Rupankar Mahanta is a wildlife and nature photographer, traveller and blogger from New Delhi, India. As a photographer empanelled with Getty Images, he believes in practicing photography as an art form and loves capturing nature in all its colour and glory. His twin love for travel and photography had seen him trekking in absolute wilderness of Ladkah to diving in pristine waters of Andaman and Lakshadweep. The famed jungles of Corbett and Ranthambhore has become a second home to him. He loves photographing the mercurial Asiatic Wild Elephants in their habitats. His images of elephants have brought him several recognitions.
His work has been published in both Saevus and Sancturay Asia magazines, which are the only Indian publications, specialised on nature and wildlife photography. Rupankar has been recently honoured by Saevus magazine as their featured gallery member for the month of June 2017. His images and articles have also been published in various websites and forums. Rupankar’s blog on travelling, ‘India Travel Diary’ has been showcased by TripAdvisor.
A Natural History Photography specialist. He has mentored and helped over scores of amateur photographers to develop their skills in nature photography and take it to the next level.
Being an Engineer by education, Rupankar Mahanta loves getting deeper into both technical and artistic side of photography. He teaches photography to enthusiastic aspirants who want to capture the beauties of nature through nature photo walk, jungle trips and workshops. He is a mentor with DCP Expeditions which is the largest photography academy in India. He has led many successful nature photo walks for agencies like Tamron, Carl Zeiss and Delhi Walk Festival. You can follow Rupankar’s work in Instagram @rupankarmahanta and facebook @rups33
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