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 Comments

  1. Prakash Hegade
    August 22, 2016

    Reminded me of my coorg trip. I definitely agree with vibrant colors. 🙂

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    1. trablogger
      August 22, 2016

      Oh cool. You’ve visited Coorg! When was it and where did you go?

      Reply
  2. Khloe
    March 19, 2015

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

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    1. trablogger
      March 19, 2015

      Thank you so much Khloe. Now you gotta visit India one day !

      Reply
  3. hackernewbie
    March 19, 2015

    The last one is perfect 5/5!! Lovely!

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    1. trablogger
      March 19, 2015

      Thanks mate 🙂 Hope you will visit again 😀

      Reply
      1. hackernewbie
        March 19, 2015

        🙂

        Reply
  4. Lifelover
    March 19, 2015

    The foggy night photgraphy is more than just awesome. Did you use some filter or the fog did that job for you?

    Reply
    1. trablogger
      March 19, 2015

      I don’t have any filters yet. So it is the fog that did the trick. Glad you liked it

      Reply
  5. […] 5 Reason for a Photographer to Visit Coorg […]

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  6. Madhu
    November 27, 2014

    Beautiful photos. But you missed out the amazing food!!! 🙂

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    1. trablog
      November 27, 2014

      Yes food is amazing too. I totally agree. But I never thought of food photographers 😀

      Reply
  7. Uday Narayanan
    November 15, 2014

    Coorg has been on my bucket list since long. Thanks to your post, I’m now convinced that I MUST visit this place 🙂

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    1. trablog
      November 15, 2014

      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 🙂

      Reply
  8. priyankamoraes
    September 26, 2014

    Another reason apart from the photography….the yum food !

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    1. trablog
      September 26, 2014

      Oh yes, the hot and spicy coorg food!

      Reply
  9. sweetykannoth
    September 26, 2014

    beautiful pictures…have visited coorg myself ,many years ago…your pics inspire me to visit it again…maybe sometime soon 🙂

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    1. trablog
      September 26, 2014

      Please do visit and share you stories too. That will inspire me to share more 🙂 You are from Kerala too?

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      1. sweetykannoth
        September 27, 2014

        yeah will do certainly…if andwhen i visit 🙂
        Yes i am a keralite…so you are one too ??…

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        1. trablog
          September 27, 2014

          Yep I am one too 😀 Kannur, You?

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          1. sweetykannoth
            September 27, 2014

            Haha!! Guess what…i am from kannur too 😀

          2. trablog
            September 27, 2014

            Really?!! This is some coincidence 😀

  10. trablog
    September 26, 2014

    What do you mean by the first sentence?!!
    And thank you for loving the 3 pictures 😀

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  11. POODLE
    September 26, 2014

    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)

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  12. loupmojo
    September 25, 2014

    You know, to date, I think I love your misty, mysterious shots best. The shot of the tree looks like it came straight out of X-Files 😀

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    1. trablog
      September 25, 2014

      haha.. even I like the misty shots. And I think I always say that the fog makes everything more beautiful and surreal 🙂

      Reply
  13. lifeconfusions
    September 25, 2014

    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 ^.^

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    1. trablog
      September 25, 2014

      yea.. that’s why the monk didn’t sell his Ferrari :p
      Thank you. Want to visit the place now, Agent Zee? 😉

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      1. lifeconfusions
        September 26, 2014

        Sure, Get me a Ferrari and I will 😉

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        1. trablog
          September 26, 2014

          Hope you are aware of the book with this title 🙂
          You can fly like in your pic 😉 No need of Ferrari :p

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          1. lifeconfusions
            September 27, 2014

            No haven’t heard of the book with that name. I would like to fly if given the chance. I’m crossing fingers for sky diving 😀

          2. trablog
            September 27, 2014

            ‘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?

          3. lifeconfusions
            September 28, 2014

            Oooh yes sure, I’ll get on to it soon ! Though my bucket list is not that special considering people have some really great ideas on their’s ! 😛

          4. trablog
            September 28, 2014

            You can always steal their ideas 😉

          5. lifeconfusions
            September 29, 2014

            What do you think I am? A thief?
            Okay there was just this one time when I almost stole something but that doesn’t make me a thief 😛 😀

          6. trablog
            September 29, 2014

            okay agent Zee. 😉

  14. Saya
    September 25, 2014

    Is that a portrait or reflection 🙂

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    1. trablog
      September 25, 2014

      what do you mean by reflection??

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      1. Saya
        September 25, 2014

        I mean is that a mirror in which you have clicked the reflection of the person standing in front of it or a portrait drawn by someone…

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        1. trablog
          September 25, 2014

          Did you mean the monk picture?
          The monks were taking their pictures. I took that picture 😀

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          1. Saya
            September 25, 2014

            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

        2. trablog
          September 25, 2014

          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! 😛

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          1. Saya
            September 25, 2014

            😀 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. trablog
            September 25, 2014

            oh no no… there is portrait photography also.

          3. trablog
            September 25, 2014

            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.”

          4. Saya
            September 25, 2014

            oh..ok…didn’t know that..my bad..will check it out.. 🙂

          5. trablog
            September 25, 2014

            we all are learning. aren’t we? I learned intezaar today 😀

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