It's not easy to be a sports photographer, the most important thing you learn as a sports photographer is anticipation - not where the action is taking place, but where it's going to take place.
I got an opportunity to work as a sports photographer with one of the best motorcycling companies in the world, Indian Motorcycles.
I started my journey on 9 June 2017 from Indian motorcycles showroom in Bangalore to a hill station, called Coorg, a beautiful place around a distance of 300 Kms, as you can see in the video i'm sitting in the open hatchback of Toyota Innova Crysta running at the top speed of 180Km/Hr, under a support of two seat-belts crossed each other and facing on the opposite direction when you aren't aware whats gonna happen next, it can be a speed breaker, a bump, a hard right or left turn or anything big.
But being as a passionate photographer, I was loving that moment.But it's not easy an easy task to be seated constantly for more than 6 hours, when your back starts paining like anything and you're just trying hard to get the best shot.
Respect Photographer & Love Photography
Thank you very much Polaris India(https://www.facebook.com/PolarisIndiaPvtLtd/) & Indian Motorcycles India
For having me onboard, It was such a wonderful experience working with you.
I would love to thank you Mr.Anil Soporee, Mr.Pankaj Dubey, Mrs.Runa Ahlawat, Mr.Anil Shankar, Ms.Suparna Sarkar,Mr.Anurag Srivastava and all the riders for love and support.