Tips and Techniques

  1. Bhutan- A Dream Destination for All Photographers!

    Bhutan- A Dream Destination for All Photographers!

    Bhutan offers many options for photography, mainly Monuments, Buildings, Monasteries, Dzongs, Towns, Streets, Markets, People, Houses, Mountains, Landscapes, Birds and Wildlife. As a photographer, you need to plan your trip well. Primarily, it depends on your liking and the genre of photography you shoot. Most of us like to engage in our photography as it comes on a daily basis whenever we are on a tour, in whatever form. For this, Bhutan is rich with precious culture and diversity. There are many celebrations that are held here from time to time. Every single village in this country has its own celebrations, and can be a good opportunity for photography!

    I heard that Tshulthrim would be our bird guide there. I checked his profile and looked at the images he posted, his background, types of habitats and terrains. Accordingly, I started preparing, a lot of shots were pre-visualised, especially with the snow in the background. I did some study on the internet

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  2. Selecting A Beginner’s Kit

    Selecting A Beginner’s Kit

    If you are new to photography or just migrating from a cellphone or compact camera to a DSLR camera, these pointers can help you select the right kit for starting out:

    The Budget:

    Photography is an extremely expensive hobby and there really is no end to the amount of money you can spend on gear and still wish for something better! This makes it very important to set a budget for yourself so that you do not get carried away. As of 2019, a good starter budget should be in the range of Rs 35,000 – Rs 60,000 for a camera body and one or two lenses. It is best not to buy too much equipment before you get a good idea of what you will be shooting. We strongly recommend that you rent from Primes & Zooms (P&Z) and try the equipment before buying it.

    The Camera System:

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