My images for the Bhutan Black Necked Crane Festival have been published in Issue 3/2011 Asian Geographic Magazine
Can’t help but comment (since I’ve been a silent reader all this while): WAH! Your images are in the Asian Geographic magazine! That’s an achievement – congrats! And I was very impressed by this set of pics from the Black-Necked Crane Festival when I first saw them, especially the ones of them dancing and you captured their feet and costume 🙂 Thank you for always sharing your beautiful photos, they are very inspiring!
🙂 Wah.. I want! But must see how my financial situation is at that time.. If I can, I definitely want to go! Bhutan is on my list of must-visit places, so whether there is festival or not, I’m sure it’d still be a fruitful trip. Keep me updated!
it was a cold morning at Phobjikha valley.. the climate is different from the previous time in April. it was much colder now, and I thought that the valley looks even better now. We woke up early in the morning to see the morning sun cast its glow on the valley.. we were not disappointed…
May I know if you join a tour agency or are you on your own Free and Easy? What time did you take these shots and were you using tripod?
Sorry so many questions..
Thanks & Regards
Have a nice day
We were practising our archery at Phobjikha Valley when we saw this amazing light.. It felt so magical…
William enjoys telling stories with his camera. Regardless if its your wedding, travels or even your newborn, he does it so beautifully through his pictures..
Couples enjoy his natural and artistic approach to their portrait or wedding sessions. Some of his customers have even returned for their famliy shoot after the wedding, year after year.
He also takes on personal projects traveling around the world to create images.
With a list of international awards and publications behind him, his images are also being represented by Modern Art Etc (Los Angeles, California) for sale as Fine Art Prints
I am interested in this but seriously speaking, I need to be a little bit more proficient in my photography skills. Can you give lessons prior the trip?