SAP Media Worldwide Ltd. publishes monthly magazine for Indian Photography Industry
 
 

Past Issue : April 2019

 

In this Issue

Festivals of India - Holi in Mathura
Pro Profile - Chris Burkard
How to make your travel photograph unique
Tips on travel photography
How to travel as a photographer with family
 
 
 
 
 

Festivals of India - Holi in Mathura

Holi also known as ‘festival of colours’ is one of the most popular Indian Festivals and its essence is to celebrate good over evil. This festival is celebrated all over the India and in few other countries too. The best place to enjoy Holi is Mathura and Vrindavan, where people still celebrate the festival in its purest form. Mathura’s Holi celebration have been famous not only among Indians but also among travellers who visit India from different parts of the world. Also, not too far from Mathura is Vrindavan, which is yet another place popular place for Holi celebrations. Just like Mathura, Vrindavan’s Holi celebrations also have a lot of significance among tourists from all parts, who visit both the places to take part in the festival of colours and also take back beautiful memories captured through their photographs. So, apart from just tourists, holi celebrations in Mathura and Vrindavan are also popular among photographers.

 
 
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Pro Profile - Chris Burkard

It is largely believed that Nature, Travel and Landscape pictures are very easy to shoot. You pick a good location, point the camera in the direction and click away. In reality there is more than what meets the eye. From being a successful photographer to also making his mark in the commercial world, we spoke to Chris Burkard to understand how it all began and what is the secret recipe behind his beautiful and mesmerising images.

 
 
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How to make your travel photograph unique

Most of us have a few 'travel icons' on our wish-list – Taj Mahal, Petra, Machu Picchu, Eiffel Tower – but how can you get a unique photo of these over-snapped spots?
It remains one of the most challenging tasks in travel photography: how to shed new light and give new meaning to a subject that most of us have seen countless times in magazines, brochures or in the flesh.

 
 
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Tips on travel photography

Some people collect souvenirs when they travel, while some prefer to
collect beautiful images with the camera. Travel photography is like a time machine , freezing and capturing memories from a journey that you can look back on and enjoy for years. Every travel destination has its own look, culture, history, people, feelings, landscapes and stories. Learning how to capture these subjects through photos helps convey the spirit of a place to others, giving them a glimpse of what it might be like to venture there.

 
 
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How to travel as a photographer with family

Many of us dream dream to travel as photographers. Everyone dreams of seeing the world, photographic the exotic, and making better photos. However not everyone get a chance to travel solo during vacation. Some might travel with kids, family members, a partner or someone else. The truth is when you travel with others, you won't have 100% freedom to do whatever you want. Often times, whatever you want to, others don't want to do or they don't feel comfortable. To travel with your family means you need to be flexible.

 
 
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