This year we will back with Photography Workshop Camel Fair in Pushkar Rajasthan.
We propose a unique photography workshop in Camel Fair Festival in Pushkar for different level of technique and interest. An amazing travel photography journey in a land of languid warmth and magnificent landscapes.
Introduction Photography Workshop Camel Fair Pushkar
We start our journey in Delhi . Once arrived, we will visiting the chaotic and interesting capital. Then, we will head to Pushkar with private air-con car and the day after we will start the photography workshop Camel Fair. The Festival, is a colorful fair where thousands of people and camels come from all parts of the nation every year. This village is situated on the edge of a small lake that is said to be of divine origin. According to tradition a lotus flower fell from the hand of Brahma while he was absorbed in meditation and from the petals gushed water that gave rise to the Pushkar lake. Along with the religious anniversary, a great festival has arisen over the centuries.
Born as a simple moment of encounter between the caravaners who exchanged goods and their camels, it gradually expanded to become the largest camel trade fair in the world.
Once we have shooting at the fair, we will continue to immerse ourselves in the magical world of the Rajh. Therefore we visited a splendid palaces and impressive palace and visits to some pilgrim centers in the area. There will be plenty of opportunities to visit the major sites of historical and cultural interest, as well as the chaotic and colorful markets. For example in Jaipur, the capital of the region, famous for its bazaars and its spectacular monuments. Before returning to the capital we make a stop at the Taj Mahal and for those who want to continue to Varanasi, the Hindu city overlooking the Ganges, a place of worship and of thousand-year charm.
WHY CHOOSE MY PHOTOGRAPHY WORKSHOP CAMEL FAIR ?
Unlike most companies offering photography tour and workshops, I’m expert in fine art and landscape photography. I represent an international standard of quality in terms of photography workshops tuition and tours. I running workshop from many years and my works has been recognize with internationally awards.
My Photography Workshops at Camel Fair are small, usually with a maximum of 5 people. Therefore, I will spend time with you individually and mix up the groups regularly, so everyone gets a fair share of my time.Sometimes we split into groups of two and meet up regularly.
We will explore a visual approach and techniques including layering, good use of the environment around you, along with introducing compositional elements that will add depth and detail to your images.
When we traveling togheter I help you to get close to the action, after that you will overcome fears about approaching strangers. During the workshop I offer you candid and constructive feedback on a regular basis.
My workshops are immersive, not only we visit amazing locations, some off the beaten track, we will getting close to people and places. I’d like to letting you take shoot photographs you have dreamt of.
Every day we will develop your skills, processing and editing. In this way you will improve all aspects enabling you to create strong body of work.
You’ll come away with a great understanding of photography and the elements that make up a great photograph. Is important to come back with something important for you.
Itinerary of Photography Workshop Camel Fair:
1st day: Delhi .
2nd Day: Delhi / Jodhpur.
3rd Day: Jodhpur .
4th Day: Jodhpur / Pushkar .
5th Day: Pushkar.
6th Day: Pushkar .
7th Day: Pushkar.
8th Day: Pushkar / Jaipur.
9th Day: Jaipur .
10th Day: Jaipur/ Agra.
11th Day: Agra/ >Delhi.
12th Day: Delhi .
For those who wish, can extend the journey to Varanasi, ancient Benares, a city of worship and pilgrimage.
Starting from a minimum of 3 participants: € 2000 / person.
Early booking discount.
-30% down payment upon accession.
-Balance 15 days before departure.
Photography Workshop Camel Fair includes:
– All journeys by private air-con vehicle with driver speaking in English, petrol, taxes, tolls and parking lots .
-Transfer from the airport to the hotel upon arrival and departure from the hotel at the airport.
– Hotel with breakfast and taxes.
– Accommodation in a double room at the hotel.
– Professional guide and photographer.
It does not include:
– Lunch and Dinner.
– Entrance fees to Monuments.
– Single room supplement.
– Travel insurance (mandatory).
– International flight.
The itineraries for photography workshop camel fair can be modified for logistical needs and / or adverse weather conditions. So, when there are some particular occasions, the order of visits and hotel services may be subject to some variation. However guaranteeing in any case the complete performance of the program, except for reasons of force majeure.
Ethical Code Photography Workshop Camel Fair
All our trips are born with the idea of a photographic work in a responsible, ethical and respectful way. Before each trip, the participants will be instructed in the ethical code aimed at not being in unpleasant situations. Anyway, It is recommended to read the travel assistance section regarding the seriousness of the sanctions in India for drug use etc. For read more about ethical code just check my post about responsible travel photography.
Participants must apply for an Indian tourist visa embassy or consulate (contact us for more information and help) via online (Price approx. € 65). Passport with a minimum validity of six months and at least two blank pages.
Prophylaxis or vaccination for India is not mandatory. However, it is recommended to contact the external health of the autonomous community of each participant.
Invest for skills and experience
I think the best reasons to attend a photography workshop is that you can learn how to make better photos. So i believe that investing in experiences is a much better investment than investing in gear. Also you have some benefit that you don’t find on line or for free. In fact, attending a workshop you can gain distilled wisdom about photography from the instructor.
Get into it
When you attend a workshop get into it. Can be obviously but some time is not. So when you attend a workshop, know that you need to work hard, if you actually want to improve your photography. Indeed you have to be really focus and remember yourself often why you are there.