When the mundane makes you crave for colour, when you must foray into where your sense of adventure takes you, here’s why that place should be Ranthambhore.
A DSLR can give you worse pictures than a point-and-shoot camera if you don’t use it the right way. Here’s what you need to know about using your camera right.
Toehold’s Rajiv Shyamsundar’s photographs capture the beauty of the world’s most ancient, spiritual and continuously inhabited cities, Varanasi, the perfect muse to draw inspiration from.
With our patron Jayasree, what can begin as an exchange of thoughts on photography and experience in the wild, can become a tête-à-tête in which a sweeping love for life brims and flows.
Some human experiences can hold you under their spell when external contradictions are internalised completely. In Amboseli, Kenya, you will find one such ever-adorable contradiction – the African elephant.
Anshuman’s love for photography began in 2009 and he hasn’t looked back ever since.
Kabini has been a consistently productive wildlife Photo Tour and the sightings in the depths of its nuanced green forests and meditative backwaters have been dramatic and exhilarating.
On Valentine’s Day, here’s a touching love letter from an ardent devotee of the planet to that which is the source of all love and all that’s loved.
Here we recollect a rewarding journey into the thick, green forests of Kabini in the wintry days of January.
This is what the participants of the Ranganathittu Nature Photography Masterclass did – blend fun, learning, art and travel all on a weekend!