For the Love of Nature!

 
Photograph/Supriya Joshi

Photograph/Supriya Joshi

Happy World Environment Day!

Today, let’s take a pledge to be more mindful about our nature and surroundings. As photographers, nature is the largest and most flourishing subject to photograph. Whether its the flora and fauna or the changing seasons, the subject of nature is a delight. Let’s take a look at some ways in which we can photograph nature better:

1. A Macro Wonderland
Photographer Teresa Franco shares her tips on how to make compelling macro images using a cellphone!

2. While on a Trek
Simple tips on how to make great pictures when you’re on a trek.

3. On Nature’s Trail
Make great pictures in your friendly, neighbourhood nature park and even in a forest.

4. It’s a Small World After All
Simple ways you can photograph closeups of insects.

5. Birds Outside Your Window
You don’t have to venture too far away from home to photograph birds! Here’s how.

6. Great Masters: Madhaviah Krishnan
We introduce you to the life and works of photographer and naturalist, Madhaviah Krishnan

We hope these posts have inspired you to make pictures! And here’s the perfect place to showcase them: For the Love of Nature photo contest!

There are several exciting prizes to be won! The honorable mentions will have their photographs showcased our website. The best images from the contest will make their way inside the magazine. Two runners-up will have the opportunity to attend out Secrets of Photography workshop, for free! And lastly, the grand prize winner will not only get to attend the Secrets of Photography workshop, but will also receive Rs. 5000 in gift vouchers.

The contest end on 5 July. Good luck!

Tags: forest, Macro, Nature, Nature Photography, trek, world environment day