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Wildlife Photography Tours


Nowadays, the craze for Wildlife photography among youngsters can be seen very well. People are keen to visit different locations and capture wildlife. They invest their time and money for the same. Firstly, let us know what is wildlife photography and its importance.

What is wildlife photography?

Wildlife photography is a genre of photography concerned with capturing, documenting various animals, birds, insects with or without backbone living in their natural habitat.

All the passionate wildlife photographers, wish to get the perfect shots of wildlife. Forests and sanctuaries are then the choices to get those wildlife birds and animals captured in one’s camera. The next search is for the best wildlife photography tours.

We divide the Wildlife Photography into four
• Animal Photography
• Birds Photography
• Insects Photography
• Reptiles Photography

According to one’s choices, students can invest their gears and select the places. In India, it is easy to get a variety of Birds. Whereas wild animals are a little bit difficult in India. Kerala is one of the best places in India for Birds, Reptiles, Insects. One of the famous places for capturing elephants in India is spotted in Kerala.

Wildlife Photography Study Tours

Explore the wild subjects at their places. We take students for tours every year, as per their choices. Wildlife photography tours are conducted in different places in India and abroad. As a part of the curriculum, we organize tours in two ways. One is faculty will be part of the tour and another one is carried out personally by the guidance of Faculty.

Importance of Wildlife Photography Tours

‘Wildlife Photography’, with the word itself one can understand capturing the life of a wild. A dictionary meaning of ” Wild” (of an animal or plant) living or growing in the natural environment; not domesticated or cultivated.”

In our Wildlife Photography tours, we mention the importance of Wildlife. Normally when you travel the different places of wildlife sanctuaries in India. You need more patience and hard work. It is very obvious that one will not get the photo on a single tour. You need to explore wildlife places more and more.

Preferably if you are passionate about wildlife photography, you need to explore wildlife at different locations. With those wildlife photography tours, you also need to learn wildlife photography.

The best way to learn wildlife photography is to get guided by an experienced mentor at the best wildlife photography college. Because only in such a way one can learn the category of wildlife photography in depth.

Wildlife Photography is one of the passionate and challenging streams of photography. It gets more exciting by capturing wild birds and animals in different actions and expressions.

The flying bird, the bird holding the predator and coming flying out of the water, are few examples that come to our minds. Similarly, the images of a tiger with a very rude look, leopard running behind its predator, wild elephants, etc…

Creative Hut conducts regular wildlife photography tours to different locations. National and International destinations are chosen to explore the wildlife animals and birds. International wildlife photography study tours, for instance, Kenya, Tanzania, South Africa, etc…

While the national wildlife tours are carried out in locations such as the Gir forest, Rathanbore, Kabini, Bandipur, etc…

Top 10 Wildlife Photography Places in India and Abroad, a wildlife Photography student must visit.

1) Ranthambore National Park, Rajasthan
2) Corbett National Park, Uttarakhand
3) Sasan-Gir Wildlife Sanctuary, Gujarat
4) Tadoba National Park, Maharashtra
5) Bandhavgarh National Park, Madhya Pradesh
6) Periyar Wildlife Sanctuary, Kerala
7) Nagarahole National Park, Karnataka
8) Kaziranga National Park, Assam
9) Satpura National Park, Madhya Pradesh
10) Masai Mara National Reserve, Kenya

What equipment does a wildlife photographer need?

One of the important investment of a Wildlife Photographer is a Lens. A wildlife photographer needs the best lens suited for Wildlife. We suggest always students worth of Wildlife Animal Photography is outside India. For birds, Reptiles and Insects Photography, India is the best place.

How many wild animals are in India?

India is home to approximately 7.6% of the world’s species of mammals, 12.6% of its bird species, and 6.2% of its reptiles. Protected by more than 120 national parks, 18 Biosphere Reserves, and 500+ wildlife sanctuaries, the animals of India are vast and varied.

What wild animals are in India?

India is home to a variety of wild animals and birds. Wildlife of India, it is home to Bengal and Indochinese tiger, Asiatic lions, Indian and Indochinese leopards, snow leopards, clouded leopards, various species of Deer, including Chital, Hangul, Barasingha; the Indian Elephant, the Great Indian Rhinoceros, and many others.

The Best Wildlife Photography Course

Learning in a college life

Moreover, we many times ignore the real meaning of wildlife itself. And restrict our wildlife photography. Furthermore, Wildlife includes wild animals, wild birds, and wild insects too. A Wildlife Photography course structured in a college will let one understand this photography category immensely.

One must understand the dos and don’ts of wildlife photography. For instance, the study of ecology, the understanding of animal behavior, bird’s characteristics, understanding of the best period to visit wildlife destinations, etc…

Consequently, by knowing the above, you make sure that you understand your subjects before they are in front of your camera. Above all, wildlife photography study tours are now an important session of our college life.


We offer One year Professional Diploma In Photography and Cinematography. And also provide specialized courses in Wildlife Photography, Travel Photography, Food and Product Photography, Photojournalism, Fashion Photography, Photo Editing and Video Editing. Admission Open !

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