Check out his cheetah photos


On his 72nd birthday, Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Saturday released two of the eight cheetahs brought from Namibia to a special enclosure in Kuno National Park (KNP) in Madhya Pradesh and clicked some photographs of the spotted animals.

Prime Minister Narendra Modi snaps photos of the cheetahs brought from Namibia and released on Saturday in a special enclosure at Kuno National Park (KNP) in Madhya Pradesh. BEEP

New Delhi: On his 72nd birthday, Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Saturday released eight cheetahs brought from Namibia to a special enclosure in Kuno National Park (KNP) in Madhya Pradesh as part of the feline reintroduction program in India Sept. decades later. has been declared extinct in the country.

He also clicked some photographs of these spotted animals on a professional camera after releasing them into the enclosure. Here are some of the photos he took of the new guests:

PM Modis Loves Photography On Poster Again Check Out His Cheetah Photos

PM Modis Loves Photography On Poster Again Check Out His Cheetah Photos

PM Modis Loves Photography On Poster Again Check Out His Cheetah Photos

PM Modis Loves Photography On Poster Again Check Out His Cheetah Photos

But this is not the first time that the Prime Minister has worn the photographer’s hat. In 2016, while visiting Chhattisgarh to mark the 16th founding day celebrations of the state, he decided to showcase his photography skills. In Naya Raipur, Modi took some photos of a tiger.

In 2015, on World Photography Day, Modi shared a photo from his visit to Seychelles:

The Prime Minister’s photography skills were first seen by members of his party in 1988, a year after his move from the Rashtriya Swayamsevak Sangh (RSS) to the BJP and the party’s first scripted victory in the municipal elections in Ahmedabad , reports CNN-News18. That year PM Modi embarked on Kailash Mansarovar yatra.

Modi, wanted to show his colleagues Lake Manasarovar and the tranquility of the hills. After returning from the yatra, he wanted to show that he was not only an amateur photographer but also someone who could showcase his hobby through transparent sheets. He had specially clicked photographs using the medium so they could be converted into slides and shown to a party colleague via a projector, he said.

Under the banner of the “Club of Karnawati”, the general secretary of Gujarat BJP organized his photo exhibition, at a time when printing images on sheets of transparent film was not common.

According to Ahmedabad-based photographer Shailesh Rawal, when Lal Krishna Advani fought his first Lok Sabha elections since the Gandhinagar siege in 1991, Narendra Modi was juggling political work as General Secretary of Gujarat BJP and improving his skills as a photographer.

At that time, Modi owned a “Yashica SLR” camera. It wasn’t an automatic camera that clicked a perfect image with just the press of a button. SLR cameras were only used by people who had detailed knowledge of aperture, shutter, flash, lens and other photography techniques in order to set them correctly before taking a picture.

Even when digital cameras hit the markets, Modi was as enthusiastic about the new equipment as he was about the older versions of the camera. From the Pentax K1000 to the Canon Mark III camera, the BJP leader has adapted to changes in the world of photography and its development.

With the contribution of the agencies

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