If you are a keen photographer with an eye for a great photo then don’t miss out on the opportunity to win a three week photographic commission tour around India with our travel photography contest on Facebook.
Perhaps no other country is as photogenic, as multidimensional India. From ornate temples to crumbling fortresses, bustling spice markets to tranquil yoga retreats and population packed metropolises to quiet hill stations; India is a country of contrasts. Packed with colour and inquisitive people, India is a travel photographer’s dream destination.
If you are the lucky winner, we will fly you and your guest to Delhi to start your trip, which will take you to some of the most diverse sights of India. Please click here to see a route map of the journey you will take, which includes:
- The Tibetan settlements of Dharamshala in North India
- A houseboat experience in Jammu and Kashmir
- India’s most iconic building, the Taj Mahal in Agra
- The pink city of Jaipur, springing from the desert in royal Rajasthan
- A night time safari in the wildlife, and big cat haven of Pali.
We are looking for a talented photographer capable of capturing the essence of India. In order to enter you will need to submit three of your best travel images (which can be taken anywhere in the world). You will need to supply photos taken in each of the following categories:
1. Travel Icons
Photos from this category should be taken outside and can include portrait shots of people that represent local culture or iconic / typical buildings that represent a destination.
Photos in this category should show how you manage with difficult lighting situations. Shots could include the interior of temples, interesting shops or restaurants or people in their home.
Photos in this category should capture the visual glory of the destination; from brightly lit cityscapes to breathtaking valley views.
To find out more details or to submit your entry please visit our Facebook page. Entries can only be accepted via our official entry form.
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