A Special Opportunity In December: Come Shoot With Us In Assam and Nagaland – The Festivals, Hill Tribes and Tea Gardens Of Northeast India

by George on August 21, 2014

Majuli River

Photograph © Martin Sammtleben

This last June I taught my first workshop in Iceland with Geraldine and Martin from Wild Photography Holidays. (You can see a small gallery of my photos from that workshop, here.) That workshop was great fun and a huge success so we’re doing it again, starting with Assam and the tribal villages of Nagaland.

This beautiful and remote region stretches from Bhutan to northern Myanmar (also called Burma) across northeast India. Our adventures will take us to Kaziranga National Park, to exotic tea-growing regions in Assam, and into areas with numerous ethnically-unique hill tribes. You’ll have plenty of one-on-one time with the instructors, making this is your time to hone skills and expand your photographic vision, shooting in some of India’s most colorful and remote areas.

If you’re ready to take your photography to the next level, this extended 14-day workshop is just the thing you’ve been looking for. Martin and Geraldine run the best-organized, and most hassle-free workshops I’ve ever been lucky enough to attend. I’ll be guest instructor for digital and everything Lightroom (but of course, you’re welcome to use any software you like!), while Martin and Geraldine will be your expert guides and photographic instructors.

Click here for more info on this exotic workshop to Assam and Nagaland.

Click here to check out the long list of fantastic workshops offered by Wild Photography Holidays.

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