Young Travel Photographer of the Year

Young Travel Photographer of the Year

Ram Chandra

This is one of those “proud daddy” moments. My daughter, Jessie just entered her first photography contest. She entered these four images in the Travel Photographer Of The Year; Young Travel Photographer of the Year category. The theme was “Places & Faces”. This was not a last-minute decision. She had been planning on entering this since well before our trip to Rajasthan earlier this summer. So, while we were there she photographed with this contest in mind. I admit I’m biased. But I like her subject and her treatment of the images. Now all that’s left is to wait. Good luck Jessie.

BTW: Why not join us on this same route and shoot your own images of Rajasthan? Find out how HERE.


Desert Life


A dancer rests.


A sneak peek

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About The Author

Matt Brandon

Matt is a Malaysia based humanitarian and travel photographer. Well known as a photographer and international workshop instructor, Matt’s images have been used by business and organizations around the globe. Matt also on the design board for Think Tank Photo, a camera bag manufacturer. In 2013 Matt founded the On Field Media Project to train the staff of non-profits to use appropriate technology to produce timely as well as quality images.


  1. Robert

    Some serious talent there!!! Love them.

  2. Andy Wilson

    Very good work, Jessie. The 3 human interest ones are all excellent. Two good portraits and ‘Sneak Peek’ tells a story which just about makes it the best. I also like the texture and lighting on ‘Desert Life’ though the shadows just creeping out of the frame slightly undermine an otherwise very attractive composition. Of course I have not seen any of the other entrants but if I was a judge I’d be paying serious attention to these.


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