Professional photographer Ashok Sinha will share behind the scenes information on photographs that successfully capture his passion for travel and diverse cu…
I love to travel and I can’t get enough tips for travel photography. Thanks
for this Ashok
Good presentation but not so exciting images. I cant rate a single image
which was outstanding To be a successful photographer you have to be a good
presenter I know many excellent photographers who click amazing images but
they dont have the ability to market their stuff coz of poor communication.
Most top photographers are either good communicators or good bloggers..If i
had to hire a good photographer I would simply go on and hire kids who
shoot with iphone and still get great images.
Great talk. Thank you very much for this one.
Great presentation and info.
Great video. B&H You always pick the right and best person for your videos.
Thank you for sharing it. Great guy Ashok Sinha and great images too.
Specially the ones taken in Ecuador.
photographer and soccer fan – Yes ! – very nice video – and an instructor
that has many good tips along with showing his work – thanks well done and
thanks B&H for presenting him – He should be invited again for other
classes – very helpful – so enjoyable presentation but also very practical
@Lepewhi I had bought a Canon G11 but ended up selling it. Now I’m testing
the new Sony RX-100 and like what I see so far, but the jury is still out.
Hope this is helpful – Ashok Sinha”
i dig this guy! i was really inspired, i had opportunities to travel and at
the same time loved photography and now i think i’ve picked up a lot of
info on travel photography…make it you own 🙂 thank you for this video.
Thanks for great ideas and a great presentation. As for the comment below:
when people can consistently get shots like yours, then they can yawn. Not
before. That’s the way I see it.
I really enjoyed this presentation. I travel mostly around Europe, but this
gave me good tips on photographing people. I am interested to know what
small camera you bought in the end.
Hi, what camera and primary lens were used in your photos? Great vid, thanks
yawn.. not impressed
this is one of the better videos on B&H .. I look for theory first…and
then commenting on photos and why they are pleasing.
i’m joining in the class tomorrow!
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