GD Photo Workshops - Expeditions & Adventure Travel Photo Tours Asia 2014 & 2015


GD Photo Workshops / Tours
 
“Light is photography... photography is light.” -- GD


- Discovering the undiscovered - 

 India - Nepal - Sri Lanka - Cambodia - Vietnam - Myanmar / Burma - Tibet - Indonesia  - Bhutan & Australia

Please Note: Australia is only avaible upon special request since the duration of this amazing Photo Tour is over 3 weeks. Covering areas like Kakadu National Park, Central Australia including Ayers Rock and the Olgas, Kangaroo Island and Sydney.
You wont be disapointed since this is Gunther's home Country, he knows all the areas extemly well and has published many Books on Australia and the Outback that was his backyard for many years.


YOU DON'T HAVE TO BE A PRO
! GD Photo Workshops are conducted by Gunther Deichmann, one of Austral-Asia's most accomplished and experienced photographers. Join Gunther on one of his trips for a fantastic Journey through Color & Time as he leads expeditions, photo tours and workshops around the world. Learn more about the places you visit, the people you meet, and the unique ways of life you will encounter. Improve your photography as you study side by side with Gunther. 

Discover with us the undiscovered!

"Combining 55 years of experience… 35 years of Photography and 20 years traveling through out Asia producing countless articles for international Magazines, we guarantee that you get the quality time you need on each and every location with Gunther and his expert team."

We only travel in small groups between 8 to 10 participants on all published destinations, providing you the full attention of Gunther Deichmann and his assistant, making these workshops very personal, fun and a fulfilling experience for you.   

Gunther has published 12 Books with international Publishers including "Australia's Natural Wonders" and in 2006 published his Book Journey Through Color and Time, some of his most recent accomplishments;

June 2013 - German Magazine "PICTORIAL" ART BUYERS DIGEST a Magazine from PROFIFOTO featuring a 4 page Portfolio on Gunther’s Australian Aborigines. The Magazine with Gunther’s Portfolio came out for the CEPIC Congress (Center of the Picture Industry) in Barcelona, Spain 2013.

November 2012
- Les Voyages de Gunther Deichmann : Solo Exposition - November 30, 2012 Paris, France

December 2011 - Gunther together with Steve McCurry and Michael Yamashita was again on the Judging Panel and a Celebrity Speaker for the One Asia Festival - Celebrating the Images of Asia Event in Singapore Dec.2011  - 

Link to Gunther's complete Biography

You will photograph for example places in Cambodia, Laos, India, Sri Lanka, Nepal and many other excotic destinations, while learning from one of the best and experienced travel photographers around. Gunther covers all aspects of the shoot: how to solve technical problems, how to work with people, gain access and the digital work-flow on the road. You will learn how to research a story, select a destination, prepare a shooting list, edit your pictures and ways to share your work with a larger community.

Gunther will work with students in critique sessions and in the field, sharing his working knowledge and techniques.

Participants will be pushed to photograph not only scenes and environments, but also  people for example in Siam Reap and Angkor Wat, Cambodia.(Gunther has been travelling throughout Cambodia since 1992) People that are naturally timid about approaching people will learn techniques and be exposed to ideas and a spirit that will help them go forward with their photographic communication including photographing people.


Gunther is also a Certified Apple Pro Trainer for Aperture and has years of experience on Apple Computers, he can also assist you with selecting the right images, Photoshop, Multimedia Presentation and how to make the correct back up of your images in the field and at home.


Gunther will discuss technique, intent, composition, and the creative use of the camera and lens. He will review and critique your portfolio, and works-in-process, discuss careers, getting published and give you an idea of where you are, and what to do next to become better Photographer. But most important you will learn how to see things in a different light!

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New exciting destinations - GD Photo Tours/Workshops in Asia
for the year 2014 and 2015.


DISCOVER AND EXPLORE ASIA WITH US IN 2014/2015




SRI LANKA 2014

Landscape - Nature - Wildlife and Amazing Culture

Due to special request, we have now a new Sri Lanka Photo Tour / Workshop for a small group in late February.

February 23 - Mar. 4, 2014 - 10 special days of pure adventure and amazing photography.
Max. of 4 Participants

Final date for bookings for our next Sri Lanka Tour is October 2013.
Bookings are on a first come first serve basis.

Bookings are now closed.

For all details and bookings/reservations, please contact Gunther Deichmann

Testimonials from previous participants please CLICK THIS LINK.






INDIA 2014 - The Ultimate Rajasthan Photo Tour / Workshops

Including the amazing Thar Desert and Holi (The Festival of Colors)
Jaipur - Pushkar - Manvar - Jodhpur - Jaisalmer - Bikaner

Mar. 07 - Mar. 19, 2013 - 13 special days of pure adventure and amazing photography.
Max. of 8 Participants

Final date for bookings for our next India Tour is September 2013.
Bookings are on a first come first serve basis.

Bookings are now closed.

For all details and bookings/reservations, please contact Gunther Deichmann

Testimonials from previous participants please CLICK THIS LINK.


OUR NEW DESTINATION in 2014


We have selected some very exciting and new destinations for 2014, in particular for India, see below the scheduled dates, these are very special places perfect for Photography due to their culture and colorful Festivals at the time. We provide more details very shortly but you can make reservations now. Furthermore we're happy to announce our long awaited Vietnam - Cambodia special, this promised to be an extraordinary and adventures journey in 2014, more details below.


INDIA 2014 - Hemis Festival in Ladakh

July 01 - July 12, 2014
Max. of 8 Participants (only 6 more spots available)

Hemis Monastery is one of the wealthiest, best-known and biggest gompa of Ladakh. Its popularity stems from the major annual festival held here in summer. The Hemis festival is in honour of Guru Padma Sambhav's birth anniversary. Hemis was built in 1630 during the reign of Sengge Namgyal, an illustrious ruler of Ladakh. It flourished under the Namgyal dynasty for the royalty favoured the Drugpa sect, which managed the monastery.

It is divided into two, the assembly hall on the right and the main temple on the left. The hall Dukhang is also used as "green room" by the dancers during the festival. The temple is known as Tshogkhang. The varandahs have a surfeit of frescoes, among them the Buddhist 'wheel of life' (Kalachakra) and the lords of the four quarters, besides the prayer wheel.

The oldest holy site in Ladakh, it was a bon shrine prior to the advent of Buddhism. Also known as Yung Drung (Swastika) it is sited on a high promontory overlooking the village and valley. For sheer spectacle value no other Gompa can match Lamayuru.

The capital of Ladakh is situated at a height of 3505 meters and is towards the eastern parts of Jammu and Kashmir. The region is watered by the Zanskar River, which flows into the Indus River just below. Leh is a beautiful destination with so many attractions and is the center of Tibeto-Buddhist Culture for ages.
Its colorful gompas have attracted the devout Buddhists from all over the globe.
More detailed info to follow soon…

Feedback from previous participants please CLICK THIS LINK.  
For inquiries pls. go to our Booking page





Vietnam - Cambodia our very special combination for 2014
Mid. Sept. to early Oct. Final dates available very soon.
Max. of 8 Participants (only 5 more spots available)

This is truly an amazing journey not to be missed for 2014, starting in Hanoi, Vietnam and after 5 days exploring the north of Vietnam we then travel south to Ho Chi Min City (Saigon) before we're exploring other seldom visited parts of this southern region for some 4 days. Then we travel into the amazing Mekong River Delta before we take a private charter boat on the Mekong River all the way to Phnom Penh in Cambodia.

For those who need to fly out to their home destination Phnom Penh is the finishing part of this Journey but not before we have spend an additional 2 days in this city. However we offer for those who are interested an extension and Journey with us for another 8 days through out Cambodia by private aircon Van. Gunther has been traveling to Cambodia since 1992 and knows the hidden and seldom visited places only to well, providing you the ultimate Cambodian experience and unique photo opportunities.
More detailed info to follow soon…

Note:
Please book early for this Vietnam-Cambodian special, we have already some confirmed
participants and only 5 more spots available.

Feedback from previous participants please
CLICK THIS LINK.  
For inquiries pls. go to our Booking page




INDIA 2014 - Rann of Kutch and traditional Village of Gujarat, India

November 15th to 27th 2014
Max. of 8 Participants

This area is seldom visited and you can photograph the amazing salt mining the traditional way and exploring the tribal culture of Gujarat is a psychedelic visual treat, a journey through a celebration of life in Technicolor. The colorful costumes, stunning jewelry's, arts and craft, folk songs and dance are a sight to behold!
There are number of very picturesque tribal village of Bhils and Rathwas. It is considered one of the most primitive tribal belt of Gujarat where one can experience their lifestyle. In little ran of Kutch you get to see and photograph the Asiatic wild asses and around 275 various species of birds.
You also have opportunity to experience Bajana tribes and some cattle breeders.
More detailed info to follow soon…

Feedback from previous participants please
CLICK THIS LINK.  
For inquiries pls. go to our Booking page




INDIA 2014 - Hornbill Festival in Nagaland, India
Nov. 30th - Dec. 12th, 2014
Max. of 8 Participants

Located near the border with Myanmar the Hornbill Festival is an annual cultural extravaganza celebrated by the tribal people in the state of Nagaland. Named after the hornbill, a globally respected bird that shows up in the folklore of most of the state’s tribes. This Festival aims at sustaining, reviving, and protecting the richness of the Naga culture and heritage.

This also gives visitors, an opportunity to get a ringside view of the enchanting land, its people and its culture which is done through cultural extravaganza worth experiencing. Uniting all of the Nagaland, in one giant color-splashed hodgepodge of dances, folk songs, hand looms, handicrafts, parades, games, ethnic food fairs and religious ceremonies of all Naga tribes.
More detailed info to follow soon…

Feedback from previous participants please
CLICK THIS LINK.  
For inquiries pls. go to our Booking page




OUR NEW DESTINATION in 2015


Destinations and confirmed dates for 2015 to follow very soon.

GD Photo Workshops / Tours