There is not one, but many reason why Bandhavgarh National Park is a unique territory for the tiger. My story and experience of Bandhavgarh National Park.
I am very much a fan of less is more for editing. I try to get the images as close to perfect IN in camera. This speeds up processing, giving me more tine behind camera and less behind a computer!
We have the pictures, now we need to import them onto a computer, make sure they are safeguarded by backing them up and pick which ones we will edit!
You know where you are going and what you want to shoot, you’ve got all your gear ready and packed; now you have to actually get the shots! Here is a video of the shoot, and under that some tips for you to keep at hand to make sure you get as much as you can from a shoot!
Part 2 of my "from start to finish" series, taking you through the planning, execution and processing of one of my shoots!
So, you know where you are going, and what you want to shoot (see #1 A shot list & location), you now need to pack and prepare accordingly!
I get asked how I do pretty much everything, so I have decided to share my process, from start to finish, of a shoot. In this example, it is a shoot I am doing at Bandhavgarh National Park in Madhya Pradesh, India.
The first step is to make a shot list and get your location sorted!