Learn Wildlife Photography


Your classroom – Spectacular natural landscape with abundance of wildlife
Our studio is our very own Corbett National Park, with its varied and striking landscapes and the high density of wildlife offers some of the best photographic opportunities in India.  It is one of the few remaining parks in India where you can photograph animals behaving in their natural manner. With the highest Tiger density in the world and some of the largest Asiatic Elephant herds roaming the grasslands this is a place a photographer should not miss. All our safaris into the park will be done with local gypsy’s (durable 4x4 Jeeps) Which means that you will be taking wildlife pictures from a much lower angle and the end results are eye level photos, these are consequently much more impressive.  The best tiger pictures are those shot at the tiger’s eye level. Besides Tigers, Corbett NP offers one of the best places in the Sub-continent to shoot Asiatic Elephants in large herds, as well as boasting over 50 of the Sub-continents raptors and 20 different species of Owls.  Stepping away from the wildlife, Corbett NP offers some of the best landscape shots and its seasonal colour changes, with its brown and gold in the dry winter months to luscious green in the summer months, it really does has everything a good nature photographer is looking for. Further south and adjoining the Terai Arc lies Dudhwa one of the finest parks in India and home to some of the most endangered wildlife in Asia, The Swamp Deer, The Ganges Dolphin, Gharial, Great Horned India Rhino, Asiatic Elephant, Hispid Hare, Pygmy Hog and of course the Royal Bengal Tiger.  Apart from the mammals in this park a wildlife photographer may also capture some stunning shots of globally threatened birds Such as the Bengal Florican, Lesser Adjutant and the Swamp Francolin. Naturally there are also some obstacles which need to be navigated. 


Photography for a meaningful existence

If you love observing and photographing wildlife in their natural habitat and you get a rush every time you are able to share a few special moments with your subject, then you have something no one can ever take away from you. Passion! Hold on to it as few people are lucky enough to experience it in life or in their photography.


Photography helps conservation

Seeing is believing and once we believe we may decide to save. Images over time can help to show patterns and behaviours that may aid and guide researchers to save endangered wildlife.


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What You'll Do
Nothing great ever happened overnight. As with any art or skill, the more you practice, the better you become. Our photography gurus regularly conduct fixed departure based photography workshops in many of India’s protected areas. We’ll be most happy to customise one for you if you wish.
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Please write to us and we’ll send our fixed departure dates & would love to tailor-make a photography workshop for you as per your needs.

Best Time To Come

Landscape – August to February

Birds – November to March

Mammals – February to June Mid