When It comes to photography, Delhi has a lot to offer. From monuments to a street, Delhi has amazing locations for photographers of every niche. You can shoot aesthetic portraits and street culture all in a few kilometres away from each other. Here’s a list of our favourite photography locations. Now in this list, we are trying to cover all the locations which means some might be known to you and some might be new or little known.
List of best photography locations in Delhi-
1. Lodhi Garden
If you’re looking for some green in your photos, Lodhi Garden is the place to be. If you’re into photography, you have probably been here. It has flowers, it has tombs, a small pond and a peaceful safe environment. There are some really interesting trees with different coloured flowers which make for an interesting backdrop.
2. Connaught Place
Below is a picture taken in the streets of CP.
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Built by the Britishers in Georgian architecture, Connaught Place is one of the most popular locations for photography. Recently the H&M High Street has become a trending location for many fashion shoots. You can find many photographers conducting amateur shoots at this location. CP is also famous for Q&A videos on YouTube as most of the crowd is young and ready to cooperate for a quick video. Mornings are the best time to shoot here as it gets too crowded after 12 pm. Here are some photos I clicked at CP.
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3. Hauz Khas Village
HKV has everything you need, from greenery, tombs, lake, monuments and an urban street. You can do almost all kinds of photoshoots here like street, fashion, nature and even a little bit of wildlife at the Deer Park right next to it. Hauz Khas Village has been a part of many photowalks conducted by various groups.
4. Lodhi Colony
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If you love Graffiti, then Lodhi Colony has a lot to offer. This place is one of the hottest locations for Fashion photography. There are huge graffiti artworks in every lane, the streets are clean and well maintained. The streets are not crowded at all which makes this location good to visit at any time of the day. Each graffiti sets a different mood for your photographs.
5. Garden of Five Senses
Located at Said-Ul-Azaib Village, nearest metro station is Saket metro station. The garden has some amazing rock statues which depict meditation. There is also an amphitheatre with blocks of sandstones. Garden of five senses has almost two hundred varieties of plants and trees. It also hosts art exhibitions and music events.
The list goes on and is under further updation. Keep checking out our website for more.