Soubhagya Ranjan Maharana, a 19-year-old photography enthusiast from India, has made history by becoming the youngest Pexels Hero in the platform’s history. Pexels is a stock photography platform that allows photographers to share and license their work.
Soubhagya’s journey to becoming a Pexels Hero began at a young age, when he first picked up a camera and began experimenting with different techniques and styles. He quickly fell in love with the art of photography, and spent countless hours honing his skills and developing his unique visual voice.
Despite his youth, Soubhagya’s talent and dedication have earned him recognition from Pexels and the photography community at large. His portfolio showcases a wide range of subjects, from stunning landscapes to emotive portraits, all captured with a keen eye for composition and an innate understanding of light and shadow.
His photographs have been viewed over 100 Million times and have been downloaded over 100k+ times. This high engagement on his photographs showcases the popularity of his work among the photography community. His photographs are widely downloaded and used by individuals and organizations. This is a great achievement for a 19-year-old photographer.
When asked about his achievement, Soubhagya said “It’s an honor to be recognized by Pexels and be a part of a community that values creativity and quality. I’m excited to continue sharing my work and growing as a photographer.”
Soubhagya’s work serves as an inspiration to young photographers everywhere, proving that age is no barrier to achieving great things. His unique vision and undeniable talent have earned him a place among the best photographers on Pexels, and his star is certain to continue rising in the years to come.
“Soubhagya is an exceptional talent in the photography community. His photographs are not just technically sound but also convey a sense of peace and tranquility. We at Pexels are proud to have him as a part of our community and look forward to supporting and promoting his work in the future.” – Bruno Joseph, CEO of Pexels.