Wildlife Photography Workshop
Kanha National Park
Celebrating Wildlife Photography
Wildlife photography is a genre of photography concerned with documenting various forms of wildlife in their natural habitat. As well as requiring photography skills, wildlife photographers may need field craft skills and people give close attention to good quality work. A good craftsman is appreciated; his skill, creativity and professionalism exude quality. Photographing wildlife is no different; the successful photographer must give attention to every aspect of his craft and treat it professionally.
Depending on the type of wildlife you photograph, this is an area where your camera system plays an important role. When photographing a subject there’s no time to fumble with the tools in hand – the photographer, like an experienced car driver operates his machine fluently, almost without thinking. The photographer must know how to get sharp pictures, compose the subject, know what’s the best light, how to use fill flash and all the techniques necessary to create a good picture.
This is where help from a mentor plays a big role in clearing your doubts, making you more confident and you start to believe in your own ability. We are extremely delighted to bring to you Viewfinder – A mentor led photography workshop wherein you get to learn the nuances of Wildlife photography from an experienced and successful photographer.
Wildlife holidays, in association with Nikon, invites you to explore the mesmerizing beauty of Kanha and also once in a lifetime opportunity to be a part of Viewfinder, the Wildlife Photography Workshop in Kanha.
We will begin with introduction to Wildlife photography and discuss the essentials of being a wildlife photographer. We will focus on the art of creating stand out images and will have intense technical sessions, on field guidance as well as image reviews.
Technical sessions will help you know your equipment better, decipher exposure triangle, DOF and Exposure Compensation. Also get to learn composition rules and how to make an image or subject stand out. We will have a dedicated session on post processing techniques.