Taufique Hossain is an experienced photographer. He has been in this field for almost 10 years. He has extensive experience in south asian wedding photography as he started working in Bangladesh as a Wedding Photographer. He has also covered several programs in UK for an year while he was doing his Masters there. Taufique recently moved to Sydney for his PhD and have started working as a freelancer here. Taufique Hossain is a self taught photographer. Due to this he has his unique style of capturing moments and unique style of post processing. In Sydney, Taufique has gone through two Photography workshops to develop a richer Sydney based photography portfolio.
The best part of this job is client satisfaction. I try to deliver the pictures by myself to enjoy the look of my client's face. The lovely pictures with their family and friends and the pictures of themselves in that special day really made them happy. Many of my clients still keeps connection with me, thanks to social media. Another part which I love about Photography is I get to meet different and I am telling you different kinds of people! Its fascinating.
Apart from Wedding Photography, I have experience in Studio Photography, Baby and Family photoshoots, Events Photography such as Corporate Events, Birthday Parties, General Parties, Product Photography, Architectural and Real Estate Photography. Each of these photography has their own sets of challenges. But being professional, communicating with clients, being on time, communicating in a proper manner while the shoot is going on and delivering pictures ensuring high standards makes each shoot successful and I have always tried to do that.
Best Wedding Photographer in Bangladesh back in 2011 awarded by ICE today Magazine. Best Portrait Photograph in IIUPE 2008.
I am a University Lecturer currently doing my PhD in Marketing at University of Wollongong. Photography has always been my passion however I never got the chance to make it into my first profession. Maybe that's a good thing as I can focus on the creative part of it and leave the commercial part behind.