Contemporary Indian Photographers
Some of the famous photographers in India are as follows:
Sharad Haksar: Sharad Haksar is an award winning Indian digital photographer, clicking world-class advertising, fashion, still life and concept based photo shoots and stunning images. Behind the camera Sharad Haksar is a pure genius at work.
Daboo Ratnani: One of the renowned names, the last in fashion photography of today is that of Daboo Ratnani. Amitabh Bachchan, Michael Jackson, Boris Becker, Shahrukh Khan, Hrithik Roshan, Sachin Tendulkar, Sanjay Dutt, Aamir Khan, Salman Khan, Aishwarya Rai, Preity Zinta, Kareena Kapoor, Bipasha Basu, Rahul Dravid, Sania Mirza are just a few who deem this man as the only one who can capture the good despite of bad and the ugly.
Amit Ashar: Amit Ashar is a reputed advertising and trait film photographer based in Mumbai. He has shot stills for films like Delhi-6, Rang De Basanti and Kabul Express.
Subi Samuel: Subi Samuel, an Indian photographer has also been rated as the best looking man just after Hrithik Roshan. His work covers almost all magazines. His works speaks volume. He is a man of few words and his is photography that speaks for itself. The Kaante publicity had his pictures on them and he also shot Aishwarya Rai for the Devdas posters.
Suresh Natarajan: Suresh Natarajan is one of India's best fashion and advertising photographers. He holds over 25 years of experience working with top companies and brands.
Jatin Kampani: Jatin Kampani rose to the limelight with his campaigns for Provogue, Sunsilk and Kiah. Jatin Kampani is also the first Indian to feature on the Lurzers Archive. Kampani's photographs are a play of light and an intelligent sense and use of space. The viewer gets engrossed in the beauty of the picture.
Arko Dutta: Arko Dutta started out with the Indian Express in 1991. His photographs depicting the harsh realities of the contemporary world have been published in newspapers and magazines.
Anita Khemka: She brought an importance on the generally ostracized with her photographs. These became observations of sorts as a contemporary Indian photographer. Her work on transgender and the understanding of identity and sexuality has been famous.
Chandan Gomes: His work is cantered around themes of beauty, imitation and leaving behind and the selection of ways in which it has touched the lives of several people everywhere makes him a respected figure in contemporary Indian photography.
Hashim Badani: Hashim Badani is also known for more than a large number of followers in cyberspace. He is currently an active photographer for BBC’s Lonely Planet travel guides and is recognized for the great composition he employs in all the scenic photography which he does.
Dayanita Singh: Besides books, Singh has also expanded her display style to include portable 'museums', which are wooden structures that open out like accordions and hold 70 to 140 photographs. She tackles subjects, both unassuming and eminent with the same amount of sensitivity and celebration.
Atul Kasbekar: Atul Kasbekar Atul Kasbekar is one of the top advertising photographers in India today. He specializes in media, film and fashion photography. Atul was trained for over a year in Los Angeles, working with photographers as Dennis Gray, Ron Slenzak, James B Wood, Jay Silverman, Jay P Morgan, Bill Werts and D avid Le Bon.
Ashok Salian: Ashok Salian is a young and happening, news-making photographer. He is known for his work in the fashion world and outside of it and also mobilizes support for various social causes, including animal rights. He is one photographer who is not afraid to speak his mind.
Vikram Bawa: Vikram Bawa is an internationally acclaimed, renowned fashion and landscape photographer from India. Rightly called as "Master of Gimmicks" in the world of fashion photography, he is probably the first photographer from the Asian sub-continent to venture into three-dimensional photography.
Other famous Indian photographers are Raghubir Singh, Ashok Salian, Lala Deen Dayal , Raghu Rai, Vikram Bawa, Victor George, Gautam Rajyadhyaksha, Jatin Kampani, Daboo Ratnani, Sharad Haksar, Rathika Ramasamy, Swapan Mukherjee, Varun Aditya etc.