Capture Desi Change of Guards Ceremony

 

Indulge in the history and photography lesson at the publicly accessible areas of the Presidential Estate, clicking the reflections of the North and South block, early morning shots of the streets, parliament, India Gate.

Bonus Feature - The Change of the Presidential Guard Ceremony

Watch the ceremony seated within the majestic gates on the red graveled path that leads to the Jaipur column and the main entrance. From time immemorial, guards and sentries at palaces, forts and defence establishments change periodically to enable a fresh body of troops to take charge. In this ceremony, mainly the old and new guard consists of a troop from the president's body guard (PBG) and another platoon drawn from one of the numerous regiments of the Indian army. A huge military band is also present to provide accompaniment.
Do join us on this exciting visual tour as we get a better insight into street photography, and create some really beautiful compositions while exploring our own city.

Walk Leader Parth is a professional photographer with over three years of experience in photography across various genres. However, travel photography remains his forte. Having undertaken assignments in the past for Explore Tours (where he assisted Tim Allen of Human Planet), FareHawker and Photoxia, he recently opened up his own travel and photography venture called, Spectatus Traveller. His photography works can be seen here: www.facebook.com/spectatustraveller.

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Meeting Point : Gate no 3 towards Raisina Hill, Central Secretariat Metro Station

Tips: Please carry a bottle of water.

Extra Costs: Rickshaw rides, entry tickets to monuments or museums. Cost of food will have to be borne by the participants themselves.

 

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