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The Old Delhi: A Forgotten Story

Roaming in the streets of Old Delhi has its own charm. Capturing the beauty of Old Delhi through these amazing photographs.

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Roaming in the streets of Old Delhi has its own charm. One who is staying or visiting Delhi, should walk in the streets of Old Delhi.

I went for a street photography shoot which I started it from Chandni Chowk Metro Station to Red Fort to Meena Bazar to Kinari Bazar to Nayi Sadak to Balli Maran and ended it at Jama Masjid.

Shooting in the weekend was a tough job today, because of the crowd. But it was worth struggling for.

As a photography enthusiast, the streets of Old Delhi gives me colors, concepts, culture, emotions, abstract and what not. Although cluttered frames seems as an issue but not a big one.

Well, I was impressed today!

So today, I played with lights, subjects, framing, colors, abstracts and what not.

Following are the shots which I captured on the streets of Old Delhi:

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A Life Amongst The Banks And The Trees: Wildlife Photography

From Kingfishers gracefully swooping in to sprawling felines, go through the works of these incredibly talented wildlife photographers.

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The first time I came across the term ‘Wildlife Photography’, I distinctly remember not understanding it. I don’t mean the meaning of the term. I mean the reason behind pursuing that specific sub-genre of photography. As a child, the most important thing that came to mind whenever I came across ‘Wildlife Photography’ was ‘Why risk your life to photograph some potentially dangerous animals?’ Juvenile, of course. Now that I am a little older, I understand, to some extent, the special bend of character that it takes to have an interest in capturing nature at its purest form. 

Wildlife Photography has never just been about capturing a portrait of an animal. No, it’s much more than that. At its basest form, Wildlife Photography has always been understanding the value in the lives we can never be a part of. Here are some incredibly talented wildlife photographers that you just need to look out for.

Chirag Sanghvi

The first two colours that strike you when perusing through the work of Chirag Sanghvi are green and tanned yellow. I suspect there is a conscious effort on his part to include the two colours. There is a distinctive relation to the way Sanghvi uses the two colours to portray the differing aspects of nature, that of serenity and ferocity. A tiger lies on the banks of a river, sprawled and yawning after a hunt while a flamingo stands not far away from its group. Sanghvi’s work is without any unnecessary filters. It is rich with a deliberate desire to be as simple as possible.

Credit: Instagram (Chirag Sanghvi)
Credit: Instagram (Chirag Sanghvi)

Priyanka Agarwal

Priyanka Agarwal does not shy away from the macabre in her work. After all, it is all a part of the world she is trying to capture. From sprawling landscapes covered with snow to a cheetah clutching at its prey, there is a little bit of everything in Agarwal’s photography. Perhaps, the most striking of her work is the portrait of a lioness tearing into the remains of her hunt. Agarwal’s work is a reminder of the unadulterated single-mindedness that exists in nature.

Credit: Instagram (Priyanka Agarwal)
Credit: Instagram (Priyanka Agarwal)

Vishal Monakar

Vishal Monakar’s work is deeply focused on capturing the avian part of the animal kingdom. To be honest, these are some beautiful pictures, some poised with grace, some adorable and some just downright amusing. A lot of my curiosity with visual art has to do with the way images are repurposed for internet memes. One particular piece of Monakar’s that caught my eye is his portrait of the great parrotbill. Monakar, I believe, understands his subjects on a deeply personal level. His portrayal of birds, through his photography, is exceptionally well positioned, from capturing moments of poise and grace to glimpses of just pure joy.

Credit: Instagram (Vishal Monakar)
Credit: Instagram (Vishal Monakar)

Sudhir Shivaram

Sudhir Shivaram has some, there is no other word for it, truly majestic portraits. From the lion shaking the water off his fur to the lone bulbul devouring a berry, these are all things you rarely see, much less in the manner in which Shivaram has managed to convey them. Shivaram’s work is intertwined with the idea of making the unseen seem just a little more approachable. It helps, of course, that Shivaram bases his entire approach on the foundation of some really exceptional shots.

Credit: Instagram (Sudhir Shivaram)
Credit: Instagram (Sudhir Shivaram)

Priyanshi Wildographs

With darkened hues of blue, Priyanshi’s work is all about aesthetics. Of course, that’s not to say that there is no substance. On the contrary, there is an abundance of it. Priyanshi’s work, perhaps, stands as the most unique amongst this list. While she doesn’t shy away from featuring edits on her work, there is a deliberate understanding, on her and her audience’s part, that the edits merely serve the purpose of applying a different feel and look to the work itself. It is in no way a means to enhance the existing work. Frankly, once you take a look at her work, you would understand that she really doesn’t need to.

Credit: Instagram (Priyanshi Wildographs)
Credit: Instagram (Priyanshi Wildographs)

Shasank B. Gowda

Shashank B. Gowda’s work has an emphasized focus on the feline. The manner in which he captures the portrait of a black panther is just perfect. The focus on how its body is wound so tight, its muscles tensed and ready to pounce at any given moment, is nothing short of spectacular. Gowda, additionally, has an amazing series of photographs titled, ‘Life in Infrared’. The pinkish hue, in which everything is bathed, is almost a callback to some of the most celebrated scenes in the works of the Japanese animator, Miyazaki.

Credit: Instagram (Shashank B. Gowda)
Credit: Instagram (Shashank B. Gowda)

Agasty Roy Arpita

Similar to one of the artists mentioned above, Agasty Roy Arpita incorporates an emphasized focus on birds in her work. From the Baya weaver, perched on its nest, to the common duck, Arpita is intent on relaying a sense of home when it comes to portraying her subjects through her photography. With a solid colour palette to most of her backgrounds, her work is centred on being minimal without losing any desired intent and charm.

Credit: Instagram (Agasty Roy Arpita)
Credit: Instagram (Agasty Roy Arpita)

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When The Mountains Come Calling, These Photographers Listen

Today, we’re bringing you four very brilliant photographers who have honed the art of capturing great mountains!

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The allure of mountains is undeniable. Within all of us, there is a desperate urge to throw hands, leave everything and live on top of a summit like a mystical entity. But the trials of modern life have gotten in our way. There are many who never get to see the magnificence of a snow-capped peak rising in the distance. There are many of us craving to pay our homage to the mighty mountains after being stuck in our homes for more than a year. Well, lucky for us—these photographers have packed that magic and delivered it to us.  

But a mountain’s beauty is not a simple one, it’s mere presence poses a challenge to many. It demands respect, sacrifice and immeasurable passion to conquer. Every side and face poses a different landscape, every second brings a different hue. And even if you have all of that, maybe luck might just stop favouring you. Not unlike the art of photography. Maybe that is why it makes sense that so many photographers have responded to the call of the peaks. And they’re certainly scaling new heights (pun intended)

So to take you on an unforgettable climb, we have scoured the massive sphere of talented Indian photographers to bring the peaks to you!

Laksh Puri

Laksh Puri’s expertly balances his passion for photography and trekking in his life. He’s left his footprints on the valleys of Ladakh and the bridges of Kasol & captured its essence for us. His video clips (often with amazing backing tracks) combined with some of his rejuvenating thoughts will gently dab snow on the dent which wanderlust has created on all of us in these troubling times.

Credits: Instagram (Laksh Puri)
Credits: Instagram (Laksh Puri)

Abhijit Soman

While Laksh came to us from the mountains, Abhijit takes us from the cities to witness the natural resplendence of the mountains and valleys in many different states of India.  It just goes on to show how amazingly diverse India’s natural beauty is. From the stoic Himalayan peaks to the Green Deccan Plateaus—a sight for sore eyes indeed. His works have also been featured in many National Geographic publications!

Credits: Instagram (Abhijit Soman)
Credits: Instagram (Abhijit Soman)

Abhimanyu Singh Dalal

Abhimanyu seems to be a person who’s not happy with being limited. With a following of over 50k on Instagram and 17k on YouTube, Dalal also adds the magic of storytelling and digital content within his tryst with the mountains. Often pictured with a huge smile against stellar backdrops, Dalal brings some much-needed positivity

Credits: Instagram (Abhimanyu Singh Dalal)
Credits: Instagram (Abhimanyu Singh Dalal)

Anunay Sood

Anunay’s work belongs in a class of its own. With over half a million Instagram followers, he is beloved widely. His way of seeing and capturing the world is unique and personal. No wonder why he’s also the ambassador for Oppo.

Credits: Instagram (Anunay Sood)
Credits: Instagram (Anunay Sood)

If you’re still wondering, let this be a gentle nudge to pick up that camera and save all the precious moments of your life! Because remember, there ain’t no mountain high enough!

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The Green, The Grey And The Untold Stories: Life Through A Lens

From beaches, valleys and grey lanes, we bring you three incredibly talented photographers who tell all the stories worth listening to.

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From brightly lit beaches and valleys with green hues to monochrome portraits, these photographs all have a different story to tell you. Stories about people and the lives they have lived. Photography, after all, is all about saying something that can’t really be put into words or written down on paper. Perhaps, then, the best possible recourse would be to let things be and merely show you the works of these th incredibly talented photographers.

Ajinkya Kalbhor

Green. That, possibly, is the first thing you will notice in Ajinkya Kalbhor’s work. Kalbhor’s photography is led by a definitive appreciation for the world around him. That is not to say he has boxed himself in a certain category. It is an influencing guide rather than a restrictive shackle. Case in point, a lot of Ajinkya Kalbhor’s photography has to do with people and the places he finds them in. And, while I wouldn’t go so far as to be specific in naming a genre that he falls under, it would be relatively safe to say that he comes at ‘photography’ looking to tell a story.

Ajinkya Kalbhor (@Planet_zoom_59) | Twitter
Credit: Instagram (Ajinkya Kalbhor)
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Credit: Instagram (Ajinkya Kalbhor)
Credit: Instagram (Ajinkya Kalbhor)
Credit: Instagram (Ajinkya Kalbhor)

Athul Prasad

Athul Prasad is, by definition, a people’s person. That is something that is highly reflected in the pieces he captures. From album shoots to delicious spreads laid out on a table, Prasad’s work is vibrant and, for the lack of a better term, happy. Focusing majorly on capturing a space where he presents life as it should be, Athul Prasad’s work is best described as something that you find on bright beaches with a gentle sun. Sure, that description might come off as something that is a little too flowery. I can’t really help it though. You only have to look at his work to really understand what I mean.

Credit: Athul Prasad (athulprasad.com)
Credit: Athul Prasad (athulprasad.com)
Credit: Athul Prasad (athulprasad.com)
Credit: Athul Prasad (athulprasad.com)
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A Single Drop Of The Human Spirit: Harshal Nikale

Harshal Nikale, an immensely talented photographer, talks about his journey and the circumstances that he had to navigate.

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Harshal Nikale

If you look at his work, you can clearly see the injection of the human spirit in the photographs he takes. Each picture contains an emotional element, one that he draws from his subjects and binds to the overarching theme of his work. And while he may not disclose it completely, it would, perhaps, be not too much of a stretch to say Harshal Nikale’s own personality bleeds into the manner in which he pursues photography as a craft. With larger thematic infusions of the human experience in his pictures, Harshal stands amongst the celebrated artists that are pushing the boundaries of their craft.

Raised in Mumbai, Harshal, now, realises that he has sort of adapted the fast paced life of the city into his own approach to work. It comes as a surprise to me, then, that his initial plan never had anything to do with photography. In fact, he was gearing up to pursue a career in sports. Harshal had played badminton and volleyball at the State level, during his college years, and wanted to explore his opportunities further in this regard. His father, however, was in love with photography and was an incredibly talented photographer in his own right.

In November of 2013, Harshal was seriously injured in an accident, which left him with major complications in his right leg. He explains that the incident left him in ICU for almost four weeks and he took an additional four hundred days to be able to walk and run with, somewhat, relative normalcy. Even so, he still feels residual pain and discomfort in his leg, something that he has made himself get accustomed to by now. The major fallout from this whole period in his life meant that Harshal would not be able to pursue a career in sports as he had first envisioned. His earliest dream was something that he, now, had to let go of. Still, even after the accident, Harshal went on to complete his engineering course and graduate with his degree. 

Credits: Instagram (Harshal Nikale)

Spending the next three to four months, after his graduation, at a corporate job, Harshal came to understand that this was something he could not put his heart into. He found the lifestyle somewhat suffocating. He needed to step back and reevaluate. His initial plan was in shambles. However, there was still something that he could salvage from it. His love for travelling. You see, back when he was competing at the various sporting events held throughout the country, Harshal was travelling to different parts of the country, immersing himself in the food and the local lifestyle that these places had to offer. Sure, competing in an event meant he had very little time for anything other than training and practice, however, whatever time he could manage, he spent it on understanding the cultural and social atmosphere of the places he was travelling to. Thinking back to this, he quit his job and began exploring options that would allow him to travel while also allowing him to make a living from it.

While he did consider the options available to him, a part of Harshal, perhaps, inherited his father’s love for photography. Settling on that, he chose to pursue it. A friend of his, who was a chef at a cruise ship, informed him of an opportunity that was available. Harshal would come on board the cruise ship and be hired for the position of the cruise photographer. The only hitch was that the position required him to have completed a certified course in photography. That, at the time, was something Harshal did not have.

Harshal Nikale (@NikaleHarshal) | Twitter
Credit: Twitter (Harshal Nikale)

Wanting his parents to have some time to themselves, Harshal decided to move to Pune to pursue a photography course at the Bhartya Vidyapeeth School of Photography. A complete beginner to the craft, Harshal knew very little about how to actually go about the course.  Borrowing a camera from a cousin, so that he could, at least, finish his assignments over the weekend, he was, perhaps, a little lost. It wasn’t until he came clean to a professor of his that Harshal found some guidance. The professor, Madhusudan Tawade, was, in fact, more than happy to help him with anything he needed. The only thing he wanted from Harshal, himself, was that he went beyond what was expected from the other students. And, that is exactly what Harshal did. As a matter of fact, he recalls how he aced the first ever assignment, on the topic of ‘Depth of Field’, that was given to the class.

Finishing his course, Harshal went on the cruise that he was initially planning on. However, the adverse weather conditions started affecting the injury in his leg. You see, Harshal had gone on to have six operations due to his accident earlier and had metal plates in his leg. The rapidly changing weather, during the cruise, was not, by any means, a hospitable environment for that. In consequence, the medical team on board advised Harshal to go home and he was sent back on a medical leave. Things still weren’t going his way.

Credits: Instagram (Harshal Nikale)

Dejected and frustrated, Harshal, for a brief amount of time, was left feeling a little confused as to what his next steps should be. Deciding to focus on growing a following on Instagram, in order to achieve professional recognition and gain clients, he put all his efforts there. Harshal was realistic in his goals, however. He set small milestones for himself to achieve and took all projects and assignments that came his way, from wedding photography to architecture photography. At the same time, Ganesh Vanare, going by the Instagram handle of ‘haram_khor_’, was paving a path for himself, back then, in the photography scene in Mumbai. Harshal reveals that he sort of looked up to him and the work he was doing with his team. Soon enough, Vanare noticed Harshal’s work and followed him on Instagram. It wasn’t much later that Harshal became a part of the team and began travelling the country for various projects and collaborations.

Touching on his own personal style, Harshal reveals that he gravitates towards including a human element in his own work. There is a need, for him, to capture the essence of a place in his photography. When including a human element in his work, he states that he feels that, in doing so, he adds a certain emotional aspect to his work. Even so, while travelling, Harshal looks towards harnessing some of the local life and the cultural atmosphere of the place he is in. Perhaps, this is a remaining need from his previous travels, back when he travelled to compete at sporting events. Back then, however, he never found the time to engage with a place and its people as much as he would have liked to. Now, however, he has complete freedom to do so.

“I feel like when a human element comes into the picture, it makes the photograph complete for me.”

Harshal Nikale

When he looks back at the things he has had to overcome so far, Harshal opens up about some of the uncertainty he faced when he wanted to quit his job. It was difficult when he had to explain to his parents that a corporate life was something he did not want. They, however, supported his decision, endorsing him and, even, paying the fee for his photography course. That, he says, is something that he is incredibly grateful for. Still, that whole period of transition was one of bravest steps that he had to take. Even then, after finishing his course, when he went on to work professionally, as a photographer, the space of being a freelancer was a challenge for him to navigate. Gaining the trust of clients and working to deliver a product, in a highly competitive market, was something that he had to constantly deal with. It is a consistent affair even now, where there are so many other competing photographers who, often, lowball their other peers. This is something that, he says, kind of affects the work of other professional photographers.

When asked about some advice he would give to someone who is aspiring to set out to pursue a field that they are passionate about, Harshal is adamant about being honest with your own self, while recognizing where you stand in the current situation. Pursuing something that you love should be bolstered with the ability to put in the necessary work and the need to contribute, in a larger aspect, to the craft itself. And all of that stems from his own personal experiences. You see, Harshal Harshal’s story is not one based on a perfect picture. He has had his highs and lows. Through it all, he has been quite stubborn on facing things the way they come, never letting the circumstances overwhelm him. After all, his picture is a portrait of the human spirit.

Credits: Instagram (Harshal Nikale)
Credits: Instagram (Harshal Nikale)
Credits: Instagram (Harshal Nikale)
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Sumer Verma: Peering At The World That Exists Below

Sumer Verma has had an immensely long and fruitful career as an underwater photographer and it is one worth taking a look at.

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Over twenty years ago, Sumer Verma experienced his first dive near the Lakshadweep Islands. That marked the first time he saw the ocean without any filters, untouched and in its most natural state. It was a world he had not seen before, one so distinct from the one he had known so far that he immediately fell in love. What followed is a twenty year long love affair, one that he beautifully nurtured into a career, one of underwater photography, overcoming the many challenges that were posed towards him and introducing the wonders that existed in this world to others. Verma, now, has come a long away from his early days, earning accolades for his work, through the years, and pursuing avenues that would help save the world he is in love with.

Born in Mumbai, Verma graduated with a degree in Arts from Jai Hind College. Right after college, he started working at Genesis Film Production, helmed by Prahlad Kakkar, a man who would go on to become crucial in his journey. Kakkar had already started Lacadives, one of the most recognized scuba diving centres in the country, by then. That initial connection with Kakkar and his scuba diving initiative familiarized Verma with a world he, otherwise, would not have known. In 1997, Verma, along with a few friends, went to the Lakshadweep Islands for a vacation where they decided to participate in a diving course. The sights he saw, in that one singular dive, convinced him that this was something he had to keep pursuing. 

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Credit: Instagram (Sumer Verma)

Over the next 2 years, Verma kept going back to the Islands to participate in more dives, before becoming an instructor himself in 2000. During that whole process, of diving and being trained further, Verma discovered an urge to capture that experience and share it with others. He began with filming video footage of his dives. Interestingly, that footage would go on to become an award winning documentary in 2006. It was a little later that he found the drive to pursue this professionally rather than just as a hobby, having watched his own skill at the craft mature.

When he first began, the field of marine life photography and videography, itself, did not have an established foothold in the country. There was basic information about the field but, as Verma states, the process was one of trial and error. It helped that he had a strong initial foundation in diving. However, for Verma, the career that he has built was not one that he had initially planned on. It came as a product of his own passion. He enjoyed diving, loved to share the experiences he had underwater and, as a result of his desire to hone his skill in capturing footage underwater, worked on learning the technical aspects of underwater photography and videography. All these factors culminated in him becoming the professional he is today.

Credit: Instagram (Sumer Verma)

His first taste of success, or rather a milestone, that further emboldened his drive to keep pursuing this field came in 2006. His documentary, ‘Troubled Waters’, built on the footage he had captured when he first started shooting video footage of his dives, went on to win a National Award. Somewhere around that same period of time, he was engaged in an underwater fashion editorial, an assignment that he collaborated on with Vogue. This assignment with Vogue was fundamental to him understanding that he was not alone in finding the sights underwater to be beautiful and that if one organization was interested in capturing their own brand in this space, others would be as well.

Verma has been a prolific diver over the years, having dived in Maldives, Sri Lanka and , even, the Galapagos Islands. From his first dive in the Galapagos Islands in 2014, Verma recounts the incredible experience of seeing the hammerhead sharks that swim in those waters. As he states, he was fortunate enough to have been able to capture footage and photographs from his time there. The time he spent there, according to him, is one of his most cherished memories.

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Credit: Instagram (Sumer Verma)

It is no surprise, perhaps, that Verma feels deeply protective of the marine environment. Being involved with conservation initiatives, such as Reefwatch Marine Conservation, he desires that we, as a collective, take more proactive approaches to being more sensitive to the myriad environmental issues that we face today. A single action is not enough for him. We have to act, he says, but act together.

“Lacadives is the greatest labour of love we have ever known.”

Sumer Verma

This same approach is one that Lacadives, the dive centre that he is a Managing Partner at, takes. Lacadives approaches scuba diving in a manner that is aimed towards sharing the joy and the delight that diving can bestow to someone. For Verma, Lacadives has been the greatest labour of love. The centre and its involved staff are passionate about not only teaching diving in a manner that is safe but also towards inculcating a love and respect for the world that exists separate to our own. It is this drive and passion that has put Lacadives on the map, with the dive centre being involved with numerous brands and organizations, such as The Taj and the Casino Group of Hotels. Besides that, Lacadives is also involved with Reefwatch Marine Conservation, generating programmes that are geared towards helping raise awareness about marine life and the issues it faces.

“You have to temper some amount of practicality into you chasing your passions down.”

Sumer Verma

Sumer Verma has been immensely fortunate in his journey. However, it is greatly important to stress that the fortune and the luck he has had so far has been bolstered by his own efforts and consistent work. His own journey, one that has been marked by an immensely long period of time and a persistent drive, is one that he tempered with practicality and hard work and he advises others to do the same. After all, success can only come if you keep moving forward.

Credit: Instagram (Sumer Verma)
Credit: Instagram (Sumer Verma)
Credit: Instagram (Sumer Verma)
Credit: Instagram (Sumer Verma)
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