As we welcome 2017 with much love, we look back at 2016 and what the year has meant to everything that we stand for.
Photography can bring attention to the beauty and the peril of endangered species, and spark action to save them. On our Photo Tours we’re conscious of this.
After a productive beginning to the Tour in Nameri, the group drove to Kaziranga. And it’d mesmerise them with the infinite beauty it contained in its confined wilderness.
Sourabha Rao reports on the specifics of the epicness starting with the first part of our Kaziranga Photo Tour, which contains the story of Nameri.
His second year birthday cake was a tiger! That must’ve been a sign. For that small boy has now grown up to be a passionate wildlife photographer.
Cute, cuddly and comical, baby animals are the most fun attraction of a wildlife trip. We count down the ten most lovable young-animal images made on our Photo Tours to make you go “aww”.
On Children’s Day, we bring you the story of Dheeraj M. Nanda, an 11th grade student who is a wildlife and underwater photographer.
Meet Toehold’s PanPod – the perfect way of combining the best of tripod and beanbag ergonomics. In one smooth pan!
Photographing in natural light does not mean you have no creative control over lighting. We look at seven ways in which you can shape available light to make great images.
Sushmitha Reddy doesn’t miss any opportunity that lets her explore diverse wildlife and make her own stories through photography, complemented by her succinct anecdotes.