Undoubtedly, travelling and photography go well together. There’s no better feeling than looking at a photo and realizing you clicked that beautiful picture. These destinations give the perfect material for any photographer’s dream.
Visit the Royal Rajasthan during festivals to capture every colour and every celebration. The Ghoomar dance with some folk music and traditional songs are symbols of how incredible India’s culture is.
The passing clouds play magic on the hills that surround Leh. Take your DSLR to Shanti Stupa to capture terrific sunset photos. Leh town is reminiscent of Indus valley with a network of mud-brick homes and the royal Leh Palace. Ladakh photography journey includes views from the highest motorable road in the world, wildlife, blue lakes, and breath-taking landscapes in the Himalayan realm.
This south Indian city hosts many historical monuments including Meenakshi Amman Temple and Tirumalai Nayak Palace. Meenakshi Amman Temple is the ninth-tallest gopuram (170 ft) in the world which can be the perfect model for sunset photography.
Hampi unfolds the interesting architecture of numerous historical streets and the crumbling ruins of a once glorious empire. You can capture the amazing shots at the Vittala Temple, Virupaksha Temple, and the Tungabhadra River. Explore the countryside for mesmerising sunrise pictures.
“Varanasi is older than history, older than tradition, older even than legend and looks twice as old as all of them put together” – Mark Twain. Pilgrims on the banks of the river with the background of the old temples – especially during Ganga arati – the play of lights and shadows while walking along the ghats, every picture of Varanasi has its own story.
6. Caves of Maharashtra
Experiment on cave photography in rock-cut cave monuments of Ajanta and Ellora. The intricate sculptures, the meditative calm, the magnificence of Kailas Temple unroll an enriching photography experience.