Every winter, flocks of Siberian seagulls migrate through Delhi making a temporary home in the Ganga and Yamuna, two of India’s most holy rivers. Navin Vatsa camps out in the early morning light as the birds flock in the thousands, often fed by devotees who arrive to bathe in the river and feed them. The birds fly over 6,000 miles to escape the harsh Siberian winters between October and March.
A self-taught passionate photographer, especially in capturing candid Street moments, Architectural Life and of Travel stories domain, Mr. Navin Vatsa is a combination of versatile personality. He has his Master’s Degree in Computer Applications and taught computers to graduate and post graduate students for over 9 years.
He also served Jagannath University, Jaipur as Joint Registrar for 7 years, and now from last 3 years he has devoted his full time to his in-born Art, Photography. So with the experience of teaching, administration and Art, he has the ability to visualize and implement the creative ideas in photography to complete his compositions with some unique stories. Photography is like Meditation for him. He love to compose in Colors and Monochrome both. His Monochrome Versions has the power to spread colors in the mind of viewers.
He has been awarded and recognized by various International and National organizations of repute such as National Geographic, UNESCO, Sony World, Sony India, Inspiro India, Asian Photography & imaging magazine(Nov 2016, Dec 2016 with complete portfolio, February 2017 issues), Creative Image Magazine, Heritage youth Foundation Delhi, Camarena Academy (Best photographer of the year 2016 and awarded by Sir Raghu Rai for the same). One of his photograph was published by Sony India in its “Annual Calendar 2016”.
Recently in April-May 2017 by “SONY World Photography Award”one of his photograph of Travel category got commended by the juries and placed within top best 50 out of 105,692 submission from 182 countries and exhibited at the prestigious Somerset House, London from 21st April to 7th May, 2017.You can see many more photos on Vatsa’s Instagram feed.