Top Photo Bloggers in India all travel lovers must follow
If you are the one who says “Photography / photo blogging is easy”, you need to re-think. They are the ones who capture our attention and mesmerize us with their clicks. Here is a list of top photo bloggers in India all travel lovers must follow:
It’s easy to find Hari Menon even in crowd, he standing tall at 6’3 roaming around with a camera trying to capture nature’s bounty through his lens. An instinctive photographer, his magical touch is evident in the numerous photos he has taken ranging from stills to faces, and abstract to reality. He is known to capture images from day to day life and render them immortal. He hails from a beautiful village North Paravur near to Cochin. Check his blog for more details.
Sanket Khuntale is an artist and a famous photographer based in Mumbai. At a young age of 13, Sanket fell in love with photography and dedicated his youth to master it. Excelling in this field, he soon found clients and made it a profession. From portraits to the weddings, his lens has captured many. He understands the importance of constant feedback, and therefore, encourages people to contact him with any suggestions.
For him photography is a never ending learning process and it constantly evolves. Therefore, Sanket adds his perspective to the canvas in order to make the picture look more beautiful.
Sanket has received many national and international awards that includes ‘Sony World Photography Awards, London (2012), India Africa, Mumbai Metro, Sakaal Reflections, Vista Photography Competition, Red Frames and Feature in Famous Magazines like – ‘Creative Gaga’, ‘ Smart Photography’ and ‘Better Photography’ Check out his blog for more mesmerize clicks.
Himanshu Khagta is a documentary and travel photographer known for his visual story telling. His work has appeared in many international publications including the prestigious, The New York Times and Condé Nast Traveller. He is known for his photo journalistic approach and shoots for a variety of commercial and editorial clients. Living a life of adventure, he spends his time hiking, mountain biking and alpine skiing across the Himalayas and is always pushing his limits.
Himalaya roads video,
The New York Times, The International Herald Tribune, Condé Nast Traveller, Hindustan Times, Destinasian, Femina, Outlook Traveller, Discover India, Carlson Rezidor Group are his clients.
His recent stints are
- Stayed in the remote Spiti valley in winters for six months, where the temperature goes below -30˚C, for his personal project, Life in Spiti.
- Travelled 3623km across Ladakh on a farm tractor documenting the record breaking journey.
- Driven the support vehicle and documented the 7000km across India to document the Longest Tractor Expedition from Chandigarh to Kanyakumari and back for 19 days behind a farm tractor.
Amar Ramesh is one of most famous wedding and portrait photographers in Chennai, however he also takes a lot of pictures during his travels. He started to click his shutter by 2010. His Hyderabad Through iPhone 6 is one of his famous travel works.
“My Chennai” through iPhone 6
This video will make everyone fall in love video making and make them want to visit those cities. He has a commercial team of 21, which includes photographers, videographers, writer and editors.
He loves to capture nature, architecture and people. His current project is “1000 sunrise”.
Arindam Thokder is a Bangalore based street photographer with a keen sense for contrast and color. He loves documenting social issues and nature. He travels to various parts of India to observe peoples cultures, landscapes. But it is street photography that inspires him the most.
His street pictures mostly have eye contact with various theme/humans which is unique style of him to give life to picture.
Kalyan Varma, a Bangalore based Mechanical Engineer quit his “Application security and cryptography” job in Yahoo to take up photography full time. He is a wildlife photographer, filmmaker, naturalist and explorer specializing in environment. His work has appeared in many publications worldwide, including National Geographic, The Guardian, BBC Wildlife, GEO, Smithsonian, Lonely Planet and other magazines. He freelances with many of the world’s leading magazines, environmental NGOs and television channels like Nat Geo and BBC.
He believes in the philosophy of combining an artist’s eye with a journalist’s curiosity and sense of storytelling in his visual style. This results in a body of work, which will inspire the viewer to discover more. Using narrative and visual construction, he strives to lure the audience into the subject, prompting them to ask questions rather than accept a ‘standard version’ of changing landscapes.
He organizes two levels of workshops for interested candidates. To know in detail about the workshop and to have a look at his wonderful gallery and photo essays, please visit his blog.
Srivatsan Sankaran hails from Chennai and is an engineer by education but a die-hard Photographer by passion. He pursuing his passion for the past six year and learned a lot about nuances of photography. His objective of photography is “Bringing out a sense of union with Mother Nature” and “sense of singularity with people”. He loves to visit new places to capture people’s life style, culture and tradition. He strongly believes that” The art of producing extraordinary image depends on the how deeply you are passionate about it”.Click here to visit his collections.
Ganeshbagal is Pune based photographer. He tries to tell a story in every frame of his pictures. He believes that the picture should be a signature to a person. Apart from passion, he doing commercial photography like wedding, industrial and portrait shoot. Check his collection by visiting his site.
Joshi Daniel‘s captures images of people to form a story based on their lifestyles, cultures, and traditions. He can be seen running around the streets to capture unique and cool pictures. He always tries to spend time to learn and understand his subjects. He prefers to shoot in black and white.
His won the 2015 and 2014 BlogAdda award in the ‘Photo & Video‘ category and 20 Most Outstanding Photo blogs in 2012 Photo blog Awards.
His treasure image, heart melting smile was published in the Top 50 in Series #3 of the India Is Photography challenge 2012 in the category INDIA.
After her brief stint at IAF, Indrani Ghose has settled to freelancing in writing and photography. Being an avid traveler, she keeps logging her travel experiences in detail with lot of photographs. Her journeys are most often dotted with world heritage monuments. She has been to 19 countries and 225+ cities around the world, yet her craving for travel hasn’t ceased. Indrani has been blogging for eight years now; she has more than 1300 blog posts on travel and even more number of photographs on those travels. Check out her blog.
Don’t these pictures make you want to travel as well? Go ahead, book those tickets right now.
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