Posted on 2023-02-01

Delhi's City Lights Tour

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Rashtrapati Bhawan & India Gate: The pride of Delhi, the beautiful Presidential Estate and war memorial located astride the Rajpath (formerly called the Kingsway), are two structures from the British-era, beautiful to capture with the display of colourful lights in the evenings. 

Qutub Minar: The tallest minaret in the world, built of bricks, Qutub Minar is a victory tower and one of the 3 UNESCO Heritage Sites in Delhi. Although beautiful during both day and night, at night it has a rather peaceful aura, allowing photographers to enjoy and capture the beauty of the magnificent monument in a different light. 

Safdarjung Tomb: A sandstone and marble mausoleum, built in 1754, the Safdarjung Tomb is beautifully lit at night, with 213 led lights, as part of ASI's architectural illumination project. The main tomb is surrounded by manicured gardens, fountains, and has a water canal flowing through the compound, allowing photographers a chance to take exquisite landscape and architectural shots.

Type of experience

  • Photo Walk


  • Asia


  • Perfect urban technique
  • Discover a city
  • All about architecture
  • Street life
  • After dark
  • Visual Storytelling


  • 2023


  • Two hours

Languages spoken


What is included

  • Pro photographer

What is included (other)


Five keywords that best describe the experience you will have

Night life for photographer, beyond Delhi , light trails , Long Exposure

Camera equipment used by photographer

Nikon DF

Private or group?

  • Private

Max group size


Non photographer's welcome



  • Jürgen
  • Dec 13, 2023
  • I spent four amazing days with VS in Pushkar during the Camel Fair and Religious Processions as well as one day in Delhi photographing the iconic buildings there in November and December 2023. This were my most photographically rewarding days of experiencing Rajasthani culture and photography ever. VS was constantly focused on helping me get the best shots and the most out of my camera settings. I learnt a lot about light, composition, shooting with tilt screen upwards and downwards and the effects of different forms of white balance settings and VS pointed out many angles and subjects I would have totally missed. He was encouraging and 100% focused on my photographic growth yet allowing me the space to be creative in my own way. On all days, I hardly noticed the crowds of peak season in Pushkar as VS was so skilled at avoiding the crowds through his timed visits to get the best light and uncluttered scenes at each site. We did not only shoot camel herders, musicians and snake charmers and rural people but also an bathers and an Arthi at Pushkar Lake. VS was able to guide me through portraiture and candid moments which kept materialising before my eyes due mainly to the locals being so comfortable with him. With VS able to speak Marwari, it helped me to photograph people in a more natural way as they interacted with us. By the end of the five days it felt like travelling with an old friend. I would love to do it all again or do another photo tour with him at a different location. If you have limited time and want to seriously photograph Pushkar and Delhi, then I highly recommend going shooting with VS.He is a very critical teacher and demanding but you will definitely profit to a great extent from his photographic advice.


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