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Aditya owns and runs a tourist camp on the outskirts of Ranthambhore National Park. A civil engineer by training, he left his job in Delhi to shift to Ranthambhore. He initially shot tigers for identification purposes. Nick Garbutt, a British wildlife photographer and illustrator, introduced him to serious wildlife photography. Most of his work is on tigers, shot in and around Ranthambhore. He has shot stills for a BBC film crew.
Aditya Singh
An I. T. professional form Pune, Jayant is a widely traveled amateur wildlife photographer. He started shooting birds, animals, reptiles, insects and flowers. Bharatpur, Ranthambore, Bhimashanker and the Annamalais are his favorite locations. Since 1992 Jayant has engaged himself in slide presentations in various schools and wildlife camps in Pune emphasizing the need for wildlife conservation. His photographs and writing have been published in various newspapers and magazines.
Jayant Deshpande
A Deputy General Manager at Kochi Refineries Ltd, Thomas relaxes best in the mountains. Nature photography developed as a way of documenting those precious moments. While Himachal and Ladakh are his favorites, the lush green forests in the South are his haunts fro short hoildays.
Thomas Chacko
Working as a trained tour guide in Corbett National Park, India, is a job after his own heart for Karan, whose favourite animal is the Asian Elephant. Watching the elephant herds and ‘listening to their conversations’ is what thrills him most. A keen observer, his abilities as a bird watcher are also keenly appreciated.
Karan
A qualified lawyer well versed with the German language, G.S Ranjan is now a Government approved guide for heritage and culture tourism. He is an ardent nature lover too and his camera work always takes in the surrounding nature which is an integral part of the heritage building or sculpture he is showcasing.
Ranjan
Hailing from Himachal Pradesh, India, this Financial Consultant cannot seem to be having his fill of the mountains ever. Trekking in the lower Himalayan mountain ranges and icy mountain passes is how holidays are spent. His camera focuses on the many moods and splendours of the mountains.
Shashi Sharma
Susan Sharma is the founder of IndianWildlifeclub.com and Wildscapes.net. A videographer by choice, Susan seldom goes in for the still photos. But when a landscape is captivating in its beauty, it is the still which can tell the story more effectively.
Susan Sharma
 
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