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A Travel Photographer – Photograph. Travel. Documentary.
Photography for me is not a profession its a “LOVE AFFAIR”.
Taking inspirations from things that seem to connect me with another time & place with just a glance.

Winters in Leh !

Sleepless In Seattle

Hello Hyderabad


Tadoba - Sisters of Telia
Shot by SudhakarBichali


Photo Blogs

Photography Travel 
Travel Zanskar – Ladakh
11th June 2018 by SudhakarBichali 

Zanskar   Zanskar (also Zangskar) is a region in Ladakh, north west India. It is famous for its stunning...

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Star Gazing - Astro Photography
Shoot the Stars- | MILKYWAY | Astrophotography
22nd May 2018 by SudhakarBichali 

Plan, Shoot, Process EQUIPMENT FOR ASTROPHOTOGRAPHY While it is important to have a camera that can shoot...

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Photography Travel 
GANDIKOTA – Grand Canyon of India
22nd May 2018 by SudhakarBichali 

Gandikota, the hidden Grand Canyon of India. … A 500 year old fort. It is known for its spectacular...

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To me, one of the most beautiful things about travel is the fact that every day is different. There are no routines, no set rules, or no expectations. You can do what you want, whenever you please. I have been traveling the world for over a decade now and one of the things I love the most is the freedom that travel and this lifestyle gives me. Travel breaks down routines, monotony and brings back some adventure, excitement, and exploration to people’s lives.
Traveling – it leaves you speechless, then turns you into a storyteller.” – Ibn Battuta

| Capturing the light is everything |

In certain ways photography is very simple, at least in concept. It involves painting with light to capture on camera merely what you are looking at. The primary trick is learning to see what you actually are looking at, and to understand how a camera lets light onto the camera, and in what ways it can alter the subject as it does so.

As a travel photographer, I may be trying to capture the picture that is good but also different from any picture anyone else would have taken had they come across the same scene. Then it is bringing something of my own philosophy, talent, eye, perceptions, sensitivity, etc. to the landscape, not just “copying” it..

“In a picture, it should be possible to discover new things every time you see it. But you can look at a picture for a week together and never think of it again. You can also look at a picture for a second and think of it all your life. – Joan Miro.”