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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

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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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Photography: The Creative Art of Finding Charm Even in Chaos

It is all- a view, a perspective, a vision that makes it look different and speak unique. Photography is sometimes an innate talent.

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Every emotion has a beauty in itself. The pain brings the inner strength and laughter nurtures the positivity. All feelings are innately exquisite. But hardly we analyse it that way. Photographs are not mere images but moments to cherish or a pain to be pinned. The creativity inside and the passion that pushes does make the captured image so fascinating and vibrant. Here are some amazing photographers and their kind of visions.

Nischay Bharati Jain (Meinbhiphotographer)

What would it be like traveling across India and celebrating every beautiful view? Nischay Bharati Jain has made his life flamboyant by doing exactly the same. Clicked from Kashmir to Kerala, his aerial photos are filled with the satisfaction of doing what you truly love. He believes that in the end, you only regret the roads you didn’t take. That’s why he travels to see different lands and their people. Never for the sake of it, but to dissolve into its beauty. The mountains or beaches, which are your favorites?

Credits: Instagram (Meinbhiphotographer)
Credits: Instagram (Meinbhiphotographer)
Credits: Instagram (Meinbhiphotographer)

Zaid Salman (yourworldmylens)

Are you interested in videos that blend real place and its reflections? Then ‘yourworldmylens’ will meet your desires. A creative head photographer Zaid Salman brings images to another dimension. His clicks are all unique and extraordinary. Jaipur palace or simply some chai, you will be amazed to see his perspectives of looking beautifully at things around you. Zaid uses reels to give out a holistic vision of the images he clicks. Everything looks different in his eyes. That makes his Instagram pages with photographs attain so many followers and subscribers. They are worth watching.

Credits: Instagram (yourworldmylens)
Credits: Instagram (yourworldmylens)
Credits: Instagram (yourworldmylens)

Navaneeth Unnikrishnan (navaneeth_unnikrishnan)

“….And I took the road less traveled by” comes from Robert Frost’s poem The Road Not Taken. Navaneeth  Unnikrishnan has taken different roads to see its geography and get dissolved in it. He has taken many photographs and video reels that have captured the charm of those places. In the starlit night sky of Spiti Valley or the entangled riverways, nature is always that pretty girl who wants to be clicked at once. Navaneeth is in love with it. His reels explain that no one can ever resist nature’s mysteries of beauty.

Credits: Instagram (navaneeth_unnikrishnan)
Credits: Instagram (navaneeth_unnikrishnan)
Credits: Instagram (navaneeth_unnikrishnan)

Chandan Singh Chauhan (titled_tripod_moments)

Societies are built upon cultures. Chandan Singh Chauhan is in search of these cultures. As Marvel film says, “Asgard is not a place, it’s the people”, Chandan finds how amazing the people make these places so beautiful. Sages, praying women, models, animals everything is blended in adorable pictures. He brings portraits of men and women posing in different places across the countries. Beauty lies in his perspectives of seeing things. ‘titled_tripod_moments’ is a fascinating Instagram page by Chandan to deliver such unique clicks.

Credits: Instgram (titled_tripod_moments)
Credits: Instgram (titled_tripod_moments)
Credits: Instgram (titled_tripod_moments)

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At Times, Frames Speak Better Than Words In Photography

Photographs are all stories and photographers storytellers. Wanting to speak a little more, more than what you really see.

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As Destin Sparks once said, “Photography is the story I fail to put into words.” That is the beauty of photography, it captures the unsaid emotions, untold stories and beautiful memories. People all over the world are able to view such amazing talent on social media platforms like Instagram and Facebook. Even these brilliant people are getting their deserving recognition too. Let more talent be out there for us to watch, or let us search and find our own talent to take it to the next level. Today we bring you the work of some amazing photography and the stories captured through lenses.

The Navinvatsa magic

As India is full of diverse cultures, geography, and lifestyles, a photographer can never ignore to capture them at their zenith. Women carrying loads on their heads and walking over the flooded river, children trying to reach the other side in the flood, dogs in the street, a mother and her baby … anything can be photographed. But the way Navin Kumar clicks with the perfect angle and focus is mesmerizing. For him, the want for storytelling helps him decide on ‘what to be shot’. At Muzaffarpur, on a foggy day, he clicked a poetic photo where there were 3 layers in a single photo. First is the boat and 2 travelers; the Second is the fog and the third is the land and its trees. Instagram helps all people to view such amazing photos. As it is said every person has a story to tell, and every photo he takes has a better story to unleash. Navin also works for National Geographic Channel.

Credits: Instagram (Navin Kumar)
Credits: Instagram (Navin Kumar)
Credits: Instagram (Navin Kumar)

The journey of Jayanta Roy

Rain, fog, lightning, floods, winter snow, ice-covered mountains, sunny morning. The beauty of nature is inevitable. A single second never comes again in the timeline. The best thing to enjoy it multiple times is by capturing it. Jayanta brings into light such irresistible moments forever. He has an attractive sense of light and shadows that his portraits of old aged people stand brilliant. Mostly he takes black and white pictures. The emotion given out is overwhelming. Jayanta from Calcutta also does sales from his archival collections.

Credits: Instagram (Jayanta Roy)
Credits: Instagram (Jayanta Roy)
Credits: Instagram (Jayanta Roy)

The Shivya impact

Shivya Nath is a writer, photographer, and storyteller, who wants to stand for a cause. She posts beautiful pictures of wild fora and fauna and gives different perspectives on understanding the conservation of these species. Her photographs have been published at National Geography, BBC, WashPost, etc. She brings in, the threats faced by the animal species and gives the viewer a beautiful picture of the same so that we understand the need to protect them. Yes, nature is worth preserving. Who doesn’t like cycling in the warm twilight near the paddy fields or having a hot tea near the balcony sun-kissed?  Shivya is the kind of person who blends self-love with nature love. She has traveled to South Africa, Afghanistan, Tajikistan, Bhutan, etc, and has authored the best-seller ‘The Shooting Star- A Girl, a Backpack and the World’. Shivya has also inspired many, speaking at the Women’s Forum Programme conducted by the Economic Times in 2020.

Credits: Instagram (Shivya Nath)
Credits: Instagram (Shivya Nath)
Credits: Instagram (Shivya Nath)

Neelima nails it

Yet another conservation photographer is Neelima Vallangi who captures fascinating nature scenes with her camera. The weight of water: The human cost of the climate crisis is a documentary directed by this amazing filmmaker.  She has worked with DW, Guardian, Al Jazeera, BBC, National Geography Channel, etc. She has traveled across India learning and unlearning more about nature and people. Neelima takes up random routes and takes the most ignored moment and turns out to be the best photograph ever, besides Nature scenes, she also takes up art and culture in which India is surplus. Kathakali, Theyyam photography that she captured looks really admirable.

Credits: Instagram (Neelima Vallangi)
Credits: Instagram (Neelima Vallangi)
Credits: Instagram (Neelima Vallangi)
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The Message Behind the Frames: Photographers and their Clicks

Capturing the real time through their devices, here we’ve some insightful photographers and their unbridled photography.

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Photography is more than just capturing a picture. A photographer captures a moment, a memory, a movement, a feeling, an emotion. This list could go on. These pieces of pictures become windows to layers of recollections, and for others, they become a moment of wonder, calm and peace. Photography is truly an intelligent and beautiful work! The photographer sees in the scenery or object which the others fail to recognize or notice. In a simple background, they spot elements, add in their own angles, and bring to light a sight of complete bliss. 

Here we have some exceptional photographers and their photography to remember the beauty of this activity of snapshotting. 

Natty Singh

Natty Singh is capturing the magical, bright colours and the spirited lives of India. He moves around the country, and captures with his camera not only the raging, yet majestic nature around us, but the mundane and everyday lives of the people. From the portraits, to the naturesque shots, one can get an instant glimpse at the beautiful diversity of India. Natty Singh is truly a beautiful photographer. Some of the photographs are incredibly artistic! 

Credits: Instagram (Natty Singh)
Credits: Instagram (Natty Singh)
Credits: Instagram (Natty Singh)

Rituraj Anand

Capturing the buildings and monuments of India, Rituraj Anand is bringing life to the bricks and cements. India’s heritage is majestic, and a witnesser of ages and ages of generations. History, love, and war is etched into its very origins. Rituraj Anand picks up his camera, and captures these monuments with extreme reverence and eloquence. He captures them with elements of nature like sky, river, flowers and trees, which make it so serene and personal. 

Credits: Instagram (Rituraj Anand)
Credits: Instagram (Rituraj Anand)
Credits: Instagram (Rituraj Anand)

Jazeel Muhammed Keloth

Photographer, traveller and filmmaker Jazeel Muhammed Keloth has a vast collection of stupefying cityscapes and aerial shots. Hopping from countries to countries, he delivers to the eyes the unique wonders of every country. The world looks quite like a beautiful crafted pattern if seen from above and his aerial shots are just the proof of that. Jazeel Muhammed Keloth is delivering his audience with the aesthetics of the different cities and countries he visits. Be it a rural landscape, or the high urban life landscape, his photography captures the unique beauty of both. 

Credits: Instagram (Jazeel Muhammed Keloth)
Credits: Instagram (Jazeel Muhammed Keloth)
Credits: Instagram (Jazeel Muhammed Keloth)

Raj Rajput

Raj Rajput is a professional portrait photographer. He is quite literally capturing the myriad of emotions of human beings. Portrait photography is raw, real, and brimmed with layers of emotions and recollections of the moment it was captured in. Raj Rajput offers us a myriad of portraits under different backgrounds: the happy ones, the faces in the festivals, the ones in which the eyes speak, and more. Raj Rajput’s collection of portraits can be labelled as, ‘what makes us human?’, because all of what he captures, truly makes us human – it’s the mistakes, the festivals, the celebrations, the sadness, our hobbies, and you can add onto the list once you put your hands on his photography!

Credits: Instagram (Raj Rajput)
Credits: Instagram (Raj Rajput)
Credits: Instagram (Raj Rajput)
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Capturing A Thousand Extraordinary Moments Through Lens

“Photographs are a way of imprisoning reality, one can’t possess reality but one can possess images.” We bring you some amazing captures.

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Recently, photography has been accepted by the gatekeepers of high culture as an exquisite art form. It has been hailed as a portrayal of bespoke emotions and in-depth admiration of humanity and nature. There are various genres ranging from portraits, nature photography, risqué boudoir photography or even selfies. The spectrum at which this art form operates is impeccable. 

As critically acclaimed American writer Susan Sontag says, “Photographs are a way of imprisoning reality, one can’t possess reality but one can possess images. The painter constructs, the photographer discloses.” These artists do exactly that with their works. It is only natural that proficients of the form be appreciated and known. In India, there are some budding photographers who have caught our attention, here at the Talented Indian.

Subham Shome

Subham Shome, a photographer that captures nature’s many marvels, is an extremely talented photographer. His works are awe-inspiring and are meant to open our eyes to the glamorous enormity of the planet we call home. From picturesque night skies and waterfalls, his art leaves us astounded.

Credits: Instagram (Subham Shome)
Credits: Instagram (Subham Shome)
Credits: Instagram (Subham Shome)
Credits: Instagram (Subham Shome)

Nurboo Tashee

Nurboo Tashee works with culture as his muse. He is a solo traveller and loves to speak of his travels through his camera. He is currently in Leh, Ladakh. He doesn’t just focus on the scenery of the places he travels, like Sikkim, but also, the people there. In their most comfortable elements. From serene monks to innocently gleeful children, his shots tell us stories of a traveller with a lot on his mind. 

Credits: Instagram (Nurboo Tashi)
Credits: Instagram (Nurboo Tashi)
Credits: Instagram (Nurboo Tashi)
Credits: Instagram (Nurboo Tashi)

Pranay Das

For the photographer Pranay Das, people are his subject and armed with his lens he’s ready to dissect the unthinkable emotions of the human mind. His work focuses on ordinary people, in stills of their ordinary routines, but with an extraordinary power of feeling. He wants to portray the angst of the common, raising it to the panache of the brilliant. Looking at his pictures, the viewer feels as though Pranay has had a deep conversation with the subject and has now decided to show the person to us, but hide the innermost circles, almost tempting us in a way as though it is forbidden knowledge.

Credits: Instagram (Pranay Das)
Credits: Instagram (Pranay Das)
Credits: Instagram (Pranay Das)
Credits: Instagram (Pranay Das)

KK Roy

KK Roy likes to focus on himself and captures himself enjoying life in full swing and loves the camera’s attention. While some of his captures transcend you in the warmth or nature, the others emphasise the its magnificence.

Credits: Instagram (K K Roy)
Credits: Instagram (K K Roy)
Credits: Instagram (K K Roy)
Credits: Instagram (K K Roy)
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Capturing The Soul Of A Moment Through Photography

Here we present a short account on the choicest and most admired photographers of 21st century, check them soon!

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Photography is an art! An art that is serene, that is aesthetic, that is benign! And the ones who possess this art are bestowed with the amazing quality of capturing the soul of a moment in photographs. Today we bring to you some celebrated and appreciated photographers of the modern world. Their art will let you feel the essence of beauty in every creation of God. 

Anuj Yadav

A travel enthusiast, Anuj Yadav is a contemprorary photographer who showcases the beauty of tourism in his pictures. He captures places and takes a part of them with him. He has a uniquely amazing ability to showcase the stories the statues narrate, the poems the places recite and the memories the monuments behold. Without any doubt, The Taj Mahal in his pictures is even lovelier than Shah Jahan’s creation!

Credits: Instagram (Anuj Yadav)
Credits: Instagram (Anuj Yadav)

Kanwal Navneet Singh Baath

A traveller and foodie, Kanwal loves to be with his camera on every vacation. From the sizzling maggie in the laps of Himalayas to the Kadha Prasad at the Golden Temple, Amritsar, he loves to picture everything. He can slay you with his skills! Mind it!

Credits: Instagram (Kanwal Navneet Singh Baath)
Credits: Instagram (Kanwal Navneet Singh Baath)

Ritam Chakraborty

Ritam is a fabulous photographer with a keen sense of understanding of the techniques and aspects of the same. He loves to capture the rural India and common man’s life. His pictures have the ability to leave a lasting impact on your mind, heart and soul. He can make Rasgullas look sweeter than they are! Watch it, you might fall for his inherent skills!

Vansh Singh

A coffee lover and a camera admirer, Vansh Singh is a confident person with a love for wedding and street photography. From flowing mustard fields to a couple romancing near The Taj Mahal, he has everything on his plate.

Credits: Instagram (Vansh Singh)
Credits: Instagram (Vansh Singh)

A photograph takes you back to those moments which, otherwise, cannot be relived in any way! Photography lets you realize that beauty can be felt in everything. 

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