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5 Best Photojournalists Of India!

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5 Best Photojournalists Of India!

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Do you ever wish to see India from an unseen view? Let us look at some of the best photojournalists India has produced. And see an India that one has seen before. 

 

Best Photojournalists in India:

 

Dayanita Singh: 

 

 

One of the best photojournalists in India and an author who has given us forty-five years of her life. She writes majorly on photography and creates magnificent portable museums. Her portable museums contain forty images and are hung around. She has mastered various genres like industries, personal portraits, vintage life, and catching sculptures around the world. 

Arati Kumar Rao

 



Another prodigy in our list of best photojournalists in India. She is a master of storytelling. She is a renowned environmentalist and writes about the indigenous populations of the vulnerable ecosystem while photographing them. She has a project on Tumblr, called the River Diaries focusing on the Brahmaputra. She is a part of peepli.org that looks into unreported themes and discourses.

Ravi Choudhary

 

 

A published photographer in the Wall Street Journal, The Boston Globe, and The Daily Mail. He is currently working with Hindustan Times and he majors in featuring a wide range of aesthetics. From Tibetan monks to Mark Zuckerberg during the trip to India.

Chandan Khanna

Mostly indulged in Agence France Presse, Chandan whips his camera out to capture one of the best street photography adventures. He even possesses a diploma in Photography from Delhi University. He is one of the best photojournalists in India and took over his ethics of photojournalism from various events around him. The latest series is called Bidi, focusing on the child laborers of India. 

 

Anushrree Fadnavi

 



Another one in our list of best photojournalists in India based in Mumbai works for the agency Indus Images. The current project that she is working on is called Train Diaries. It focuses on the women she meets during her journey and tells their stories with their images. 

 

India has produced a lot of photojournalists over the years. And they are some of our favorites. Let us know your favorite photojournalists and share your experience. 

 

Until then, click away!




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Do you ever wish to see India from an unseen view? Let us look at some of the best photojournalists India has produced. And see an India that one has seen before. 

 

Best Photojournalists in India:

 

Dayanita Singh: 

 

 

One of the best photojournalists in India and an author who has given us forty-five years of her life. She writes majorly on photography and creates magnificent portable museums. Her portable museums contain forty images and are hung around. She has mastered various genres like industries, personal portraits, vintage life, and catching sculptures around the world. 

Arati Kumar Rao

 



Another prodigy in our list of best photojournalists in India. She is a master of storytelling. She is a renowned environmentalist and writes about the indigenous populations of the vulnerable ecosystem while photographing them. She has a project on Tumblr, called the River Diaries focusing on the Brahmaputra. She is a part of peepli.org that looks into unreported themes and discourses.

Ravi Choudhary

 

 

A published photographer in the Wall Street Journal, The Boston Globe, and The Daily Mail. He is currently working with Hindustan Times and he majors in featuring a wide range of aesthetics. From Tibetan monks to Mark Zuckerberg during the trip to India.

Chandan Khanna

Mostly indulged in Agence France Presse, Chandan whips his camera out to capture one of the best street photography adventures. He even possesses a diploma in Photography from Delhi University. He is one of the best photojournalists in India and took over his ethics of photojournalism from various events around him. The latest series is called Bidi, focusing on the child laborers of India. 

 

Anushrree Fadnavi

 



Another one in our list of best photojournalists in India based in Mumbai works for the agency Indus Images. The current project that she is working on is called Train Diaries. It focuses on the women she meets during her journey and tells their stories with their images. 

 

India has produced a lot of photojournalists over the years. And they are some of our favorites. Let us know your favorite photojournalists and share your experience. 

 

Until then, click away!