Every year I lead at least one photo tour to India. I’ve been traveling there for a good 30 years, but it’s still one of the most unpredictable, and rewarding, destinations as far as the photographer is concerned.
IT’S ABOUT WHERE BUT, MOST OF ALL, IT’S ABOUT WHO AND WHAT.
Just being in Paris doesn’t guarantee you get to know Paris. Just like being in New Delhi or Varanasi does not guarantee you get to know the place. Far more than the importance of the destination itself is looking for the interesting themes and subjects in each location.
India is essentially a photographers all you can eat buffet
From the whirlwind of the festivals, to the bustlings throngs of the marketplaces, The exquisite architecture‘s,
You can and will find any photographically appealing scenario you could possibly imagine in this incredible country. But the way it has an endless supply of spectacular fodder for your camera, going there unprepared can lead to frustration and stress.
There is a difference between stereo typical and iconic, a good Image with always be interesting As you are chasing the beauty of a single moment in time that hasn’t happened before nor will he gain.
All the pictures are copyright of Harry Fisch.