Finding Life Through the Viewfinder
It was in 1639, Shahjahanabad now known as Old Delhi was founded as a walled city. In this Photowalk, we are going to explore different shades of lives in this walled city. You are going to find almost a million subjects to photograph in this short Delhi photo walk!
For many first time visitors, there is only one word that comes to their mind when thinking about India and that word is “Intense”. We are going to say this walk is no different. But this is the kind of ‘intense walk’ that will make the heart of any photography enthusiast beat faster with excitement. You will find more life per square meter than anywhere else in the world. In each and every step you will find something interesting to capture.
You don’t have to be a professional photographer to come on this walk. If you have a basic camera or even a good quality mobile phone camera, you are more than welcome to join this walk. The only couple of mandatory pre-requisites we are asking are to have a keen eye for details and an open mind to accept things as it is. But we suggest you carry a Wide-angle lens to get most out from this photo walk and to capture life in a better way on this Delhi photo walk.
|MEETING LOCATION||Delhi Gate Metro, Gate No. 3
Next to goStops Hostel
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The Tour ends near Jama Masjid!
|DEPARTURE TIME||05.00 pm|