Photography

Capture the Wild

Explore your wild side with the upcoming wildlife photography camp.


Bangaloreans who are fascinated about Wildlife Photography need to mark the 24th of January as an important day in the calendar. iReboot has organised a 3 day photography boot camp at Bannerghatta National Park which will help you discover your hidden talents. The event promises to be exciting and a definite change from the ordinary. “There’s such a mad rush everywhere these days. People just wish they could unwind and what better way than doing so in the wild”, says Mukta of iReboot.

The boot camp will have eminent photographer Kalyan Verma’s sharing his notes on the basics of photography. All participants could expect to get brilliant photography cues from the man who has done documentaries and trained through workshops. Verma’s work has featured regularly in the final rounds of 'BBC’s Wildlife photographer of the year' awards and he will mentor the participants over 3 days. Wildlife Photography is a passion for Verma who loved the ‘Jungle Book’ all his life and wanted to be amidst wildlife ever since he was a child. 

The other highlight of the event is of course the invigorating schedule that participants have to go through. The plan of action would include tutorials on photography basics like aperture and depth of focus. Besides that, participants would also get a chance to learn more about photography with exposure, finer points about digital porential and all about lens and equipment. 

Apart from learning the art of photography, you could also enjoy walks and even go on an evening safari! Each day would see a session where participants get their photographs reviewed by the mentor. During the photography camp, participants will put up at the Jungle Lodges Resort. The total cost of the workshop including food and stay of the participants is Rs. 8000 rupees per person. 

For registration log on to:
http://www.ireboot.in/photography 

Or contact:

Mukta at 91 80 9886295353
mukta.darera@ireboot.in

Tags: iReboot, wildlife photography camp, Bannerghatta National Park, Kalyan Verma

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