Are You Looking for Wildlife Filming Line Production in India?

by Nature Wanderers Nature Wanderers
One of the most beautiful yet distant things in life are the ones that are inaccessible on a daily basis; one such thing is the wildlife. The most alluring, mesmerising and intimidating creatures, sceneries and backdrops along with the rocky terrains, vast landscapes and thick forests, the Indian wildlife is incredible like the country! The lack of access, be it the region or the journey to the destination, makes the wildlife intriguing and attractive, so much so that there are many wildlife safaris and tours that have been especially curated for people who want to experience it. 

Wildlife Filming Line Production! 
Many wildlife photography companies have cropped up in the past decades that specialise in wildlife tours for the purpose of photography to either learn the skills, build your portfolio, polish your techniques or simply as a hobby. Now, you cannot just get up, go to a wildlife area and start clicking pictures of wild animals that too up close and personal; there is a process which requires a lot of boxes to be checked. 

To make it a smooth experience, you can opt for companies that offer wildlife filming line production in India; it is an area with industry experts and professionals that have in-depth knowledge of ‘how to’ and have access to areas with safety measures in place. Nature Wanderers is one such filming line production company that offer photography safaris, photo expeditions and photo tours across India and many other countries in the continents of Asia, Africa as well as Latin America. 

When you spot the national animal of India, the tiger, on a wildlife safari or lay your eyes on the majestic lion who is roaring in all its glory, before you get to click it with your camera, it has already been clicked into your brain and is imprinted on your mind forever. Choosing Nature Wanderers as the wildlife filming line production in India for photo tours will give you the following:

Industry experts and professionals who work with a company that was established in 2007 and has been executing many photography safaris since.
Customised wildlife tours and private guided tours for a personalised experience.
DSLR Camera Trapping technique that will help you learn the how to fix your camera so that it can click from different perspective and angles and also capture rare nocturnal species in their natural habitat. 
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Safari guides who will guide you through the safari tour with the set protocols for your and the animal’s safety.

Get Your Hands on Wildlife Books (India)

Nature Wanderers offers books written by Shivang Mehta who is one of the 2 people who started the photo touring company in 2007, the other being Kahini Gosh Mehta! 

His book, Leopards and Shepherds of Jawai which is co-authored by Shatrunjay Pratap Singh and written by Shatabdi Chakrabarti is an insight into the co-existence between the shepherds and leopards in the remote areas of Rajasthan which was captured through DSLR camera trapping techniques. Such wildlife books-India will not only provide you with wildlife photography techniques but also the culture of the wildlife destination and interesting & intriguing secrets of the region!

The book titled ‘A Decade with Tigers’ shows Shivang Mehta’s take on the rise in popularity of Tigers in the past decade and documents their various behaviours as well as moods. Apart from the Indian wildlife books, he has also written a book on his experience in the African wilderness called Chasing Horizons where he describes his photographic learnings and his understanding of the wildlife landscape. 

Get you hands on these books to gain in-depth knowledge about the wildlife before stepping into the wilderness!

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