I was one of those crazy amateur photographers who wanted to make beautiful pictures of the unfathomable world when I got hands on my first DSLR. Though I had an eye for creativity and was successful in producing beautiful images, I failed to give much attention to details. After years passed I realized that the efforts I put was just to produce images which didn't have the required details and quality to participate in competitions and make prints. And from that day, my perception to digital photography changed, I dedicated a lot of time to learn camera controls & techniques and advance my skills. Now I'm able to confidently produce images which not only adds creativity, but also bring out every single detail.
The nature & wildlife photography workshop I organize focuses on -Introduction to Digital photography, Seeing scenes & subjects through the view finder, Understanding Key elements of photography, Understanding Camera equipment and controls, How to get the best out of the camera, Framing, Composition and Lighting , Creative perspective & shooting techniques and importantly working on the subject you shoot.
All my workshops are conducted on different levels, and each level specifically focus on Landscape photography, Seascape photography, Wildlife photography, Macro photography, Abstract photography.
Also, as a wildlife photographer and conservationist, I'm working on a new initiative on responsible tourism called "Eco-village and Wilderness Adventure’ . Our mission is to preserve the ethnic tribal culture & tradition, and simultaneously conserve the bio-diversity of the regions by creating awareness through cultural tourism/ethno-tourism, nature camps and hikes. As well as inter-linking local community participation in sustainable conservation of the local natural resources through cultural and livelihood practices.
We are a group of professionals and naturalists working towards preserving culture and conserving nature. Our goal is to protect the environment and build a sustainable ecosystem.
How about combining our photography workshops with wildlife adventures?