Wildlife photography is widely believed to be one of the most challenging and rewarding genres of photography, in that the subject of the photograph is dynamic. Animals move, they blink, they turn their heads or they fly off in some cases. Every encounter comprises a thousand bad photograph opportunities and if you’re lucky, a couple of good photo-ops. Photographers have to be vigilant enough to be able to capture the perfect moment. Wildlife in India is abundant and diverse, to say the least. The sanctuaries and national parks across India provide wildlife photographers an incredible outlet for their work and wildlife photography is far more significant than a majority of us realize. Their work, whether purposeful or not, are a visual representation of the much larger cause of wildlife conservation. Several species of animals are dangerously close to extinction and documenting these animals ultimately leads to the masses being educated about issues that inevitably throw the eco system out of balance.