Added by on July 15, 2018

Wex Photo Video’s travel photography series returns. This time, travel photographer Matt Parry and our very own Kriss Hampton travel to India.

In part one, Matt and Kriss explore the streets of Delhi and meet with local photographer, and ZEISS and Profoto ambassador Sundeep Bali.

A walking tour of Old Delhi provides ample opportunity for Matt to test out his Sony A7 III and concludes with a visit to the Salaam Baalak Trust DMRC Children Home.

This first part of the trip is rounded off with a visit to the world’s tallest brick minaret, the Qutub Minar, and the chance to photograph some long-exposures as the light fades over the India Gate war memorial.

To watch the first part of series one ‘A Balkan Road Trip’ visit:

Filming kit used for this series:
– Sony A7sII with the K2M XLR adapter
– Manfrotto Camera Cage
– Sony 24-105 f4 lens
– Tiffen Variable ND filter
– Rode Filmmaker Lavalier Kit

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  • Emile Modesitt 1 year ago

    Love this! Nice footage and photos — really fun to watch.

  • EverythingEthan 1 year ago

    Love these travel photography videos! If you like this kind of thing, you should definitely check out these guys:

  • Travel & joy 1 year ago

    Is only 5 hour route in train.yo not travel India. Ther are so many city in India also explore more .is rong map.

  • Vinnan Rao 1 year ago

    may i know what lens are you using to take these shots. for the camera is a7iii but what lens are you using?

  • From Clapham Junction 1 year ago

    Correction you were wondering through the streets of what is known as "Old Delhi"

  • peter makin 1 year ago

    Greetings from Middlewich Matt. Love the videos. Could you post a little about managing the harsh contrast/light in these streets. Did you use HDR to overcome these?

  • david wilkinson 1 year ago

    fantastic video – great place, great people, great images, and terrific insights into how to do it. the local guide is the key

  • Jonathan Adams 1 year ago

    Great video with lots of great info for people wanting to take traveling photos….however…his grip on his camera drives me crazy. Left hand needs to be under the lens not on top. The stability difference is big and an easy bad habit change that beginners need to learn from the start. Not only stability it allows you to have use of your right hand because you cradle and hold the lens with the left your right hand can let go. Keep up the good work…

  • Darren Dobbs 1 year ago

    Just came back rom Delhi, amazing place, we found it very hard to get a photo of the locals without them wanting a tip from you for the photo.

  • Allan England 1 year ago

    Cracking video Matt, you're a natural at this!

  • Arun Hegden 1 year ago

    This is so beautiful. 🙂

  • Ron Greer 1 year ago

    such a nice video!