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Photography Trek Tapovan

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Tapovan trek offers one of the best big mountain views in India and this workshop is designed around that. Participants will learn how to best capture landscape photos and portraits of the surrounding.

Travel with us on this mentored photography trip to Tapovan and return with memories that linger, and learning in photography that remains with you for a lifetime.

This Tapovan trek photography tour has been designed to create the prefect amalgamation of trekking and photography. The trek is easy enough for you to enjoy the views, click those photos and still enjoy the overall outdoor experience without feeling exhausted.

Join us today on this unforgettable and exclusive experience.

Who is this workshop for

This workshop is for anyone with a passion for photography with a zeal for adventure.

There are no limits and anyone from an absolute beginner(in both trekking and photography) to people with experience can attend this workshop.

Once you attend our session, you will be able to -

  • Understand the different controls in your camera and make the best use of them depending on where you are shooting.

  • Know and use the various modes to control the exposure and depth of field, which will help you get the best from your subject.

  • Understand the nuances of composition, which is the key to taking good photographs.

  • Make the best use of your camera’s abilities and learning to optimize it for getting those picture perfect shots you've seen and admired on the internet. 

  • Have a high altitude Himalayan trek in your belt in the process as well! 


Ayush Goyal

Meet Ayush Goyal, your passionate photographer, and videographer guide. 
Nothing deters him – not the steep mountains, nor the treacherous terrains, or the extremity of the unapologetic weather when it comes to clicking the perfect shot.


He is an immersive artist whose pictures breathe life, stirs souls, evokes emotions, and transport topographies.
His landscapes zoomed-in show incredible details, as a metaphor for the different textures of life. The portraits, of people who work with their hands and bodies, show what was always essentially a part of ‘being human.'

You can check out more of his work on his website mirrorslaps and trust your eyes rather than us when we say he is really good at what he does. 

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