What’s cooking?

We drop in on one of our favourite Rajasthan villages to meet old friends over supper. Just happened to have our cameras handy…

No country for old men

In Nagaland's deep jungle, we meet warriors who were at the top of their game — until the game changed.

Pushkar Camel Fair photography tour - People and culture photo

Shooting Diwali in Rajasthan

As Pushkar Camel Fair becomes overloaded with photographers, timing is everything…

A woman of the Padaung (long neck) tribe sits contemplatively in her home.

Portraits of Myanmar

A Myanmar photography tour is not just about amazing places. It's also about the stunning faces.

In Gujarat, India, a farmer from the pastoral Ahir tribe poses good-humouredly for an impromptu photograph.

Gujarat encounters: Where I go, my radio goes

In Gujarat, India, we run into a radio-crazy Ahir farmer with a shrewd grasp of world affairs.

Despite being illegal across India, the ancient and bloody sport of cockfighting thrives in villages across the country.

Angry birds: India’s bloody cockfighting business

Revered by many and reviled by others, cockfighting thrives in India.

Before and after each wrestling match, Kushti wrestlers rub a special mix of dirt and other ingredients into their skin.

Paydirt: Shooting India’s Kushti wrestlers

There's photographic gold in India's dirt wrestling tradition – Kushti.

Pushkar Camel Fair photography tour - People and culture photo

India’s chai: The cup that cheers

India's roadside tea stalls are an eye-opening experience for photographers and tea-lovers.

Burma photography tour: Bagan section

Burma – a changing landscape

Burma's opening-up brings massive change — and some of it means changing opportunities for photographers.

Holy men on the banks of the Ganges River at Varanasi.

Varanasi: A matter of life and death

Varanasi's photography tour opportunities are extraordinary — and occasionally overwhelming…