Lal Nallath

The FSO founder

Lal Nallath specializes in Industrial, Architectural, Advertising and  Food photography. He is also an ardent travel photographer and spends a  lot of time training budding photographers who are looking to improve  their skills.

The fact that his work has been curated and published in National  Georgraphic, Lonely Planet Traveller magazines, Gulf News, Construction  Middle East etc. is in itself testimony to his immense experience and  acceptance among industry peers.

Some of of his international portfolio includes work done for Volvo,  Himoinsa, Hertz, Ingersoll Rand, Dusit Thani Hotels, Al Fattan Group,  Toyota, Honda, Swiss Arabian Perfumes, RAH Jewelry, DEWA, Al Futtaim  Automall, Al Ghurair Construction, Al Ghurair Steel, Container  Solutions, Wilhelmsen Ships Service, Pacific Machinery, Linde, Hardco  gulf etc.


First Prize : Al Ain Zoo photography competition

Every year Al Ain Zoo calls in photographers to visit the Zoo and take pictures within the Zoo. The total prize money is USD 27000. Lal Nallath bagged the first prize in the color category. Prize money USD 6800

First Prize : Karl Taylor Photography Competition

Karl Taylor Education is an internationally acclaimed website. This site is run by the famous Photographer Karl Taylor. Lal Nallath won the Travel & Festival theme first prize. He won a Manfrotto Tripod worth USD 1000.

Second Prize : Xposure Sharjah, Photography competition

Xposure Sharjah is an annual Photography event. They run photography competition in different categories. Lal Nallath won 2nd prize in Current Affairs theme. Prize money USD 750

Fiap Silver : Cyprus International photography competition

This shot taken in RAK had won the Silver medal from the Cyprus International photography competition.

Finalist : SIENA international Photography Awards, Italy

This shot taken in Lisaily, Dubai was one of the finalist at the SIENA international Awards, Italy.

National Geographic Website : Your shot - Daily Dozen

8 pictures taken by Lal Nallath had been featured in the popular National Geographic website's Daily Dozen section.