Admiring Wildlife through Photography

Snat Shodhan will demonstrate “moments of waiting game to capture wildlife through lens”

Sanat Shodhan

Sanat Shodhan is a nationally and internationally well-known nature and wildlife photographer. He received a prestigious AIIPC photography degree from India International Photography Council, New Delhi in 2003. He has won 60 national and international awards and prizes in wildlife photography. Shodhan was selected by Jindal and Fuji Film International as one of the “Super Six” wildlife photographers of India in 2008. He published his Book “My journey into the wild” in 2012, which had 450 wildlife photographs of wildlife. The book was released by PM Shri Narendra Modi and was acclaimed as one of the best book by top photographers of the world.

It was a proud moment for India when he received the greatest honour in 2014 after being selected as one of the nine juries from all over the world to judge the world’s biggest photography competition organised in Dubai by the King of Dubai Shaikh Rashid. This man has over 30000 photographs in his collection and his photos have been published in all top magazines of India and many calendars.

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Amin Ali

Documenting his love for Delhi, its culinary vibe and political milieu for last 13 years at The Times of India, Amin Ali is a seasoned journalist who fancies his pen as much as his pint. The current nightlife critic for Times Food and Nightlife Awards, Amin feels passionately about the industry and constantly advocates liberal food and beverage policies and firmly believes that India has the potential to be the culinary and cultural powerhouse of the world. As a lifestyle writer, he has almost been gauging and breaking gourmet trends and writing about global food and travel business, unique experiences and conducting political interviews.