Life is either a daring adventure or nothing at all.
“Nothing happens when you sit at home. I always make it a point to carry a camera with me at all times, I just shoot at what interests me at that moment”.
On photography expeditions with Raj you’ll learn tips and techniques related to travel and documentary photography and how to dissolve the communication and cultural barrier to connect with your subject better way while exploring picturesque places in various parts of world.
When the world is your canvas, so to speak, you need your tools with you to capture everything around you. Make a habit of always carrying a camera with you, you will never suffer the regret of wishing you had.
Do you know how many photos you have taken up until now? You will have to take thousands of pictures to reach a point where you can begin to evaluate them objectively. Looking upon your photos as if you were looking at them through someone else’s eyes is a good way to give yourself constructive criticism. Comparing your first photos with your most recent, do you see improvement? Do you remember how you loved some of your first photos – do you still love them or are they now not so good anymore?
Never stop photographing. It is very likely that your best photograph has not yet been captured.
We all have access to some subjects that no one else has access to – look at any place you have access to find a vision that comes uniquely from your access. Many people would dream of having the same access you have, and you might not have considered how valuable your access is.
Sometimes it is interesting to hear the story behind the photo and you see the photo in a new light. But in most cases a photo shouldn’t need a story to back it up. It has to speak for itself.
Beauty can be seen in all things, seeing and composing the beauty is what separates the snapshot from the photograph.
So if you are interested to join Raj’s next photography expedition, send a message to know more about his upcoming photo-expedition.