My Biography


Getting himself exposed to different places around the world allowed BPS Walia (b 1967) to develop a keen eye that could pick up the essence of the composition and turn it into a timeless piece of art. He does not look through the camera towards an image, but to a creative design that lies in that image.

Having worked with prestigious magazines like TIME and NATIONAL GEOGRAPHIC, and on travel books with Britanica, Dorling Kinderslay and PeriPlus, BPS Walia has been able to add up to 60,000 travel images in his archives, which is now greatly sought-after by creative editors. However, in the last 15 years, his forte has been rather the most challenging task that a cameraman can do: Industrial Photography. It has taken him to 23 different countries, working with probably the most powerful industrial groups around the globe to take industrial pictures.

BPS Walia makes use of the best and the topmost technological advancement that has been made in the field of photography. He works with small to large format cameras according to the need, using tripods from 1feet to 24 feet with remote control head. Once he knows that he has to go to a remote area, he usually takes along 50Ws to 1200Ws battery operated lights. And to be in touch with his clients on the site, he usually takes the help of his licenced walky talkie.

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