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Wedding Photography In Udaipur Wedding Cinema Amazing Photographer

Posted by vinod Balchandani on November 01, 2019

 
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Wedding is the most important day of anyone’s life. But weddings nowadays are not as simple as they sound. People spend huge amounts of money to make this day special and memorable. With growing time people are also changing and there is always a different demand for making the wedding day special. After food and decorations, Wedding photography in Udaipur is the most important thing in marriages nowadays. We become a part of your big, exciting journey, from the engagement and invitation videos to your big day videos and photos. Our wedding photographers understand the need to make everything the best and therefore, with a skilled team of wedding photographer in Udaipur, we are experts in providing an apt final Wedding Video. http://www.weddingcinema.co.in/

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Please give me some ideas

Posted by Jenish on May 29, 2019

 
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Please give me some latest trendy ideas for my wedding photographers in Pondicherry

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Calendar 2019

Posted by Susan Sharma on November 02, 2018

 
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Hi friends,

We have been using digital calendars for long, but don't you miss the look and feel of a printed calendar hanging above your desktop?

 

For those who do,  IndianWildlifeClub is offering a wall calendar with twelve high resolution photographs selected from Garhwal Himalayas, Kashmir Himalayas and the Alps region of Switzerland.

 

The photographs are printed on high quality glossy paper 13"x 10"with a calendar to match each picture.   You can buy a calendar for Rs 475/- only (including postage anywhere in India)

 

Buy this calendar online at wildscapes.net

Order 1 calendar here

 

Order 2 calendars here

 

Order 5 calendars here

 

Order 10 calendars here

 

 

We can customize the calendars for your organization if you place an order for 50 or more calendars.  You may contact susan_sharma@hotmail.com for more details

 

Place your order NOW!   Your order will help us to continue working for the cause of nature and wildlife conservation.  

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Get best Photography services in Amritsar

Posted by Deep Dhiman on August 21, 2018

 
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Get best Photography services in Amritsar and also make your special day memorable with photos and videos. Deep Dhiman Photography provides Portrait Photography, Wedding Photography, Pre-Wedding Photography, Fashion Photography, and newborn baby photoshoot. For booking call us: 9888737264 or visit: http://www.deepdhimanphotography.com/wedding-photographer-chandigarh-jalandhar-amritsar/

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3 stunning nature wonders in New Delhi

Posted by Prakash on August 10, 2017

 
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Now we all have heard the news that New Delhi is one of the most populated cities in the world and sadly it's true. Though more than 22.5 million live in this city and many of them are nature lovers with cameras. So in my first post on Indian Wildlife Club, I want to share a post on three stunning natural wonders which are visible in New Delhi.

Okhla Bird Sanctuary
Yes, in New Delhi, there is a Bird Sanctuary which is also a popular tourist destination for many travelers who plan a sightseeing tour of New Delhi. The location of this Bird Sanctuary is on the south east side of Delhi, and it's open all year around. The best time to visit Okhla Bird Sanctuary is from November to March, as in these months there are some migratory birds visible in the park. From here, these birds fly for Bharatpur, which also has a bird sanctuary by the name of Keoladeo National Park.

Lodhi Garden
New Delhi has many parks like Rajghat, near Rashtrapati Bhawan but a park where you can get lost because of size and greenery is Lodhi Garden. Lodhi Garden is named after the Lodhi dynasty which ruled New Delhi till the early 16th century. Later this park came under the British, who developed this land as a beautiful park and today, Lodhi Garden is one of the best tourist gardens in Delhi and worth a visit.

Mughal Gardens
Open for the regular public for two months, Mughal Garden is near Rashtrapati Bhawan and is also called as the garden of the Indian President, as he is allowed to visit this site anytime. Mughal Garden is not just in Delhi, but also in Jammu Kashmir but the one in Delhi offers a huge range of flowers, well cut plants & trees for which people stay in lines for hours, just to enter. No doubt that any list of beautiful tourist sites in New Delhi would be incomplete without the introduction of Mughal Gardens.

For more details on tourist sites of New Delhi, check Santram Holiday Delhi tours and if you are planning to visit these three beautiful gardens in Delhi and want to hire a tempo traveller, then check out Santram Holidays tempo traveller service.

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Time clicks

Posted by satheesh on November 17, 2015

 
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I have visited many wildlife sanctuaries accord south india .And iam deeply interested in wildlife photography which always emphasizes me with much eager and makes me learn in each and every picture.Since it is my first blog , i continue further in my coming blogs .  

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indian birds crane

Posted by mohit kumar regar on September 26, 2015

 
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 some migratory birds come at pond named KAMAL wala talab ,
i think that is indian crane i click phoytos of them and i participate in wild life photography i place 3rd rank .

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2015 | 04Apr15 | Jayamangali Blackbuck Reserve

Posted by Arun Kumar Mathivaanan on April 21, 2015

 
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Landscape - Unique forest made of wide open grassland :: Mammals ::
Hero of Jayamangali Blackbuck Reserve
Blackbuck - Male
Blackbuck - Male
Blackbuck - Female
Blackbuck - Female with calf
Hare| Indian
:: Birds ::
Sandgrouse | Chestnut-bellied
Barbet | Commersmith
Shrike | Bay-backed
Shrike | Long-tailed
Shrike | Long-tailed
Hoopoe | Common
Hoopoe | Common
Silverbill
Francolin | Grey
Warbler | Blyth's Reed
Sunbird| Purple
Minivet| Small - Female
Minivet| Small - Male
Minivet| Small - Male
Bushchat | Pied - Female
Bushlark Indian
Pipit | Richard's
Bee-eater| Green
Iora| Common
Iora| Common
Dove | Eurasian Collared
Dove | Eurasian Collared
Babbler |Large Grey
Buzzard | White-eyed
Starling | Brahminy:: Insects ::
Roberfly

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Portrait of National Bird

Posted by Akbar Mohammed on June 11, 2014

 
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I have taken this photo in surrounding of Krishna river in Srisailam Nallamala forest.

https://www.flickr.com/photos/akbarphotography/14166072948/

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Giving back through photography

Posted by Susan Sharma on February 03, 2013

 
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"While pictures of nature and wildlife are valuable when contributed to conservation causes, images that depict the destruction of nature are vital for creating change. Unfortunately, most nature photographers in India do not even consider taking “conservation photographs” such as road kills, mined slopes, deforested hillsides, ugly constructions within forests, or other manmade disasters inflicted on nature. Yet, pictures like these, with a record of the location, date and time, can help conservation immensely.

If you’ve only been photographing nature so far, taking “conservation pictures” will definitely require venturing outside your comfort zone. However, in the interests of India’s wildlife, it’s time for all nature photographers to add this genre of photography to their repertoire. The good news is, nature and conservation photography are not mutually exclusive and can be practiced side-by-side.

The advantage with conservation photography is that, unlike nature photography, it is not dependent on sophisticated and expensive equipment, or great technical skill......."

Read More at
http://www.conservationindia.org/resources/beyond-the-pretty-picture

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