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The Eyes Behind the Camera: Presenting the Photographers of India

Capturing moments, memories and lives, meet the renowned photographers of India who’ve taken photography to new heights




Ansel Adams very rightly said, “Photography is an austere and blazing poetry of the real.” Pressing the shutter of the camera isn’t simply photography. What photographers bring to the table is mystifying and enigmatic. Their eyes catch what others might not. A blue ocean means different things to different people. A photographer will freeze that moment through their camera in different ways than one. Maybe, that is the art of living and of understanding. In this light, we present some passionate photographers of India and their comprehensive collection, narrating a plethora of stories and making memories alive. 

Raghu Rai

Photographer Raghu Rai started snapshotting the corners of life at the age of 23, in 1965. Sensitive to the hustle bustle of life around, the simplicity in the moments, and the socio-political causes, Raghu Rai has photographed some of the most monumental images and pictures ever. He is a recipient of the Padmashree, awarded for his sincere work on the Bangladeshi refugees, the war and its surrender. His photography covers all opposites, be it his body of work on the tragedy of Bhopal or capturing the colourful liveliness of the city of Varanasi

Credits: Instagram (Raghu Rai)
Credits: Instagram (Raghu Rai)
Credits: Instagram (Raghu Rai)

Dayanita Singh

Dayanita Singh describes herself as a ‘bookmaker who works with photography.’ She is famous for her portraits of the urban elites and the middle class. Singh uses sequences of photographs to narrate stories and poetic possibilities behind each photography. Primarily working with black and white portraits, however, recently Dayanita Singh has been adding colours to her photography, to understand spaces in different hues and shadows.

Credits: Instgram (Dayanita Singh)
Credits: Instgram (Dayanita Singh)
Credits: Instgram (Dayanita Singh)

Pablo Bartholomew

Born in New Delhi, Pablo Bartholomew first started photography at the age of sixteen after learning the basics of photography from his father. He has been interested in stories of the people, and through his keen eye and camera, he has relentlessly brought extensive exhibitions. One of his exhibitions, ‘The Nagas’, is a classic example of his brilliancy. Journeying in and around remote villages and uphills, Pablo photographed some crucial elements of the Nagas cultures, some which you might not find today.

Credits: Instagram (Pablo Bartholomew)
Credits: Instagram (Pablo Bartholomew)
Credits: Instagram (Pablo Bartholomew)

Sooni Taraporevala

Sooni Taraporevala is an internationally acclaimed screenwriter and filmmaker. She has written screenplays for well reputed studios—Disney, Warner Brothers, HBO, Universal, etc. Based in Mumbai, Sooni started her career as a still photographer. Over the years, she has showcased multiple photo exhibitions. One of her most renowned photograph exhibitions has been on Parsis, titled, ‘Parsis: the Zoroastrians of India–A Photographic Journey’ The work is a result of almost 20 years, which gives us a deep glimpse into the lives of the Zoroastrian community in India. Sooni Taraporevala’s trained eyes have offered us a documentary on the Parsi community through her sequences of her photographs.

Credits: Instagram (Sooni Taraporevala)
Credits: Instagram (Sooni Taraporevala)
Credits: Instagram (Sooni Taraporevala)

Bharath Ramamruthan

Bharath Ramamruthan is India’s leading architectural, interior and travel photographer. He commenced his professional photography in 1988 and since then has delivered prolific work on India and its stupefying architecture. His eagle-eyes are sensitive to not only the structures of the architect but also its space, soul, spirit, shadows and hues. His architectural training has given him more insight into capturing the fine details and its aesthetic sensibilities.

Credits: Instagram (Bharath Ramamrutham)
Credits: Instagram (Bharath Ramamrutham)
Credits: Instagram (Bharath Ramamrutham)

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Timeless Frames: Photographers Transforming Art

From 1816 to 2024, photography has diversified into multiple formats. We bring you some photographers of the contemporary who we enjoy and hope you do too.



Photographers, Vinay Kumar, Tejz Photography, Sitanshu Gupta, Suhas Yadake, Anil Kumar Saini, Rohan Shahi

Art is personal to everyone and everyone chooses to express themselves through various unique forms of art. Painting transformed itself into photography with the advent of modernization and the rejection of traditionalism and realism. Painting evolved in various forms. And, photography, and cameras have evolved over the years. From 1816 to 2024, photography has diversified into multiple formats. We bring you some photographers of the contemporary who we enjoy and hope you do too.

Vinay Kumar

Vinay Kumar projects his photographic lens on portrait frames majorly. His photography is vintage-inspired and engages with the neon hues that remind you of vintage pubs. His photos seem to express human emotions and speech with the various expressions and angles of the portraits.


Tejz Photography

Tejz Photography is a newly started venture of a photography enthusiast who embraces nature. The photography captures the delicate aspects of nature, immortalizing it in beautiful and encapsulating frames. The photographer brings nature to the table with their personal lens. 

Credits: tejz_photography

Sitanshu Gupta

Sitanshu Gupta is a traveller-photographer and a travel influencer. He is capturing the world through his exquisite photographic lens. His captures present the sublime with the vast landscapes and huge water bodies filling the majority of his work. Upon looking closely one can also find a hint of mundane moments that make up for the sublimeness of life he presents. These frames are little moments shared between locals against the backdrop of infinite landscapes of the photographed space.

Credits: guptajighumnechale

Suhas Yadake

Suhas Yadake is a photographer, observer, and admirer of mountains. A lot of his photography captures the exquisite and insane beauty of the Himalayas. He stills the nature he observes and admires through his detailed photography. His frames tell a story of itself and the surroundings behind the particular shot presented. He experiences nature by capturing it beautifully.

Credits: man_and_mountains

Anil Kumar Saini

Anil Kumar Saini photographs nature and architecture. He presents exquisite frames via his lens. His photography tells that he observes various monuments, religious shrines, mountains, nature, flowers, and architectural structures and captures them beautifully. He believes that preserving nature and capturing it can be seen as one way of stilling the life in it. His photographs tell a story of their own too.

Credits: anilkumarsainiii

Rohan Shahi

Rohan Shahi is a photographer and videographer capturing panoramas through his highly observant lens. He brings the beauty of mountains together in his photographs and stills them for the most exquisite views. He views nature with close to his heart and brings the viewers closer to nature. From the vast and impossible landscapes to mundane moments and things to furry animals around us, he captures them and their stories beautifully.

Credits: rohanshahi

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Wildlife Photographers: A Visual Treat For Adventurers

Wildlife photography is one of the most difficult yet the most satisfying forms of photography. Showcasing its magic here.



Wildlife Photographer, Wldlife, Photography, Instagram

Wishing to explore the wild but your mundane job doesn’t allow you to step out of the clutches of the corporate world to relish nature? Hoping for a tiny escape in your everyday life even though it’s for a few minutes? All your prayers will be answered in this article. We bring to you the treasure box containing just the finest wildlife photographers on Instagram. We are sure that they will keep that wildlife explorer spark in you alive.   

Dhir Jakharia

Capturing the glory of nature at its finest, Jakharia is one of those wildlife photographers whose camera will take you on a visual journey through the wild. From innocent moments of elephants playing with each other or fanning out their ears to the brutal reality of the law of the jungle as the lion catches on to its prey by the neck, his pictures beautifully show the different sides of nature without any hesitation.

Credits: Instagram (@spotclickpost)

Munna Mandalapu

Capturing nature in motion with so much clarity is not an easy feat to achieve. Yet Mandalapu’s work makes it look super easy. His expertise as a wildlife photographer shows in his attempt at capturing birds and even insects in action and is really noteworthy. The vibrancy and depth that each picture carries is unmissable.

Credits: Instagram (munna.wildlife)

Apoorva Jadon

The first thing you will probably notice in Jadon’s photography is her play on colours. She is someone who ensures that her background beautifully complements her subject in the foreground. One of those wildlife photographers who ensures that nature’s beautiful aesthetic sense is only enhanced by her lens. Jadon’s works are bound to transfer you to the middle of the jungle.

Credits: Instagram (apoorva_photography)

Biplab Banerjee

A wildlife photographer with a special focus on birds. Banerjee beautifully captures these ever-fleeting creatures of nature for us to marvel at. Freezing them for us to admire each aspect of their existence his works are truly a sight to behold. From a mother bird feeding her children to a bird that is simply perched up on the stem of a flower, his lens never fails to capture any moment.

Credits: Instagram (biplabbanerjeewildlife)

Jagdish Choudhari

A “Wildlife Conservator with a Camera”, Jagdish’s captures are bound to get you in touch with the innocence of nature. Freezing the calm beauty of nature, his work is bound to leave you feeling energised and refreshed. From vultures to lions to common crows, all of them find a place in his photography.

Credits: Instagram (thar_wildlife)

Amal George

Are you a big fan of the big cat family? Then George is the wildlife photographer for you. Capturing these majestic beings at their finest, his work is bound to leave you speechless. From the famous Royal Bengal Tiger to the endangered beauty, Black Panther his lens captures them all in their natural habitat. Although he does cover other animals, the big cat family seems to be his favourite of them all.

Credits: Instagram (awildlens)

Dhruv Shilpi

Big fan of reptiles, amphibians and insects? Then Shilpi is the wildlife photographer for you. Taken with utmost precision and clarity, his works allow us to see something as small as a wasp or a spider up close. Giving a new perspective to snakes we get to see them from an entirely different angle.

Credits: Instagram (dhruvshilpi)


From innocent marmots to ferocious wolves to deadly lions, Sheetal’s page is an absolute delight for any wildlife enthusiast. She uses the natural light to her full advantage and enhances the depth and clarity of the subject of her image tenfold. Our personal favourite from her page is the “Sunday Morning Stretch” by the Leopardess Padma.

Credits: Instagram (sheetal.mistry_)

Joy in the Wild

Capturing the brilliant orange hue of the tigers perfectly, his works are bound to leave you in awe with their vibrancy. Another big cat lover, he does click other animals such as elephants and otters, but his undying love for big cats is hard to miss. Using nature as his palette he ensures to bring out the true colour of each of his subjects. 

Credits: Instagram (wildchasersindia)


Capturing the enchanting winterscapes, Chavan’s work will leave anyone breathless. Keeping birds at the centre of his work, he brings to us some of the most rare species in the world. From pallas’s cat to snow leopards to red pandas, his works primarily centres around the wildlife found in the coldest regions. His page is a true sight to behold and will most probably make you book the earliest flight to the mountains.

Credits: Instagram (adityaa_chavan)

Hope these wildlife photographers reignited the adventurer spark in you!

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Wild Wanderers: Capturing Nature’s Beauty Through the Lens

In the heart of untamed landscapes and hidden corners of the world, “Wild Wanderers” invites you on a visual journey like no other.'



Wildlife photography, Wild

This captivating collection of wildlife photography captures the awe-inspiring beauty and intrinsic grace of Earth’s most magnificent creatures. From the majestic elegance of the Tiger to the intricate colours of a reptile, each photograph tells a story of resilience, survival, and the delicate balance of our natural world.

Anupam Thombre

Through the lens, he offers a glimpse up close and personal look of wild animals, upon seeing the images one might feel they are in the environment that it was clicked in.
His pictures capture the beauty of the colours of the wild wanderers that surround us. With his dedication, he brings to light the beauty of nature.

Credits : Instagram (Anupam_thombre)

Rahul Shreevastava

Some of the clicks that he takes are truly breathtaking and will have you staring in awe. Shreevastava has a knack for capturing the raw beauty of nature that makes his clicks all the more fascinating. He takes us into the secret life of the wild animals, an adventure to remote habitats.

Credits: Instagram( Wildlife_valmiki)

𝐏𝐫𝐚𝐤𝐚𝐬𝐡 𝐂𝐡𝐮𝐤𝐭𝐚𝐲’𝐬 𝐒𝐡𝐞𝐫𝐩𝐚

His clicks of birds are truly magnificent and magical. He also features some rare animals such as the Red Panda that not everyone may have seen. His photography is wonderfully simple, captured at the perfect moments. With animals in the natural element.

Credits: Instagram( )

Luku Ranjan Nath

Capturing the moments that seem like they were created just for him, his clicks are vibrant and energetic. Animals in their own space are peaceful, sometimes even playing with the camera. His clicks are unique and have a touch of curiosity of their own.

Credits: Instagram(Luku_ranjan_nath_wildlife)

Vinay S Kumar

His clicks are so well timed one would think that nature had waited just for him to capture these moments. The grace and magnificence in the pictures are noteworthy, perfection almost as if it is a painting. There is something dangerous and beautiful in his pictures.

Credits: Instagram(Vinayskumar1)

Rahul Chakraborty

His clicks are filled with the cute moments that happen in nature. From birds to animals, his clicks are a variety of them all featuring some rare clicks such as a Fox, Hornbill etc. He has a knack for clicking birds in their elements at various moments in time.

Credits: Instagram(Rahuls_wildscape)


His photos consist of wildlife in the mountain areas. They have an air of magic to them given the angles at which he has clicked them. There’s a sense of curiosity upon viewing his images to go further and explore the mountainous terrain yourself to see these animals ourselves.

Credits: Instagram(Caramjeet)

Mithun Hunugund

He is an internationally recognized photographer who has worked with National Geographic. His photos mostly follow the lives of the Big Cats in South India. Some of his most noteworthy clicks are of Saaya and Cleopatra, the Panther and Leopard duo that he has been following for years now. Capturing their lives and observing their every move.

Credits: Instagram(Mithunphotography)

Mukesh Yadav

The moments he captures are exquisite and fascinating. From Elephants taking a mud bath to vultures and wolves having a face-off over food. His clicks are beautifully timed clicks that would have been lost to us had he taken them a second later. He has clicked pictures from famous forests such as Jim Corbett and Ranthambore.

Credits: Instagram( Mukesh.c.yadav)

Sourav Mondal

Capturing the beauty from snowy regions of the world, Mondal brings to us the animals all cosy in their natural space. Soaking in the chill while keeping themselves warm, giving us a glimpse into their lives high up on the mountains. The clicks are clear and perfect, one would want to dive right into the picture upon seeing them. Mondal creates a beautiful exhibition of his clicks for the world to see.

Credits: Instagram( Souravmondalphotographs)

Through the lens of these dedicated photographers, we get a glimpse into the secret lives of wild animals. They take us on an adventure into remote habitats, showing us the breathtaking diversity of species that share our planet. “Wild Wanderers” is not just a collection of images, it is a celebration of the biodiversity that surrounds us and a powerful reminder of our responsibility to protect and preserve the fragile ecosystems these creatures call home.

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In Focus: Young Photographers Making Waves in the Industry

Through the Lens of Tomorrow. A Closer Look at the Promising Young Photographers Shaping The Visual Narrative.'



Aaradhya Shukla, Baishnavi Bharati, Arunava Kundu, Neeraj Andrew, Prajay Katkoria, Rohan Kudalkar, Samuel S Photo, Hemanth Thallapaneni, Photography

The world of photography is ever-evolving, and with it comes young, talented photographers who are all set to make their mark. These Young Indian Photographers are a breath of fresh air with their innovative techniques and passion for storytelling. This article lets us look at the world through their lens, celebrating their talent and the vibrant future they hold in photography.

Aaradhya Shukla

Aaradhya Shukla is a talented young photographer who captures landscapes, wildlife, and moments in everyday life. He can make us see the world through a different perspective, bringing into focus the need to preserve the planet. He plays with lighting and contrasts in his photographs which is a beautiful touch and an ode to his style.

Credits: Instagram ( @ardyshukla )

Baishnavi Bharati 

Baishnavi Bharati is a vibrant young photographer who captures breathtaking portraits of people and her travels. Her photography is the embodiment of the idea of Young Indian Photographers, with her colourful clicks and capturing the essence of Indian culture and people.

Credits: Instagram ( @bharati_baishnavi )

Arunava Kundu 

Arunava Kundu radiates the knack of capturing clicks that are so simplistic yet divine. He specialises in street, documentary, and daily life photography. His monochrome clicks steal the spotlight, they are so perfectly timed and captured, as though the moment held still for him to freeze it through his lens. His pictures also feature adorable animals blissful in their element.

Credits: Instagram ( @arunabhakundu )

Neeraj Andrew 

Neeraj Andrew has documented and captured the world through his travels and photography. His clicks are a testament to the essence of exploring the world and capturing every moment. He takes the moment and makes it picture-perfect with his impeccable talent of framing and patience.

Credits: Instagram ( @neerajandrew )

Prajay Katkoria 

Prajay Katkoria captures stunning moments from everyday life. He specialises in street, rooftop, and aerial photography. His photography has beautifully captured the bustling city life, giving viewers a sense of calm amongst the chaos of busy cities. He gives the viewers a glimpse into the perspective he sees the world through.

Credits: Instagram ( @prajai_k )

Rohan Kudalkar 

Rohan Kudalkar captures portraits, landscapes, and stills from the daily life of the locals. He also does pre-wedding and maternity shoots as well, capturing the happy little moments between couples. His clicks are picturesque and serene to look at. He predominantly captures moments from his travels to coastal regions in India, such as Goa, Karwar, and Mangalore.

Credits: Instagram (@r.d.k_photography )

Samuel S Photo

Samuel is a talented young photographer who specialises in nature photography. His pictures are well-taken and feature nature and wildlife in their true essence. The clicks are a treat for the eyes and calm for the soul. His wildlife captures and is exceptionally breathtaking and majestic.

Credits: Instagram ( @samuel_soundararaj )

Hemanth Thallapaneni

Hemanth Thallapaneni is a passionate photographer who enjoys capturing the nuanced aspects of nature. Landscapes, flowers, forests, and street photography, all are captured by his lens through his vibrant perspective. His play with monochrome and colour in a single frame is truly a game-changer in the field of photography.

Credits: Instagram (@thallapaneni_hemanth )

As we immerse ourselves in the clicks of these talented young photographers, we gain a brand new perspective of the world through their lens. We hope you enjoyed this wonderful compilation of aspiring photographers, changing the worlds view one click at a time.

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Landscape Photography: Visions of Splendour India

Tracing the Visions of Landscape Photographers Who Paint Nature’s Masterpieces, Preserving The Splendor One Click at a Time.'



Aarvin Sharma, Nathan McBride, Prabu Mohan, Ganesh Bagal, Ashwin, Abhishek Borah, Prudhvi KV, Shivam, Anshul Chaudhary, Photography, Landscape Photography

Landscape photography is an art form that focuses on capturing the essence and beauty of natural scenery. It involved capturing beautiful vistas, mountains, lakes, coastlines, and other breathtaking landscapes. With a camera in hand, photographers go on a quest to capture and document the world’s most beautiful sights and give us their grandeur in compelling visual narratives. Let us sneak a peek at a few of these wonderful photographers on our list today. 

Anshul Chaudhary

Anshul Chaudhary is a versatile photographer who captures stunning visuals at national heritage sites, wildlife sanctuaries, and serene locations. Some of his pictures also include the bustling city life of foreign countries. We are instantly immersed in the scene captured through Anshul’s lens when we gaze at his pictures.

Credits: Instagram ( @theculturedpapi )


Shivam has the magic to showcase the most beautiful moments of everyday life captured through his lens. The photographer takes beautiful pictures of nature, festivals, and the perfect moments when he captures some beautiful clicks. We see the world through his frames frozen in time forever.

Credits: Instagram ( @amateurphotoclicker )

Prudhvi KV 

Prudhvi KV is a travel photographer who captures the majestic land he explores through his camera, immortalising them forever. His serene photography transports the viewers to lands he has captured. His clicks are surreal and calm, casting a magical spell on the viewers.

Credits: Instagram (@prudhvichowdary )

Abhishek Borah 

Abhishek Borah has an eye for the details when it comes to his photography. When one takes a glance at his clicks, we will see a moment in time that stood still. He captures vast landscapes and transports us into a fantasy land through his lens. His pictures capture every little detail and essence of the place he has travelled, adding to its appeal. He has also been featured in Incredible India.

Credits: Instagram ( @stories.of.abhishek )


Ashwin’s photographs are masterpieces that radiate a blend of talent and surreal moments. He has a preference to taking drone shots of the places he visits which are a visual treat to the viewers and gives us a deeper experience of the location. He captures the moment as it is and the clicks are sure to fill your soul with a sense of peace.

Credits: Instagram ( @droneholic_ )

Ganesh Bagal 

Ganesh Bagal has captured stunning pictures from around the world and gives them to us with a touch of magic. His pictures are so well-taken that it takes the viewer to a magical land upon seeing his clicks. He shows us the beauty of nature and how man and nature can coexist in peace.

Credits: Instagram ( @ganesh__bagal )

Prabu Mohan 

Prabu Mohan captures beautiful shots from all over the world. The landscape photography radiates peace and tranquillity. He can take viewers on a fantastical journey through his pictures. They are taken predominantly at dawn or dusk which has a beauty of its own, the magical moments just before day begins and ends, captured for all of time.

Credits: Instagram ( @the_prabster )

Nathan McBride

Nathan McBride has captured stunning visuals from across the most beautiful places on the globe. His underwater captures are very distinctive and captivating. His landscape clicks are truly enchanting and are a treat for the eyes, be ready to get immersed at the moment he has captured throughout his travels.

Credits: Instagram (@nathanmcbride )

Aarvin Sharma 

Aarvin Sharma has the knack of playing with frames and taking a moment and making it picture perfect. He has beautiful clicks and enjoys experimenting with long exposure and lights, which has made his photographs distinct in the world of Instagram landscape photographers.

Credits: Instagram ( @_incredibleshots )

We hope you enjoyed this little Landscape Photography compilation of visual treats.

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