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Photographers who stunned everyone by taking spectacular pictures | The Youth

We often admire the beauty of the photo but wouldn’t bat an eye on the photographers who capture the candid pictures with utmost perfection. Creativity is the potential to bring something new into existence and photographers in today’s world have proved time and again why they are creative.

Capturing a candid photo doesn’t necessarily require a picturesque location but an impeccable idea that transforms the innovative idea into a scenic beauty.

There is nobody in the world who shows hatred towards photography as people just love clicking cool pictures or being involved in the complete frame so much so that it becomes a part of a sweet memory for them to relish, remember and rejoice the moment when they just look into the picture.

Let’s take a look at the creative photographers who captured stunning pictures.

Steve Biro captures a stunning piece of symmetrical photo

Credits: YouTube

In what could be termed as once-in-a-life photography, Steve Biro won our hearts by capturing a stunning piece of symmetrical photo and reflection of an eagle. Steve Biro, an amateur photographer proved that he has got more of it in his kitty.

He always wanted to take a picture that defined nature and symmetry. He has been a photographer for like ten years and he captured the photograph of a lifetime.

Credits: Steve Biro

He clicked an eagle with its wings spread, reflected in superbly-timed symmetry as it flew over a subtle pond.

He captured the photo on May 4, when he was visiting the Canadian Raptor Conservancy in Vittoria. But the photo became viral on social media very recently.

Biro told the Canadian media: “It became quite overwhelming, to be honest, but it’s a lot of fun too. It’s quite a wild ride.”

Biro said that he patiently waited on the ground at the edge of the pond to capture that stunning piece of a shot.

10-year-old boy clicks ‘candid picture’ to win 2018 Wildlife Photographer Award

Credits: Google

At an age where children are busy clicking selfies, the 10-year-old Arshdeep Singh from Jalandhar shot into prominence for winning one of wildlife photography’s topmost awards in the world. It’s indeed a great achievement.

Yes, Arshdeep is the winner of the 2018 Wildlife Photographer of the Year award in the 10-years-and-under category. His penchant for photography has taken him to a whole new level. Capturing a candid photo doesn’t necessarily require a picturesque location but an impeccable idea that transforms the thinking into a scenic beauty.

Credits: ARSHDEEP SINGH / WPY

They say, ‘you don’t need eyes to see, you need vision’. Arshdeep nailed it. This indeed sums up the essential Arshdeep for you!. He has carved out a unique identity for himself as the best photographer.

His picture, ‘Pipe Owls’ was awarded the best in the category by Britain’s Natural History Museum which hands over the annual award. The elated Arshdeep said that the photo was captured just outside Kapurthala, in Punjab.

Credits: ARSHDEEP SINGH / WPY

“I saw the owls fly in the tube and I told my dad. He said that’s not possible, but he stopped the car. We had to wait 20 or 30 minutes until they came out again, and then I took the picture,” he was quoted as saying by BBC.

“After his keen observational skills helped him see these spotted owlets Arshdeep waited patiently for the birds to peep out from their hiding place to get this winning shot,” the organizers noted.

Meet India’s Dinesh Mehta – The Only creative Kite Photographer in the world by a distance

Hailing from Gujarat, Dinesh is fond of photography alike many others. Capturing a candid photo doesn’t necessarily require a picturesque location but an impeccable idea that transforms the thinking into a scenic beauty.

Dinesh Mehta is an alumnus of the Centre for Environmental Planning and Technology University, Ahmedabad. Known for the knack of clicking great pictures, he has an incredible collection of cameras to his name comprising six digital cameras including a Go Pro, Ricoh, Nikon and a waterproof Pentax.

Fatehpur Sikri shot by Mehta (Credits: Mid-Day)

The phrase, ‘you don’t need eyes to see, you need vision’ was framed by the Kite photographer Dinesh Mehta himself. This indeed sums up the essential Dinesh for you!. He has carved out a unique identity for himself as the best photographer. He has made a real case for himself in capturing some stunning photos through ‘kite photography’ which cannot be described in words.

Kite Photography by Dinesh Mehta:

What is it like to be a kite photographer? How far it has reached out? Dinesh Mehta gave a complete insight on the subject. Dinesh Mehta who designed a kite all by himself showed the world a different perspective. His recent clicks serve as a testimony to the fact. With the meteoric rise in technology, there have been wide range of photo collections but Dinesh Mehta’s out of the box thinking proves why he is a creative photographer by a distance.

“There’s no way we can practise kite aerial photography if there isn’t enough wind, and of course, if it’s raining. The cameras vary in megapixels, weight and censor sizes. I have to keep upgrading the camera to ensure clarity of pictures,” Mehta told in an interview with Mid-Day.

“Since the camera will be up in the air, we won’t be able to manually click pictures, hence we’ll use the interval mode to get a click every five seconds or so. Kites are the old-fashioned, rule-abiding and decidedly uncontroversial cousins of drones,” Mehta explains.

“For me, it emerged more out of necessity because my work involves photographing for urban planners, forest department, architects and developers, and it’s not easy to take aerial shots, especially if you don’t have your own helicopter or even a remote-controlled chopper. That’s where kite photography comes in,” says Mehta, who has been using this technique for the last 15 years,” Mehta continued.

“Firstly, the weather needs to be good. Then, you need knowledge of flying a kite. But, a common problem encountered prior to pulling the kite out of the bag is gaining permissions to shoot,” he says.

Written by Sagar Abhinandan

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