Since 2008 my first trip to India took me from chaotic metropolitan landscapes to the majestic Himalayas, from the long beaches of Karnataka to the sacred river of the Ganges. For many reason, was a clash of cultures between the hustle and bustle of metropolitan city life and the most conservative communities of the peripheral regions.This country has a millennial charm so difficult to tell in words that I tried to translate that experience into essential images
You need to preparing well in advance your photographic trip to India. Indeed the biggest democracy in the world can be dirty, chaotic,intoxicating, crazy, exasperating, wonderful, squalid, beautiful, overwhelming, and fantastic. Therefore India is all these things, and more. In some post I try to explain How can you prepare for this great photographic adventure.
Sometimes things don’t always go as planned, especially in your first trip to India. The weather might become horrible, the location you wanted to shoot could be under construction, or the light during the time you wanted to photography something might be flat and boring. So, you really have to be flexible and with time. You have to make decisions to chance your shoot plan based on how things are going. Be flexible and creative in your shoot plan, and getting more info as you can.