DPC announces Day trip a brand new series of Photo trips.

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Launching a Brand New Travel series for people who cannot spare two days to travel on our amazing DPC Photo Bus trips due to scarcity and unavailability of Time .

The Day trip is basically a Idea to rejuvenate your photography and yourself with a day long trip which is full of information , Photography and gossips .

The Trip will give an opportunity to click places which are in close proximity to Delhi but they are worth Visiting .

The first in series is the Garhmuketshwar , An old historic town and place for River Ganga .

About  Garhmukteshwar

Garhmukteshwar is situated on the National Highways 24 joining New Delhi   with Lucknow. The town is the closest point from the capital where the river  Ganga flows. Garhmukteshwar is also famous for its bathing fair that takes place on the Full Moon Day in the month of Kartik. This city hosts two important fairs in a year. One is the bathing fair on the full moon day of Kartika and another fair is held on the occasion of Dussehra, both of which attracts tourists from all over the country.

The Gadho-ka -Mela which is a part of the big Garh Ganga fair is a huge trading center for asses, donkeys and horses.

Garhmukteshwar has also been mentioned in the Bhagavata Purana and the Mahabharata. It is said that Garhmukteshwar was a part of the ancient city of Hastinapur. The place boasted off a very ancient fort that is said to be built by later Pandavas, brothers of Kauravas. The name of the place is derived from the great temple of Mukteshwar Mahadeva that is dedicated to the goddess Ganga who is worshipped here in four temples. The place is also known for its eighty Sati Pillars.

Other Important Details

Mode of travel: We will be travelling in AC TEMPO traveller together.

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 comfortable shoes, take hats/caps, shades and sunscreen AND umbrella!

Fee (per person): Rs. 2500/- (including registration fee)

Fee includes travel & group transfers and meals

Does not include tickets for camera and equipment if any)

Please carry the amount with you (only cash) :), (please ignore if paid already)You can also pay the registration amount online or  at our club in Shahpur Jat Village.

Registration fee is non refundable and non transferable

http://www.delhiphotographyclub.com/register

Please carry your ID cards along, it helps.

For further clarifications feel free to call Virendra – 08826712162

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Meet the Real people from the world of Photography :Varun Joshi | Photo Journalist | Special Photographer to the Honourable President of India

Meet the Real people from the world of Photography

Varun Joshi - Photographer with President of India Shri Pranab Mukherjee during the entrouge who has come out with Coffee Table book on President of India

We are featuring people who are hobbyist or professionals photographers and we think they are worth sharing of Delhi Photography Club Fan page .

The selection is purely at the Discretion of Founders and owners of Delhi Photography Club.

Varun Joshi     | Photo Journalist | Special Photographer to the Honourable President of India

What could one do really to capture a site that is already picture-perfect?

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“That’s the challenge I have taken up to showcase my talent & vision, to have a different take that goes beyond banal, bring out the hidden facets & little details of monuments/places that our naked eye seldom misses,” says Varun Joshi, the  eminent photographer who has 24 coffeetable books to his repertoire in a mere span of 5 years.

Most important projects –

When a photographer has shot to fame with his body of work, what’s left for trumpeting his accomplishments? “A book on The President of India,” says Photographer Varun Joshi with a smirk. A photographer par excellence who has over 24 coffee table books to his vast repository of work, his latest book titled – President Pranab Mukherjee- A Statesman photographed and curated by varun joshi isn’t like any of his past work.

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“Working closely with Shri Pranab Mukherjee was an experience I can never compare to anything else in life. It’s not about photography here, but the life lessons I received just from observing him. To know such a humble gentleman from close quarters was a prized fortune, and I can afford to say that with pride. He is the most decorated politician India has ever seen, as his accolades are unparalleled” Photographer Varun Joshi was quoted as saying.

Being part of his entourage itself was a privilege which i reminisces fondly, “Capturing every important moment from his work was not an easy job, given the number of people surrounding him always.and i enjoyed every moment of it..

Ongoing projects : A book on Rashtrapati Bhavan

A book on the prime minister shri narendra modi ji

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The changing face of technology gives good opportunities to photographers and makes their job easy, i have always been in favour of technology and with the changing time technology has dramatically changed but from a photographers point of view there is a different world which a specialist sees when he looks through his view finder thereby creating magic, here i would like to mention that in contrast to the bygone era we have landed on a stage where young photographers are carrying digital cameras with loads of memory cards and filling it up in no time, but a good picture is created with super control of the surroundings and not by  simply clicking without even realising or conceptualising a frame.Here i would like to request the young enthusiastic photographers to capture a magical frame, see through the viewfinder, think and then click ….

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the changing face of technology gives good opportunities to photographers and makes their job easy.

Photography is not a profession for me but a hobby. It is something which is very close to my heart what motivates me is the feeling that the almighty has blessed me to paint a canvas with light which to me is photography. i feel motivated to be  in a position to click pictures and leave a legacy for the future generations to come, and when i m gone from this world i will continue to live in other peoples eyes and heart from the beautiful pictures that i will leave behind…..Born and brought up in a Hindu business family in delhi in the mid 80s, I had strong inclination towards arts at an early age, which i pursued by choosing Arts stream as the subject of my studies after 10th grade. After graduation, i ditched  my family business to take up an acting & direction course from Sri Ram Centre for Performing Arts. Those were the defining years of my career where i spent most of the time scratching the surface of all things arts.

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I delved deeper into the world where paint brushes presented a fantasy world, a certain alaap reverberated intensely across the streets, a few strings strummed to heighten the senses, a style of disciplined rhythmic moves represented a divine culture, a constellation of printed superlatives recited a charm extraordinaire, a group of actors under spell portrayed a magnum opus, and a few men with a strong sense of their surrounding, culture and heritage captured random moments to make them look ethereal. It was this environment of creativity and discipline that became the foundation of my forte. Pursuing a course on Photography under the tutelage of immensely talented OP Sharma ,Nitin Rai along with the blessings of the famed Raghu Rai, I carved a niche for myself in a short span of time.

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MY books encompass a wide spectrum of subjects, from the comprehensive project on stunning Jain temples across the length & breadth of India to the immaculately carved Dilwara temples that do not have any coffeetable book dedicated to them even though their architectural beauty is compared to Taj Mahal itself. I have given a whole new dimension to pushkar in my book where i have captured the town’s temples, ghats, annual fair, hotels, life and bazaar in a different light. Hyderabad is a project dear to me since i got to know the hidden gems apart from bringing to life the heritage of the city.

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Among the other projects are Brij where i have shot the beautiful temples of Vrindavan and the surrounding areas along with the legendary celebrations of Holi there. i have poured my heart & soul on the book on the Monuments of delhi, as i owe everything i knows about life to this megapolis. The city has had a strong influence on me that reflects in my shots, brimming with passion and acumen.The other important projects that i have done are coffee table books on  jainism svetambara , jainism digambara, coffee table book on brij the land of lord krishna, world culture festival by sri sri ravi shankar, lucknow  the legacy of the imperial splendor a heritage, Telangana the kohinoor of india, ujjain the town of mahakal, ranakpur temples, the poetry in symmetry, vintage car glory, golden temple etc….

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What is Most Unique to Birds………..FLIGHT . Yes the photos says so… By Sh Vinod Goel

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Who does not like to fly ? Whether as a child ,as a student , then in the profession and of course to see the world and no doubt in the dreams.
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From the childhood one has seen the birds in his own compound and crossing the wall in a flick of a second. They just hop to the near by trees and reach any destination as they like. But when a child or a human being tries to do it either gets himself hurt or dies without realizing that the birds have hollow bones to have a light skeleton and some more characterstics such as wings ,beak ,eggs etc
Man has always thought of flying like a bird. Lot of pioneers risked their lives over many decades to get humans off the ground by various means such as flapping artificial wings to gliding from the high cliffs and towers.
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The first flight began in the year 1783 through a hot air balloon. But the credit goes to Wright brothers from USA who invented the first successful airplane in 1903. They were in air for 12 seconds and covered 120 feet. Their achievement is called the first manned powered and controlled flight.
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Within a span of 100 years we have reached a stage where most of the research is possible through unmanned spaceships. Not only that they have become part and parcel of our daily life as drones are being used for covering marriages as well as delivery of important items at your door steps.
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A movie such as SPIDER MAN has broken all the records through out the world as he is able to perform the most difficult tasks. Even our film industry has not lag behind in showing the hero performing humanly impossible tasks in movies such as KRISH, A FLYING JET and so on……
I too believe in action. Although I can not fly(except By airplane or helicopter ) but like to shoot the birds in flight and peacock is one of them. Whether peafowl is going from one tree to another or going up or coming down or flying to save his life from predators or fighting with his rival for the territorial or mating right ,I have tried to capture those moments.
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Birds are thought to be symbol of freedom. May cultures believe that they are a symbol of eternal life and the link between the earth and the heaves as they can soar into the sky.
Enjoy the Peafowl in flight.
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About the Author

A retired civil servant by profession but a True wildlifer at Heart . Sh Vinod Goel started his journey from the tender age of 11 years, he left his home and parents for schooling in a hostel. Later on as a Civil Servant his job took him to various parts of the country of India. His very first visit to Kanha National Park in Central India in April 2004 ignited the passion for wildlife and has not digressed from that.

During the last 13 years he had been to more than 50 to 60 National parks and wildlife sanctuaries. Initially he visited the wildlife sanctuaries in the States of Chhattisgarh, Madhya Pradesh, and Uttarakhand. He had been to all the National Parks of Madhya Pradesh, Rajasthan, Maharashtra, Uttar Pradesh, Uttarakhand, Bihar and West Bengal. Out of 50 tiger reserves in the country he has been to more than 20 tiger reserves and photographed tigers in 12 of them. Apart from tigers he has captured unbelievable moments in the wild.

Sh Vinod Goel is widely known in the wildlife community   and his work has been acclaimed globally. In his free time he can be seen capturing the unusual moments of denizens of the wild in various parks and sanctuaries of India. His daughter Nitya Goel Aggarwal and son Bharat Goel are with him in his mission.

You can also visit his page on facebook

https://www.facebook.com/wildlifephotographyindia/

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Interview : Nilayjyoti Talukdar in the series of Meet the Real people from the world of Photography 

We are featuring people who are hobbyist or professionals photographers and we think they are worth sharing of Delhi Photography Club Fan page .

The selection is purely at the Discretion of Founders and owners of Delhi Photography Club.

Nilayjyoti Talukdar     | Co-founder and DPC Mentor   | Professional Food Photographer

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1. How you started your photography?

Well, at first I was not interested in photography. I was more interested in cinematography when I was in my school days, but I don’t know how I developed the interest.

Slowly I noticed that expression through a single image without no voice is much difficult then moving images. “As I like challenges”, I gave a try on still Images and started liking it. When I started photography it was not an easy process like today, I started with Film (darkroom) processes ” it was a real fun”.

After my graduation I shifted to Delhi to pursue photography and did my PG Diploma in photography.

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2. What is the role of new technology and medium in photography?

I am always in favour of new technology’s.

Technology is for to help in our day to day life, we should not be dependent to it.

In photography many people depend on technology instead  of learning it. Learning it much important then through technology one can take his/her photography into the next level.

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3. Anything specific that you want to share with people?

Photography is an serious medium and interesting as other profession. There is no short cut to it.

When you do photography do it with full dedication.

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4. What gives you motivation to go out and click despite having busy schedules

Through Photography I earn my bread and butter, either practising photography or  conducting workshops. So I have to be always self motivated.

Any form of Art is an self motivated profession. One has to take out time for photography. No one can impose or force any one to do photography, if one is really interested in it he/she will do it at any cost, no excuse works here. In other words excuses are not to fool any one rather fooling yourself.

Brief Intro about Nilayjyoti Talukdar

b.1983 grew up in Guwahati, India. During his high school he developed his love for photography and decided to pursue his career in photography. He started learning the darkroom technique alongside his graduation.

Nilay’s quest for photography forced him to shift to Delhi from Gauhati way back in year 2006 and did formal education in the field of photography from Sri Aurobindo Institute of Mass Communication. There he met and got inspired and learned the Art under the mentorship of Mr. Raghu Rai.

Learned photography under the Mentorship of Sh. Raghu Rai and  worked on various projects after that. He has been doing professional food, Travel, Interior photography from last 8 years and enjoys mostly doing  Street  and Food shoots , interacting with chefs and stylists .

Nilay also enjoys commercial photography projects. Previously he concluded various projects. His personal favorite project at  Majuli in Assam.

Nilay’s works are also exhibited at major art place and he has done personal exhibition at Alliance France, New Delhi, Lalit Kala Academy, Chennai and India  Habitat Centre New Delhi..

 

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Red Jungle Fowl—Primary Progenitor of Domestic Chicken by Sh Vinod Goel

Is there anybody who is not mesmerized by the colours of the Red Jungle Fowl. My friends who are lovers of different varieties of chicken on their dinner table whether in hotel or house , who enjoys the leg piece right or left should thank the progenitor namely the Red Jungle Fowl, which was domesticated about 5000 years back .

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During the breeding season the male announces its presence with his loud call ‘Cock a doodle ..doo” and the call cuts off abruptly at the end. The basic purpose of the call is to attract the potential mates as well as giving a warning to other males in the area to keep away or they have to fight a battle for the mating rights.

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I have been observing this specie right from when I got introduced to the wildlife right from the year 2004.I saw it closely in Kanha National Reserve in the same year. It is found in all the parks of North and Central India. In the Deccan India you will observe the Grey Jungle Fowl and not the Red Jungle fowl. After being in the wild for so many years I found Dudhwa National Park to be the best place to shoot them with your camera. Recently at Rajaji National Park I found two males in the river bed who were ready to fight for the mating rights but did not as they thought of fighting with each other at a later time ,being disturbed by the sound of our vehicle. I also lost a rare opportunity to record the fighting sequence. Better luck next time.

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Purebred Red Jungle Fowls are facing a serious threat of extinction on account of hybridisation at the edge of the forests where domesticated chickens are in plenty. Is there any solution ? Yes a good buffer zone between the reserve forest and the human habitation zone.

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Enjoy the unbelievable colours of this specie.

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About the Author

A retired civil servant by profession but a True wildlifer at Heart . Sh Vinod Goel started his journey from the tender age of 11 years, he left his home and parents for schooling in a hostel. Later on as a Civil Servant his job took him to various parts of the country of India. His very first visit to Kanha National Park in Central India in April 2004 ignited the passion for wildlife and has not digressed from that.

During the last 13 years he had been to more than 50 to 60 National parks and wildlife sanctuaries. Initially he visited the wildlife sanctuaries in the States of Chhattisgarh, Madhya Pradesh, and Uttarakhand. He had been to all the National Parks of Madhya Pradesh, Rajasthan, Maharashtra, Uttar Pradesh, Uttarakhand, Bihar and West Bengal. Out of 50 tiger reserves in the country he has been to more than 20 tiger reserves and photographed tigers in 12 of them. Apart from tigers he has captured unbelievable moments in the wild.

Sh Vinod Goel is widely known in the wildlife community   and his work has been acclaimed globally. In his free time he can be seen capturing the unusual moments of denizens of the wild in various parks and sanctuaries of India. His daughter Nitya Goel Aggarwal and son Bharat Goel are with him in his mission.

You can also visit his page on facebook

https://www.facebook.com/wildlifephotographyindia/

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Meet the real people from world of Photography Interview VV SSS Sarma | DPC Member + Photography Enthusiast +Traveller | American Express – Service Delivery Leader Technology

Meet the Real people from the world of Photography

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We are featuring people who are hobbyist or professionals photographers and we think they are worth sharing of Delhi Photography Club Fan page .

The selection is purely at the Discretion of Founders and owners of Delhi Photography Club.

VV SSS Sarma     | DPC Member + Photography Enthusiast +Traveller  |  American Express – Service Delivery Leader Technology

How you started your photography

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In my younger days i developed an interest in photography seeing my mother taking our pictures and covering family events, but did not get chance to click pictures. During college days learned dark room techniques reading books and attending distance learning courses etc. but count not invest much in equipment’s etc.

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In 1995 after coming to Delhi for job, starting exploring Delhi / neighbouring places and thus the need / interest in photography was rekindled. In 1997 purchased a Canon Power Shot camera and after using the same for some time felt a need to buy a SLR. After reviewing many magazines online sites etc purchased a Vivitar V3000S Manual SLR and started photography more seriously.

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With the advent of Digital Photography i also felt the need to explore the same and hence purchased a Sony W80 Camera in 2007 and later in 2009 purchased a Nikon D60 camera but photography was only happening when i visited a tourist places or taking photographs of kids / family members. So started to lookout for clubs and groups to explore more photographing opportunities. Got in touch with Delhi Photography Club in 2010 and then started going out for taking photographs on regular basis.

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What is the role of new technology and medium in photography.

With the advancements in Imaging technologies taking photographs has become very easy and affordable to common people.

Social networking has also enabed common people sharing their photos easily

Anything specific that you want to share with people.

Creativity / composition are still the basic for any good photograph, technology can only help in capturing the same.

What gives you motivation to go out and click despite having busy schedule and on going conditions .

Photography gives an opportunity to unwind after a very busy work schedule and also meet friends with similar interest in-person which is becoming rare now a days :-)

Small write up about myself

I was born in Hyderabad, did my schooling in Sunabeda, Odisha and Bangalore. After completing Diploma in Computer Science and Engineering started working in Bangalore. Move to Delhi in 1995 for better opportunities. Currently working in American Express as a Service Delivery Leader in technologies. My hobbies are travelling, photography, cooking.

I did almost all kinds of photography but my interest lies in Landscapes and Architecture photography.

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How to Become Travel Photographer and get paid for travel

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DPC announces next Travel Photography Course

Travel Photography Course

 If you love to travel, if you love to photograph while travelling, if you are bored of your routine job, if you dream of leaving the boring lethal routine, and work for your passion of travel and photography, then Delhi Photography Club organizes travel photography club, meant specially for you.

At Delhi Photography Club, we ensure that you won’t need to do your routine job after this workshop. You can take up travel photography on your own.

The unique content offered in the workshop is the compilation of the long discussions and brain storming sessions and keeping in the mind the needs of the photography enthusiast at different levels. Remain assured that we will be serving you the best of the quality content carefully tailor-made to suite your requirement s. And it is in synchronization with the experience of our subject matter experts and faculty members.

Workshop Outline

  • From early origins to today’s innovations and opportunities
  • Learning the Equipment
  • Aperture, shutter, exposure, focus
  • Composition, lighting, color, filters
  • Types of travel photography
  • Editing: Post processing and image enhancing software
  • How to plan and prepare for a photography assignment
  • Building and keeping an audience online by mastering social media
  • How to capitalize on new media
  • SEO, and adsense to monetize your blog and pay for your travels
  • Living the dream

Also, wanted to tell you

Workshops are conducted in small batches in order to give individual attention.

Workshops conducted on Friday evening and Saturday Mornings

Experienced faculty to help you learn the basics

Workshops can be adjusted with other batches in case you miss the session with the existing batch Requirements: Any digital camera

Batch size: Max 5

Venue: Building No 5 D, Second Floor, ShahpurJat Village, New Delhi, India

Fee: 45000 rupees (inclusive of all taxes) and loads of enthusiasm!

You can pay by visiting register option on DPC website

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Exploring Nagzira Wildlife Sanctuary, Maharashtra by Vinod Goel

Exploring Nagzira Wildlife Sanctuary, Maharashtra by Vinod Goel

During my posting as Commissioner of Central Excise & Customs at Raipur , capital of State of Chhatisgarh , in the initial years (from 2002 to 2008) ,there was no train on Sunday from Delhi which could take you to Raipur in the morning of Monday and you could attend office. The train was up to Nagpur and one had to travel by road to reach Raipur. During one such journey while I was crossing Sakoli ,a small town in the midway ,I observed a sign board giving information of the wildlife sanctuary at Nagzira. My driver had no knowledge about it. Even at Raipur no forester could any clue about Nagzira Wildlife destination. Then from an article in a wildlife magazine got some information about a tigress having cubs. My desire to see the sanctuary arose.

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That was the reason for my first visit in May 2005 even after knowing about the inhospitable living conditions in the park. But in reality what I observed during those 4 safaris I have never seen till date.

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I was a regular visitor to Nagzira from the 2005 to March 2010. In the first week of March 2010 we were fortunate to observe a sloth bear climbing a tree for getting his sweet diet of honey comb. On the very same day we also observed a tigress with a cub very near to the prime Forest Guest House Nilay (on the banks of the lake) . This was my first sighting of a cub of 4 to 5 months with the tigress. How can I forget the biggest tiger of my life who was

JAY’s father I observed in my first visit to this sanctuary in May 2005.

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In one of the earlier visits we were fortunate to observe a Changeable Hawk Eagle cooling off in a water hole during a hot day during summer. This shot is on the walls of the WWF India Head Quarters at Lodhi Road ,New Delhi.

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Many nature lovers may not be aware of the fact that there are only two tiger reserves in the country where Forest rest house are located in the core area and tourist can avail of the facility. Many hard core nature lovers know about Dhikala in Corbett National Park. But what about Nagzira. This is the second. It is the forest of my dreams. It has delivered many many first to me .

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The Sanctuary Asia came out with a book namely “The Tadoba Inheritance “in the year 2015. One of my image from Nagzira Wildlife Sanctuary adorns the very first page of the Chapter 1 of the book. The langur monkey as sitting like a king on the anthill.

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Please enjoy the wild experience through unique images taken over a period of almost initial 6 years into wildlife .

About the Author

A retired civil servant by profession but a True wildlifer at Heart . Sh Vinod Goel started his journey from the tender age of 11 years, he left his home and parents for schooling in a hostel. Later on as a Civil Servant his job took him to various parts of the country of India. His very first visit to Kanha National Park in Central India in April 2004 ignited the passion for wildlife and has not digressed from that.

During the last 13 years he had been to more than 50 to 60 National parks and wildlife sanctuaries. Initially he visited the wildlife sanctuaries in the States of Chhattisgarh, Madhya Pradesh, and Uttarakhand. He had been to all the National Parks of Madhya Pradesh, Rajasthan, Maharashtra, Uttar Pradesh, Uttarakhand, Bihar and West Bengal. Out of 50 tiger reserves in the country he has been to more than 20 tiger reserves and photographed tigers in 12 of them. Apart from tigers he has captured unbelievable moments in the wild.

Sh Vinod Goel is widely known in the wildlife community   and his work has been acclaimed globally. In his free time he can be seen capturing the unusual moments of denizens of the wild in various parks and sanctuaries of India. His daughter Nitya Goel Aggarwal and son Bharat Goel are with him in his mission.

You can also visit his page on facebook

https://www.facebook.com/wildlifephotographyindia/

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“Spectacled Cobra in Delhi—-Live or Dead by Vinod Goel

“Spectacled Cobra in Delhi—-Live or Dead

I happen to observe and shoot Spectacled Cobra snake in the heart of Delhi for the first time on 25th June 2013. Many people did not believe me but on seeing the image they agreed.

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Once again on the Shivratri day on 25th July 2014 ,I again had darshan of the same in the early morning.

Last week I was in Rajaji National Park at Haridwar and many tourists except me observed a King Cobra feeding on a monitor lizard in the early morning of 8th June 2017. It was one of the rarest moment of natural history as King Cobra feeds mainly on snakes including cobra. That is why it is called King Cobra.

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In the morning of 10th June 2017 at Delhi , on observing the movement of connon mynas hovering around a patch of grass , I could visualise the movement of some reptile in the undergrowth. After waiting for some time I was rewarded for my patience. I observed a Spectacled Cobra in Delhi and I could some pictures.

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However exactly a week later on 17th June I initially observed a certain patch devoid of grass as the same was removed by workers . But later on, i was shocked to see a dead Spectacled Cobra on the road. Its condition revealed that it was cut into two pieces by a cutter. Inquiry from the daily wagers after about half an hour on their arrival on duty for the day revealed that the incidence took place at about 1500 hrs of the previous day as the snake was killed by the workers involved in cleaning the undergrowth from the ground .

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I took some shots of the dead snake. I found innocence in his eyes .
To me it appeared as if asking — Can someone tell my fault ?

Did I harm any body ?

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I was in my natural habitat and my home.

We are important in the food chain and should not be killed simply because people fear thinking all the snakes to be poisonous.
Please spare my community for God’s sake. We are your benefactors and not your enemies as we feed on other snakes , birds ,bird eggs ,frogs and mammals.”

About the Author

A retired civil servant by profession but a True wildlifer at Heart . Sh Vinod Goel started his journey from the tender age of 11 years, he left his home and parents for schooling in a hostel. Later on as a Civil Servant his job took him to various parts of the country of India. His very first visit to Kanha National Park in Central India in April 2004 ignited the passion for wildlife and has not digressed from that.

During the last 13 years he had been to more than 50 to 60 National parks and wildlife sanctuaries. Initially he visited the wildlife sanctuaries in the States of Chhattisgarh, Madhya Pradesh, and Uttarakhand. He had been to all the National Parks of Madhya Pradesh, Rajasthan, Maharashtra, Uttar Pradesh, Uttarakhand, Bihar and West Bengal. Out of 50 tiger reserves in the country he has been to more than 20 tiger reserves and photographed tigers in 12 of them. Apart from tigers he has captured unbelievable moments in the wild.

Sh Vinod Goel is widely known in the wildlife community and his work has been acclaimed globally. In his free time he can be seen capturing the unusual moments of denizens of the wild in various parks and sanctuaries of India. His daughter Nitya Goel Aggarwal and son Bharat Goel are with him in his mission.

You can also visit his page on facebook
https://www.facebook.com/wildlifephotographyindia/

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Interview : Jineesh Mallishery. Meet the Real people from the world of Photography

Meet the Real people from the world of Photography

We are featuring people who are hobbyist or professionals photographers and we think they are worth sharing of Delhi Photography Club Fan page .

The selection is purely at the Discretion of Founders and owners of Delhi Photography Club.

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JINEESH MALLISHERY     | WILDLIFE Photographer  |  Founder Wildlife Action Photography

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How you started your photography ?

When I was 15 yrs old I got my first Canon Point & Shoot camera, which got me involved in photography, I just loved Camera which always fascinated me, Where ever I go I take my camera along .  I love everything about Nature, landscape, animals, everything wild, thats how I love to capture anything in wild.

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What is the role of new technology and medium in photography?

New Technology has changed the way we photograph, Photography technology has changed so radically that we need to talk about it differently, think of it differently and use it differently.

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Anything specific that you want to share with people?

My advice would be to identify your style of photography and shoot to perfect. Be passionate, patience and be in love with the Mother Nature.

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What gives you motivation to go out and click despite having busy schedules?

Nature itself is a motivation, spending time with camera viewfinder and being in Wild Motivates me

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About JINEESH MALSHERY  : I was born and brought up in Bangalore. I studied at Bangalore Military School and from day One of my school education I was taught survival instincts . This led me to develop this as  hobby and soon the hobby changed into passion. As a Wildlife Photographer I don’t really have one specific photographic style as I continuously experiment with different styles in various scenarios but my favourite is wildlife in Action. I love to capture those beautiful actions in wild as a wildlife photographer. My aim is to capture unique, powerful and striking images

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