Sapna Reddy: Full-Time Physician and Pro Landscape Photographer

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Sapna Reddy: Full-Time Physician and Pro Landscape Photographer

There are many passionate and talented photographers who wonder if they should quit their full-time job in pursuit of professional photography. Sapna Reddy is a photographer who proves you don’t requirement to — She has a dual career as both a full-time doctor and a professional landscape photographer.

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Based in Northern California, Reddy works as a radiologist who analyzes images and establishes a diagnosis in the hope of helping patients achieve healing. But besides her medical practice, Lady has had remarkable success as a professional photographer.

She has won prestigious photo contests hosted by National Geographic, Lonely Planet, outdoor photographers and more. Her work is published internationally by global companies and well-known publications. She conducts workshops around the world to help other photographers develop creative styles and create meaningful photographs.

Reddy’s photographs are sold in art galleries in more than 80 countries around the world, and most of the proceeds from her art sales go to charities.

She is also a brand ambassador for Sony Alpha camera equipment, GuraGear camera bags and NiSiOptics lens filters.

As both a doctor and a photographer, Reddy is familiar with both the healing power of images that direct the patient’s healing and the healing power of the image itself for the viewer. She is interested in color theory and art therapy. Her goal for Reddy is to use her creative expression to create therapeutic visuals.

“As a radiologist, I’m trying to figure out what’s wrong with the human body. As a photographer, I’m looking for something that’s essentially right. The perfect placement of visual elements,” Reddy told SmugMug. increase. “Oh [radiology and photography] It complements each other very well. One is more intelligent. The other is more emotional. I like that balance. “

Lady’s two carriers complement each other because outdoor work helps recharge work in the hospital. The images she creates are perfect for hospital walls.

“When I returned to the hospital after spending a lot of time outdoors, I just felt more emotionally resilient,” she says. “And I realized that the walls of the hospital were very tough. We didn’t actually create a healing environment. In order for the body to be healed, we need to create a suitable environment. I think that is very important.

“I went to the hospital board and asked,’Why don’t you show me an image of nature?'” And they said, “Well, Sapuna, you have a picture of nature there. If you want to see, why don’t you go get them? “That gave me a chance to actually explore the concept of vision therapy. What makes the image look healed? “

SmugMug featured Reddy’s life and work as part of the company’s exciting “This Lens” campaign, which challenges the perspective and celebrates the power of world-changing photography.

The campaign runs online at smugmug.com/community/this-lens and gives you the opportunity to share inspiring stories, artist spotlights, and unique perspectives with your lens.

More information on Reddy’s work can be found on her website, Instagram, and Flickr.


Full disclosure: This article was provided by SmugMug.

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