SAEVUS & Nature Wanderers Present Wild Clicks (Season 4) – India’s only LIVE photography contest at Pench National Park, Maharashtra (April 20-24, 2013).

    The contest aims to give a platform to amateur and hobbyist photographers to showcase their skills and mettle in a unique format that ensures an equal level play field for all participants.

    With highly successful editions in Corbett, Ranthambhore and Kanha in 2010, 2011, 2012 Wild Clicks season 4 attracted amateurs from across the country. These participants were put in identical situations and shooting conditions in a defined time frame.
    Conceived and developed as an annual wildlife property by Nature Wanderers, Wild Clicks is one of the most exciting and thrilling wildlife photography competitions to be a part of. The event brings all amateur photographers on a common platform where they shoot under the same shooting conditions. This is a test of a photographer's shooting skills and his sensitivity towards moments and spontaneity on the field.

    The past 3 editions of Wild Clicks were held at Corbett (2010) Ranthambhore (2011) and Kanha (2012). Over the years, Wild Clicks has grown as a competition thanks to our participants who come up with amazing photographs during the 4 day field event.

    The underlining aspect of Wild Clicks is that it's all about witnessing and capturing those fine, intrinsic wildlife moments... it's not about the equipment you use but your ability to think out of the box when you are put under a defined time frame and shooting scenarios.

    Wild Clicks is the opportunity for an amateur to showcase his skills and get instant gratification from wildlife experts.
    K R Deepak
    Archit Prajapati
    K R Deepak
    Anuroop Krishnan
    Sankar Nagrajan
    Archit Prajapati
    Praveen Devanathan
    Praveen Devanathan
    S Prakash
    Amit Kumar
    Anuroop Krishnan
    Anuroop Krishnan
    KR Deepak
    KR Deepak
    Praveen Devanathan
    Shantanu Prasad
    Shantanu Prasad
    Shreekanth Vishwanathan
    Sreekanth V
    Swapnil Deshpande
    S. Nalla Muthu
    The Tiger man on India – Nalla Muthu – dedicated the last 5 years of his life filming the majestic Royal Bengal Tigers of India in Ranthambhore National Park. Nalla changed the face of wildlife filming in India by working on tiger stories and concepts which connect with the masses. His technical skills combined with a unique ability to add a theatrical touch to factual story telling Nalla’s films like Tiger Queen and Tiger Dynasty won international and national acclaim including the National Film Awards for Best Cinematography in 2012. Through his films, Nalla hopes to bring to life every second of the raging the struggle for survival that persists in the unpredictable wild and give conservation a fresh perspective.
    Ganesh H. Shankar
    One of India’s most creative natural history photographers, Ganesh H. Shankar is an inspiration for all photography enthusiasts. He has been honing his craft for the past 15 years. Ganesh is an artist at work, attempting to capture the various moods of nature in all her elements, mostly using monotones and creative expressions. He loves to explore the mysteries of light, and the mysticism of colors, forms, and shapes. Ganesh’s works have featured in numerous national and international publications.
    Visit www.naturelyrics.com for a sneak preview of his work.
    Gobind Sagar Bharadwaj
    Dr Gobind Sagar Bhardwaj, a senior forest officer belonging to Indian Forest Service, having vast experience in natural resource conservation, especially in the field of wildlife management. Dr. Bhardwaj has served in various capacities in different forest divisions of Rajasthan, including managing one of the best tiger reserves of the country, Ranthambhore National Park. It is during his tenure in Ranthambhore Tiger Reserve he developed a deep passion for wildlife, especially the magnificent tiger. Based on his observations on tigers, he has authored a book on tigers, “Tracking Tigers in Ranthambhore”. He is the recipient of the State Award in 1999 for outstanding services for the State of Rajasthan. The award was given for saving the life of villagers and a tiger that had strayed outside the forest into a village, during which Dr. Bharadwaj was badly mauled by the tiger. Dr. Bharadwaj was amongst the top 3 Sanctuary Wildlife Photographers of the year 2011.
  • Prizes
    Wild Clicks has always rewarded creativity and out of the box thinking in wildlife photography. Year on year Wild Clicks has always believed in giving proper recognition to the work of our contestants in some or the other way - be it in the form of tangible prizes which are being awarded to the winners or getting the creative work of the contestant published in leading edge publications or in the form of showcase through the medium of exhibitions and photo sales. Here is a sneak preview of just some of the many tangible recognitions being given at Season 4.

    Canon EOS 6D
    The latest offering from Canon, EOS 6D is the world's lightest full-frame DSLR equipped with a 20.2 megapixel CMOS sensor with precision 11-point AF system and also offers built-in WiFi and GPS support.

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    • 20.2 megapixel Full-frame sensor
    • ISO 100-25600, expandable to 102400 (expandable range L:50, H1:51200, H2:102400)
    • Built-in WiFi and GPS**

    Manfrotto 679B Monopod
    • Quick action leg lock system; Sure rubber grip
    • Maximum height: 63.39 in / 161.01 cm; Minimum height:25.59 in / 64.99 cm; Load capacity: 22.05 lbs / 10.00 kg; Weight: 1.32 lbs / 598.74 g;
    • Attachment: 1/4" and retractable 3/8" screw attachment type; Color: black color; leg cross-section: round; leg sections: 3; legs tube diameter: 29.4 x 25 x 20 mm;

    UNICA VII Messenger White
    The Unica VII messenger is the perfect everyday companion for carrying your camera gear, laptop and personal gear. Gain quick access to your DSLR with lens attached, 17” Macbook (15.4” laptop) and personal effects in the upper compartment by using the top opening
  • Winner of Wild Clicks - Season 3
  • Register for Wild Clicks
    Registration Process

    Do see a Wild Clicks contestant in you? If you feel you have the creativity and innovation to participate in India's Only Live Photography Contest in the future, feel free to send in your portfolio of work and we would be glad to consider your entry for the forthcoming edition of Wild Clicks in 2014.

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