Meet the 16 year old Photo genius!!

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I always get enthralled by people who put efforts in the area of their interests and make it their profession. How wonderful life can be if you get to do what you love and make a living out of it!


I got to know about Martin Nittala while browsing through some website. This 16 year old’s passion for photography will make you think about your own, if you have one. If  you don’t, you seriously need to think about it.

Martin’s hometown is Rajamahendravaram,Andhra Pradesh. He first started taking pictures from mobile as a kid in the year 2013. Nowadays many kids do that, but his keen interests and quest for making it big made him different from others. He got his first Camera in the same year and there was no turning back since then. Next year he bought his first DSLR, a Canon EOS 60D which he learnt to use on his own. It was difficult for him in the initial days to get complete support from his parents as he spent too much of his time with the camera and did not pass the 10th standard with good grades. But he kept on working towards his passion. Many people criticized him, but that did not move him in chasing his dreams.


Few of Martin’s work below…..



For this 16 year old, it is only the beginning!!

Follow Martin’s journey:

Martin’s Blog:

Facebook : MartinNittalaPhotography


11 thoughts on “Meet the 16 year old Photo genius!!

  1. This is so cool ~ such talent in this kid. A beautiful way to bring in the New Year ~ a great post and best to you with your writing and photography in the New Year. Cheers to a great 2016.

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