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5 Reasons why a photographer should visit Coorg

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There are plenty of reasons to visit the beautiful Coorg. But I have come up with 5 top reasons for a photographer to visit Coorg.

They are listed as below

  1. To capture the vibrant colours of Coorg
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Vibrant Coorg : Inside the Golden Temple, Kushalnagar

Inside the Golden Temple, Tibetan Monastery,  Kushalnagar

2. To capture interesting and colourful Portraits

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The monk who did not sell his Ferrari 😉

This monk definitely didn’t sell his Ferrari 😉

3. To practice the Slow shutter speed shots

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Smooth flowing Water falls

A perfect way to experiment with shutter speed and see the results.

4. To capture amazingly Beautiful Landscapes

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Beautiful Landscapes of Coorg

If you want an outdoor shoot, doesn’t it look perfect?!

5. To master some Surreal foggy Night photography skills

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Night Photography

Fog makes it surreal. Doesn’t it?

Hope you likes these reasons. Visit Coorg anyway. This place is  worth visiting even without any reasons!

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47 thoughts on “5 Reasons why a photographer should visit Coorg

  1. Very beautiful there! Great reasons to visit Coorg even for tourists 😉 The third picture was crazily beautiful 😉 Amazing shots!!! <3

    1. Haha…I am glad that finally I was able to convince at least one to visit through my posts 😀
      I am looking forward to see Coorg through your eyes 🙂

  2. Book is into worst list of my reading..
    But I loved what you captured in the moment …(For 2nd pic)
    and I am loving the vibrancy depicted in such manner (for 1st one)
    fog is making it all very mystic …(5th one)

  3. Whaa? The monk looks so ‘Gangsta’ (in a good way) !! 😀
    I Like all the photographs Jithin but especially the last one, I love the way light is coming off of the tree, so eerie ! 🙂
    And the landscapes look good too ^.^

          1. ‘The monk who sold his Ferrari’, by Robin Sharma
            Well I have invited you to embellish my bucket list comment section! Do you have some time to spare?

          1. Its still not a portrait…maybe double click or picture inside picture or some name…u can invent urself 😛 and yes I meant the monk picture

        1. Oh you thought that was a reflection of a car mirror or something!! I get it now. No , it wasn’t. It was a direct head shot!! 😉 That’s how I framed him! 😛

          1. 😀 okay got that…I just object (mildly :P) to the use of word ‘portrait’ here…doesn’t portrait something which people draw and not head shot 😛

          2. See what wiki says
            “A portrait is a painting, photograph, sculpture, or other artistic representation of a person, in which the face and its expression is predominant. The intent is to display the likeness, personality, and even the mood of the person. For this reason, in photography a portrait is generally not a snapshot, but a composed image of a person in a still position. A portrait often shows a person looking directly at the painter or photographer, in order to most successfully engage the subject with the viewer.”

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