share with it my thoughts through the lens of my camera. Nature has given me the longest breath ever to be myself and I will be for the rest of my life.