We got featured in Daily Mail Again. Have a look below.
NewBig5 Project The New Big 5 project launched in April and I am totally honoured to be part of this interesting initiative among highly talented researchers, conservationists, environmentalists, photographers and filmmakers. Thank you to the team and also everyone for making this […]
Such a pleasant surprise it was that Apple has featured one of my wildlife pics in their Instagram account!!! Please have a look. Thank you all!! Times of India, leading newspaper in India published a cover feature regarding the same! […]
True example of why wildlife is always unpredictable when you are on a safari…Anything can happen anytime in the bush. During one of our evening game drive in July 2017, as we watched the beautiful sunset in Masai Mara savannah […]
Last week , I received an email from Sleeklens that, they loved my landscape photography, and are providing some free Through the Woods presets to ease my editing workflow. I downloaded them and tried out on few of my images. I was very impressed […]
It was a day of excitement, fun and display of my African wildlife prints at the Christmas market at the German Ambassador’s residence in Kampala, Uganda . The exhibits were highly appreciated and there were many interested buyers for the […]
Happy to share that , Usha Harish was the overall winner of the East Africa wildlife photo competition held by East Africa Wildlife Society (eawildlife.org) on their 60th year anniversary.
No where in the world is there a movement of animals as immense as the wildebeest migration, over two million animals migrate from the Serengeti National Park in Tanzania to the greener pastures of the Maasai Mara National Reserve in Kenya during July […]
Gorilla tracking is one the most adventurous and once a lifetime experience one must not miss out.In Uganda, by road it is a 9 hour journey from Kampala by road crossing the equator, passing through countryside which is rich with […]
“As a self-taught photographer, I am grateful to mentors who added depth to my knowledge”