Posted: August 02, 2021Categories: Travel, Tips and Techniques, Photography, Landscape Photography
Most photographers use wide-angle lenses to shoot landscapes - that's what they are built for! However, in this video, Ram Balmur makes a case for using telephoto lenses and particularly, the 70-200mm f/4 lenses, to shoot landscapes.
Posted: August 31, 2019Categories: Travel, Tips and Techniques, Photography, Canon, Nikon, Sony
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!
My suggestion is that you should not mix birding and wildlife with other genres. The kind of gear required for this purpose is not suitable for any other genres. A place like Chelela Pass has so many birds – most of them lifers – that you can’t keep switching to another camera body and set of lenses to do