VJ Sharma, Founder & Chief blogger, PHOTO JOURNEY

VJ is the Founder of Travelling Camera, the place where he has been recording his travel experiences, life experiences, gadget reviews, and technology hacks for over 10 years. With more than 10 million page views till date, the blog is now a well-recognized platform in the Indian Blogging space. VJ was introduced to travel early by his maternal grandfather who was posted with Indian Railways and with whom VJ travelled throughout India on the train. Photography too followed soon when his father bought a Rolleiflex camera and a curious VJ started playing around with it. From curiosity, his fascination with photography evolved into a hobby and, soon after, into much more. His photographs have featured in exhibitions, dailies like The Hindu, The Times of India, and Hindustan Times, and in prestigious magazines such as National Geographic, Conde Nast, Better Photography, Lonely Planet, Terrascape, Railbandhu etc. 

VJ's travel experiences range from scaling arduous and dangerous treks to covering fast-paced mountain motor-sporting events. From the pristine lush-green valleys of Kashmir to the sandy-rocky beaches of Kerala, he has explored them all. You can read about these experiences on Travelling Camera. Photography remains his main motivation and reward for travelling. An Adobe-Certified Expert in Adobe Lightroom, VJ is also an expert trainer in photo organization and editing using Adobe Lightroom. A staunch advocate of responsible tourism, VJ actively promotes clean travel through his blogs and photographs.

Consulting Editor (Vibha Malhotra, Founder, Literature Studio)

Vibha is the Editor and Blogger at Travelling Camera. She is an author, poet, book reviewer, and traveler, who loves exploring new cultures, trying various cuisines, and learning new languages. Apart from English, Hindi, and Punjabi, she knows a bit of French and Japanese. Travel became a part of Vibha's life at the age of two when she accompanied her parents and elder sister on a bus trip from Nepal to Kanyakumari. After innumerable family trips while she was in school, Vibha graduated to solo travel when she started working. She has travelled solo through parts of Himachal Pradesh, Madhya Pradesh, Kerala, Karnataka, and Maharashtra. Internationally, she has explored most of the UK and some part of California, US, alone. She is especially fond of the Isle of Skye and draws inspiration from its desolate landscapes and haunting lochs.

Apart from Travelling Camera, Vibha's work has been published in Muse India, Tipton Poetry Journal, The Luxembourg Review, and Wasafiri, and in dailies such as The Times of India, Ceylon Today, and Dhaka Tribune. Know Your Worth, Vibha's debut book as a co-author, was published by General Press and was an Amazon Bestseller. As an editor, she has edited more than 20 international books, including Queen Elizabeth II and the Royal Family, Hot Bikes, Cool Cars, The Train Book, All About Everything, Sailing Essentials, and The Little Course series, all published by the renowned publisher Dorling Kindersley (Penguin Random House). She has independently edited Kathryn Brettell's award-winning memoir The Olive Picker.

2018 Summer Intern - Lavanya Sharma 

Lavanya is a writer at travelling camera and also give a hand on editing. She is a graduate student at Jagran Lakecity University, Bhopal and traveller who has started to explore world on her own terms.She has a very unique love for food which helps her explore more cuisine from basic to high. She
never loses a chance to learn a dish and know more authentically about it. She is a classical kathak dancer and has done diploma in it. She has a unique interest in drama and music also. She has a very good knowledge of music as it helps her in dance. She has achieved many awards in dance, not on classical but western too. With dance sports like swimming and badminton has been her hobby.

Guest Bloggers  (click on right corner of photograph to see complete profile & more work by these awesome story tellers)


Arpit said…
Glad to be a part of this amazing team of Photo Journey :)
Rakesh Ranjan said…
Will click more this year.. nice journey with Photo Journey :)
Being a travel blogger and photographer I would love to be part of this team. Started travel blogging with ghumakkar dot com and after a few years, started my own blog Recently, I shifted to Gurgaon.
I feel that working closely with like-minded people energizes us more and more and brings out the best hidden somewhere deep within us. That is the main reason that prompts me to join the team. Best regards to all.

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