Capture the best of Indian treasures for long lasting memories by going into photographic hunt. Where the wildlife is royal, rivers and lakes are pristine, picturesque beauty is spread up to infinity, in fact whole environ is breathtakingly beautiful. Thus the photographic scope is prevailed throughout the entire vista.
India is a land of fantasy that offers ample opportunities for photography
that facilitates to shoot the magnificent sport fishing, plant or bird life
and all kind of adventure sports - in short, photography helps in
undertaking the most exhilarating rendezvous with mother nature.
Undertaking Photography Tours
This photographic tour is intended for the serious photographer curious in
bringing forth-superb images. The journey comprises of photography game
drives, game walks during the pleasant mornings and evenings and afternoons
spending with photography technique lectures and training, that will give
you fair idea that where to shoot these wildlife treasures and there temper.
Photographing wildlife in their natural habitat provides a zestful sight
into the fascinating world of nature and wildlife.
Photography tours convey a lucrative adventure for the photograph
enthusiast and an exclusive opportunity to capture the wildlife species,
splendid vista, halcyon landscapes, spectacular flora and local folks with
their simple life style. No wildlife safari trips are completed without
Pre-requisites for Eco Tourism Photography
Taking close-up pictures
While taking close-up of animals, try to focus on the animal's eyes. This
assures you of animal's face in focus. Always be alert with your camera as
animals may unexpectedly come into view and then quickly disappears.
Range your subject
When taking photos of an elephant or other huge animal, take a portrait
shot; include one more with the general habitat in context to the subject,
then another with close-up detail, such as horns and face.
No photographer enthusiast should take up a photographic safari with only
one camera. Additional camera is just a small price you are paying for the
extra protection in case you're main camera fail or atleast go for a small
size 35mm camera.
Use auto focus over manual focus. The fastest auto focus system is
important on safari when the action starts.
Digital cameras have been on the market for several years now. If you are
considering getting a digital camera to photograph birds, get one that has
the longest zoom length as possible.
Go for the rapid and best quality lenses available. It is very important to
protect your lenses with a filter. At minimum you should use an UV filter.
Prefer an 81B to an UV filter that gives bright colors.
However, tripods can be very effective when photographing the night shots
around the camps and lodges.
Kodachrome 64-slide film or Fujichrome 100 for most daylight shots in open
region is recommended. With longer lenses, which admit less light, or for
low light situations around dawn and dusk, 400 ASA (or higher) are also
recommended. While taking pictures in low light conditions or evening
campfire, flash will be of great use. Keep your film in a lead foil bag to
protect it from heat.
Other important items
Don't forget to keep Wet / Dry anti-bacterial wipes, Flashlight,
Micro-cassette recorder and extra tapes, Extra Camera, Camera batteries,
Labels for film, Lens cleaner and tissue, Sunglasses, Flash, Film and Model
Eco tourism photography assures of a new encountering, not only in the
field of photography, but also bacons to spend time acquiring knowledge
about the hidden secrets of the environment as well.