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Subrata Mitra (Bangla: সুব্রত মিত্র, 12 October, 1930 – 7 December, 2001) was an Indianmarker cinematographer. Acclaimed for his work in The Apu Trilogy (1955-1959), Mitra is often considered one of the greatest of Indian cinematographers.

At the age of 21, Mitra, who had never held a camera before, began his career as a cinematographer with Satyajit Ray, the legendary Indian film maker, for Pather Panchali (1955). He continued to work with him for many of Ray's later films. He is known for pioneering the technique of bounce lighting, while filming The Apu Trilogy. He was also a cousin of the renowned singer Uma Bose.

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One of his most important technical innovations was his introduction of bounce lighting, which he pioneered while filming Aparajito (1956), the second part of The Apu Trilogy. According to the Internet Encyclopedia of Cinematographers:

His director Satyajit Ray also stated:

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