Fujifilm 2014 Rajasthan Photo Trek

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It is always difficult to find even a few moments to post photos and updates when leading a workshop. But we have made it to Pushkar and that means for the participants of the Fujifilm Rajasthan Photo Trek a day of rest.

We had two quick days in Delhi exploring my favorite haunts, Nizamuddin and Chandni Chowk in Old Delhi. After that a overnight train trip to Jodhpur, the Blue City of Rajasthan. Our group is diverse in make up – some folks have hardly picked up a camera and others are seasoned photographers. But everyone seems to be hitting it off and finding their groove. I hope by tomorrow or the next day I will be able to post of our participants work, it is quite impressive.

The image below shows Piet Van den Eynde leading the group in an impromptu lesson on off-camera lighting. The next image shows the result.

 

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4 thoughts on “Fujifilm 2014 Rajasthan Photo Trek

  1. These bring back a lot of great memories. I wish I was back there too. September can’t come soon enough!

  2. Really nice Matt,

    I especially like the ‘mimic’ expressions of the gentleman and the monkey – definitely a ‘decisive moment’.

    Andy

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