Come photograph with us on a private tour of the largest Hindu Temple in the USA. December 2, 2023
This architectural marvel was recently completed and opened it’s doors to the public. It is the second biggest Hindu temple on Earth that took 10 years to build.
We have made arrangements for an exclusive private photo tour to be held on Saturday December 2nd, 2023 at 7am – 9am. The temple is located in Robbinsville, NJ. (Rain date December 9th, 2023)
Not only will we visit during hours when the temple is closed to the public, we will also have the use of our tripods and will capture wide and medium views, long exposures during the beautiful early morning light. We will also be capturing the abundant details that are available and are just waiting to be photographed all around the site.
This photo-tour is not only for intermediate to advanced photographers looking to create images of the magnificent architectural details but also for beginners which are looking for attention in capturing compelling compositions.
Whether you have a DSLR, mirrorless or a mobile device camera you will walk away with beautiful memories.
Please note that we are limiting the number of attendees in order to have a manageable group in which participants will have plenty of space and time to capture the images without having to jockey for position.
You are welcomed to continue your visit after our photoshoot ends. The grounds offer a theatre which offers a short informational film, a gift store and an amazing Indian cuisine restaurant.
We already have several RSVP’s prior to this public announcement. So if you are interested in attending early registration is highly recommended.
We will have a pre-tour zoom video conference on Thursday, November 30th, 2023 at 7:00 pm. We will go over the logistics and all the particulars to get you up to speed and ready to photograph the day of the tour.
Due to the sanctity and to maintain the spiritual environment the only place we will not be photographing is inside of the main large mandir. We are welcomed to go inside though. It is a magnificent structure to say the least.
*Please note the images captured are not to be used for commercial purposes.