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Indian Award-winning Photographer Captures Nature In Its Finest!

One of the priciest hobbies is photography. You must experience obstacles to comprehend them and learn how to overcome them. Once you do, you will be able to identify the causes of the problem and the best action to take. Indian Varun Aditya is one of the photographers who encountered many difficulties in achieving his dream of photography. You can only view some exclusive photography talents from Varun Aditya’s account.

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Look at who is hiding in the trees. This elephant looks quite happy to see Varun and looks like it wanted him to take a photo.

While its baby is chilling on the back, this monkey notices a stranger coming towards them. And Varun took advantage of the rare opportunity.

Varun is an enthusiastic photographer from India who specializes in wildlife and nature photography. He is also a self-taught artist. He regularly participates in annual photography competitions by Nat Geo, BBC, and Sanctuary Asia in India. Three times, Natgeo has showcased his artwork. The first place at the prestigious National Geographic Nature Photographer of the Year went to Varun Aditya in 2016 for his image of a commonly seen Green Vine Snake —also called a long-nosed whip snake or an Asian Vine Snake.

Varun took this lovely shot of a langur monkey in the background of trees. What does it think when looking at the sky? A fruit? Hoping for rain?

This spotted deer was having its lunch when suddenly, this bird flew near it, gaining its attention. Varun witnessed the whole scenario and captured precisely the moment the bird interrupted. What timing!

Varun was awarded the opportunity to visit the Costa Rican and Panamanian rainforests in 2013 after winning a Nat Geo competition. When visiting Costa Rica and Panama, he received the opportunity to travel with popular American landscape photographer Michael Melford.

Varun took this monkey’s photo while it was hiding in flowers. It looks curious. What is it concerned about?

It is called nilgai. Sometimes it is also called blue bull. Varun had the chance to capture this rare photo of the largest Asian antelope in nature.

Varun’s favorite types of photos are artistic, vibrant, and occasionally underexposed. For him, images that tell a narrative and have a good composition are essential. He works extremely hard to make each image as satisfying as possible. He also makes an effort to highlight the natural beauty, which is pleasing to the eye and appealing to anyone looking to decorate their walls.

Photographers spend days and months taking the perfect shot. That’s why a good photographer is a treasure. After countless captures, Varun could take this unique photograph of the spotted deer.

Taking good photographs during light needs skills. And it is more difficult when it’s raining. But Varun could capture this amazing photo of deer eating from a tree during rain.

Since he set out in 2011, he has visited several of his favorite locations, including the Masai Mara, Amboseli, Samburu, Costa Rica, and other national parks in India. Over the years, he has observed, experienced, and learned animal behaviors crucial for wildlife photography. With photography and the outdoors, he feels a great connection. 

Varun currently works as a One on One private photography tour mentor, content creator, and Sony ambassador. He also provides hands-on photography instruction by leading wildlife expeditions and photographic trips in India and Africa. His photographs have been used to decorate book covers, jigsaw puzzles, and the walls of many houses and offices.

Could you see it? No, it is not a branch or a giant snake. There is a giant in the jungle hiding among the trees.

Taking a photo at the right angle is always as important as timing. This photo shows Varun’s skills and how talented a photographer he is from the angle he took this photo of the sambar deer.

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