Great passion for urban youth to take pictures of the forest

Who does not attract the natural beauty of nature. When someone tries to tie it in words, someone tries to carve it in colors. This attempt to capture the full-blown beauty in its form captures in the photographs. The townspeople are turning to the forest for this. Along with nature, birds and tribal culture are also captured in their cameras. At the same time, his passion for taking wild photographs has increased. They are giving us the opportunity to experience the beauty of the forest sitting at home with their camera. On World Photography Day, Nayiduniya will introduce you to some such people, who also like photography along with their work.

Gives education in school, photo shows the importance of tattooing

Shishir Das Yun, a resident of Anmol Vihar in Gudiyari, is a teacher by profession, but is very fond of photography. He loves nature, wild life, forest life and tribal culture photography. They say that tattooing is a traditional art of tribals. This art is slowly fading away. According to Shishir, through photo documentation, people are trying to tell their unique tradition to the citizens.

Age becomes dwarf in front of photography hobby

64-year-old Sumanesh Vats, a resident of Mowa, has been fond of photography since childhood. He loves taking photographs of nature and birds. He says that he has to go for frequent visits with the family. At that time the camera accompanies. I take a lot of photos there. He is fond of photography so that during the morning walk, I take pictures of birds and post them on Facebook. Along with this, he has also participated in many competitions.

Interior designer by profession, amazed with photography

Neelam Verma, resident of Shailendra Nagar, is an interior designer as well as a photographer. His photo taken at Rajim Mela has also been published in the National Shot Geographic’s Your Shot Daily Design. She says that she loves photography since childhood. Previously it was like taking photographs of birds, now most of the photo is of nature. Along with this, many have also participated in the competition.

Four countries have done photo shoots in 20 states

Bhilai’s young man Arun Aditya Poddar loves photography. He bought the camera exactly 10 years ago. Since then, there have been photo shoots in four countries in addition to 20 states of India. They say that after taking a photo, they post it on Facebook or Instagram. They have also uploaded hundreds of photos on social sites so far.