Fisherman in Bagan

Photos that inspire you from Irrawaddy River

Irrawaddy River From centuries the life along the riverbanks of Irrawaddy river in Myanmar doesn’t change too much. Below I put some photos that testimony and documenting this charming river where the people living most part or their life. In this environment they travel, pray, fishing, working maybe looking their kids play. I hope that photos inspire you. Be Prepare to Photograph Irrawaddy River Before arrive to photograph Myanmar get

Photograph Kerala

How photograph Kerala, a simple guide

Photograph Kerala Kerala is hidden in the southwestern corner of India, forced into a narrow strip of land between the Arabian Sea and the western mountains of Ghati. The name means “land of coconuts” and the palm trees still shade almost the entire state which prides itself on being kissed by a scorching sun. The tropical landscape is crossed by dozens of rivers and innumerable waterways, and visitors can spend

Walk alone, Gobi Desert, Mongolia 2010

Photos of Dunes that inspire you

Photos of Dunes Landscape is the most popular genre among travel photographers, perhaps because at first glance it seems the simplest type of photography. In reality, photograph the dunes requires important technical knowledge and a lot of effort to bring about appreciable results. Also you need a good motivation and inspiration. I hope to help you with some photos that I have take in last years. How take Photos of

photograph Ganga Aarti

Photograph the Diwali festival

Photograph the Diwali There are numerous festivals to photograph in India that are held throughout the year. Indeed among them the Diwali is one of the most important. During this festival you can see and capture an amazing culture at its best. In fact, being a highly spiritual country, festivals are at the heart of people’s lives in India. Don’t miss these popular events for an unforgettable shooting experience. How

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