Diggy wants to take up wildlife photography
Digvijay Singh has remained an influential name in the Indian political circuit but not many know that he also has an inclination towards wildlife photography.bhopal Updated: Dec 17, 2012 15:34 IST
Digvijay Singh has remained an influential name in the Indian political circuit but not many know that he also has an inclination towards wildlife photography. Singh talked about his interest while inaugurating a photography exhibition of Indorebased Tonu Sojatia at SDPS Womens College on Sunday.
While interacting with the audience at the event, Singh talked about his recent visit to Bandhavgarh National Park and other well-known places where he has clicked wildlife and nature. "I think every politician is worried about his/her 'life after retirement' and wildlife photography would be an appropriate pastime after I give up politics," Singh said with a glow on his face.
He pointed out how digitalisation has influenced the art of photography over the years. "I feel technology has come as a boon for new age photographers. Now one can mould the picture in the desired form after clicking it. This wasn't possible some years ago," he said maintaining that photography has become a bit easier with no constraints unlike n the past when photographic roles were used. While commenting on the initiative of SDPS Womens College, which plans to come up with an international girls’ school Digvijay said, “Indore lacks some good schools for girls like Mayo College Girls’ School in Ajmer and others of such repute.”