DPC PhotoBus

Every month, we take photography enthusiasts to places that offer breathtaking photography opportunities to be captured in your cameras. Ideally suited for those who want to take a break from their routine and get on to the bus to ping their creative side.

In a PhotoBUS, your fellow passengers are all photography enthusiasts who no more want to rest with their cameras in their homes. Good chances of bumping into interesting people from all walks of life in the PhotoBUS.

  • – Small group (11-14 people in all)
  • – Ample opportunities to resolve smallest queries
  • – Photo reviews as you go, offering instant feedback and correction opportunity
  • – Opportunity to interact with like minded fellow photography enthusiasts
  • – Totally pixel packed!!
  • And above all, store wonderful memories with your camera.

see this  http://www.delhiphotographyclub.com/register

Photobus in March : Hola Mohalla 21-24th March

Hola Mahalla is an important Indian Sikh festival held in Anandpur Sahib in Punjab which follows Hindu festival of Holi. Unlike festival of Holi, when people playfully throw colored powders on each other, Hola Mahalla is an occasion for the Sikhs to demonstrate their martial skills. Sikhs gather here in large numbers to witness a very impressive and colourful procession of Nihangs, in their traditional attire displaying their skill in the use of arms, horse riding, and other war-like sports. The fair is also known for community service as langars (voluntary community kitchens) are held by the locals for serving traditional cuisine to visitors to this festival. 

Next PhotoBus

Ladakh in winters

DPC presents #lifegoals with DPC next trip in the month of Mar 2019. Enough time to plan in advance.

Winter in Ladakh is one of the harshest in India and temperatures can fall upto -35 degree Celsius at night. For the adventurous soul, this is the best time to visit Ladakh, as you not only get to experience near arctic temperatures, but also explore it at a time, when even quite a few Ladakhis leave Ladakh for better employment opportunities and warmer climate and there are only handful of tourists around.

Itinerary for the Leh Trip Feb 2019.
09th Mar : DAY 1: Delhi to Leh ( Stay at Leh
10th Mar : DAY 2: Leh local and visit to Ice Hoceky rinks
11th Mar : DAY 3: Hemis Monastry and National Park
12th Mar : DAY 4: Leh to Nubra
13th Mar : Day 5 : Nurbra to Leh
14st Mar : DAY 6: Leh to Pangong Tso + chanthang
15nd Mar : DAY 7: Pangong to Leh
16rd Mar : DAY 8: Free day
17th Mar : DAY 9: Start Back from Leh to Delhi

Other Important Details
Stay: will be on twin sharing basis in a home stay environment .
Mode of travel: We will be traveling by Flight and local travel will be in Tempo Traveller ,Xylo or Tata Sumo.
Gear: You can carry tripods and wide angle lenses for cameras. Any camera is good for this trip so long as it digital. For yourself, please carry wollen cloths, comfortable shoes, take hats/caps, shades and sunscreen!

Fee (per person): Rs. 35,000/- (including registration fee)
For Members : Rs. 30,000/-

Cost of Flights extra ( needs to be booked self)
Fee includes Ex Leh travel & group transfers, stay and meals
For further clarifications feel free to call Virendra – 08826712162

What is in a PhotoBus

These are unlike Heritage Photowalks. This is extended Photowalk with  a DPC Mentor.

You can seek support in setting of the camera and framing .

Why this?

Because you have been clicking around from last few days/ months / Year  and you have covered the markets , monuments and so on but now you want to go out and click. So here is the solution.

What is Unique about it?

The basic challenge for all is what next or where next to go? We have solved the challenge.


The idea behind this is to enable an enthusiast to have good number of photographs from not just the city but from the surroundings as well.