Who doesn’t like to travel the world full-time and make a living while on the go. But very few hit the success button with their grit, passion and of course, talent. For the rest, admiring the work of these guys ain’t that bad a deal, is it?Also Read - Viral Video of Desi Dadi Dancing Funnily With Her Grandson Is The Cutest Thing on Internet Today | Watch

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Sourabh Gandhi

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On asking him about his secret to making it as a travel photographer, he said: “I’m not sure about many things still, like what I’ll do and how, but well- I really want to go places and see people. I want my mind to grow. I want to live where things happen on a big scale. And I’m telling you, once the travel bug bites, trust me, there is no antidote; and I know that I shall be happily infected until the end of my life.” He even mentioned a couple of his peers whose work he greatly adores: “I love Audtiya and Nimit Nigam’s work and take inspiration everyday.”

Navaneeth Unnikrishnan

Starry nights, milky waterfalls, sweeping landscapes – his pictures instantly transport you to the gorgeous locales.

Zaid Salman

His pictures reflect his style: unique and free. Watch out for the use of props in his photos.

 George Koruth

This Documentary photographer has a crazy way with angles. They sort of send your head in a twirl.
Siddhartha Joshi

Talking about his tactic of travel photography, he said: “I think to be successful you need to travel a lot and also experiment with your style. Travel photography covers almost everything so one needs to be versatile. It’s a bit like journalism – a journalist smells and chases a story there, and I do the same with light. Having said that, since I also write on travel extensively, I talk extensively with people I meet and also that helps to make the pictures more natural and less posed.” He especially likes the work of a buddy photographer – Anirudh Choudhary, because “his work is lovely and very travel focused.”