Kedar Bhat

Photography, workshops, Photo Tours

Back from Pune...gearing up for Tadoba

Pune Biennale Nature photo walkWas in Pune for a long time...In Thane for a day and heading back to Pune again for Tadoba tiger reserve photo-tour. After coming back there are number of workshops lined up and a lot new in pipeline...yet to be announced. Complete details here.

Just trying to recount the number of events I was at ! Here's a round-up:

10 Jan 2013: Talk on Macro photography at 'Photographic society of pune'

12 Jan 2013: Photo walk at Taljai hill in Pune during 'Pune Biennale' organized by Bharati Vidtyapeeth school of Photography.  Here is the Pune-Biennale Pune Biennale.

17 Jan 2013: Judging at BMCC college photo contest.

19 Jan 2013: Macro photography workshop at Taljai hill in Pune during Pune Biennale.

Besides these, my images were displayed at 'Bird-Fest' organized by Naturewalk and Forest department & exibition of 'Pune Biennale' at Bal-Gandharva art gallery.

In the middle of all this I judged two big Photo-contests the results of which have yet to be announced. Will name the contests once the results are out.

Some behind the scenes images of Pune Biennale events:

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Macro photography workshop at Amboli

26 to 28 Oct 2012 - Amboli

Macro photography workshop
with 'Go Wild Travel & Photography'

by: Kedar Bhat

Fees: ₹4500 per person ex-Pune all inclusive.

To Enroll:

To enroll please send me a email at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. or  This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. or call Go-Wild office on

Tel:       :  020 25452122
Mobile   :  9767977711 ( Ashlesha from Gowild office)


Amboli, a tranquil hill station, nestled in the green foliage of the Sahyadris Mountain Range, is the wettest place in Maharashtra and an important biodiversity hotspot. An abode of luxuriant and myriad species of amphibians, reptiles, birds, medicinal plants and wildflowers, Amboli is a splendidly beautiful place. Amboli is home to a variety of snakes, red faced monkeys, toads, butterflies and verdant forest. Attractive waterfalls, misty air, deep valleys and dense forests provide an ideal gateway from the routine life.

Macro photography workshop by Kedar Bhat at Amboli