Father of Indian Photography Personally I am convinced that Raghu Rai’s work represents a great stimulus for anyone photographers and an excellent starting point for those who engage in street photography and photojournalism. Indeed for those who want to Photograph India is an essential figure to look at. HIs photos and books are a good stimulus and preparation. The Raghu Rai career Known as the “Father of Indian Photography” Rai
Photography Jaisalmer Travel to Photography Jaisalmer is quite journey but it, in my opinion, is well worth it. In fact, the famed Golden City is located in the Thar Desert just 30 kilometres from the border with Pakistan. But believe me when first you will see the golden city of Jaisalmer will come up images of an oriental fable. It is a former medieval trading center buiding with distinctive yellow sandstone.
Photography urban landscape Photography urban landscape is a fast growing subject, maybe because towns and cities are full of fascinating photo opportunities. In fact you can capture the vibe of one place, a unique feel that makes them different from anywhere else. Also you can choose a different genre like capture architecture, making some portrait, going in off beaten track and put a new spin on an old idea. For
Photography People in travel During my workshop often people tell me that they find difficult to take good portrait when they travel. So i will explore in this post how photography people when you are not at home. In fact, approaching strangers and asking to capture them, usually with a language barrier, can be a daunting prospect. Also you have to be outdoor , without the comfort of the studio
In the beginning In the history of travel photography nothing was so simple. Instead today we have many options and opportunities and sometimes we forget how lucky we are. Early travel photography days For many centuries people had to rely on the descriptions of explorers to appreciate what other countries looked like. Also painters adding something important with their landscape and portrait. But when, in 1839 Frenchman Louis Daguerre created