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DPC Photo Bus Trip To Bharatpur 15-16 Dec 2018

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DPC’s next Photo bus trip is all set for Bharatpur Bird Sanctuary / Keoladeo National Park ) a paradise for the avian world and a pilgrimage for the bird lovers. This is going to be a 2 day/ 1 night stay in Bharatpur photo capture trip to take some breathtaking photos, learn photography from peers, and be your creative self 24×7 leaving office and work behind!The Keoladeo National Park or Keoladeo Ghana National Park formerly known as the Bharatpur Bird Sanctuary in Rajasthan, India is a famous avifauna sanctuary that sees (or saw) thousands of rare and highly endangered birds such as the Siberian Crane come here during the winter season. Over 230 species of birds are known to have made the National Park their home. It is also a major tourist centre with scores of ornithologists arriving here in the hibernate season. It was declared a protected sanctuary in 1971. It is also a declared World Heritage Site.

The details for this trip are as follows:

15th December (Saturay):
Travel Details: Leave Delhi for Bharatpur
Meeting Place: IIT Delhi, main gate
Timings: 5.00 am (pls be there 15mins prior to departure)
Breakfast on the way to Bharatpur
Reach Bharatpur checking in at Guest House and after Lunch rushing to National Park and clicking till the sunset.
Dinner and Camp fire at Guest House

16th December (Sunday):
Early morning getting ready for the Photographing through the day at National Park
Coming out of the park for lunch
Start back at 6.00 after the sunset .
Dinner on the way

Other Important Details:
Stay: will be on twin sharing basis in a home stay environment at guest house
Gear: You may carry tripods , Zoom Lenses and wide-angle lenses. Carry woollens and comfortable shoes, shades and sunscreen. A digital camera, batteries and memory card all set! And needless to say enthusiasm in abundance!
Mode of Travel: We will be travelling by 16 seater tempo Traveller.
Meal: Simple vegetarian meals will be provided by the club.
The group will follow the itinerary mentioned above, however if one wants to visit places at one owns will, can visit accordingly on their own.
Fee (per person): Rs 6000/- and Rs.5000/- for members (including registration fee).
Fee includes travel & group transfers, stay & meals, ticket to park.

Does not Include : Tickets of the Camera and Rickshaw ride in the sanctuary.

 

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DPC heritage Photowalk to yamuna Ghat

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Back on P0pular Demand

DPC announces brand new Heritage photowalk to the Ghats of Yamuna.

A unique place to click people , portrait and amazing landscapes with migrant birds.

Big rivers have throughout history been important to the development of capitals. This Photowalk is dedicated to the Yamuna river that has been an important yet silent witness to Delhi’s history. The tour starts from the Yamuna at Nigambodh Ghat which unfolds the ritualistic devotion of how the Hindus treat the historic river.

The Yamuna is a goddess to the eyes of her devotees despite its current struggles with pollution. Topping it off with an unforgettable view of the Jama Masjid back through the streets of Old Delhi, discovering the Yamuna route is truly a unique and memorable experience.

The beginning of legend: Nigambodh ghat seen from across the river. These are the sacred waters within which Brahma recovered the book of knowledge and the powers of divinity, which he had lost. Nigambodh Ghat is thus a place of ending, it marks the finality of the mortal core; but it is also the source of a regeneration of immortal wisdom, of sacred knowledge. Death and immortality exist together.

The great epics and sacred texts tell us about the beauty and power of the river Yamuna. This is the daughter of the sun god; sister of Yama, the god of death; lover of Krishna; sister to that other great river goddess, Ganga.The Gods themselves, Brahma and Shiva, are said to worship her.

The Ras Lila paintings of Lord Krishna consorting with his gopis are magical, ethereal, depictions of the river surrounded by lush sacred groves. On her banks, the great Sufi saint Nizamuddin Aulia spread his divine message. This is a river revered through antiquity; a river by which a unique culture flourished.

Today, however, as the Yamuna winds her course through the 22 kilometer stretch of Delhi, she bears no resemblance to her legend. Decades of wanton disregard have turned her into nothing more than a stinking sewer that is biologically ‘dead’ as it flows out of Delhi.

Yet there is a little stretch, a place where the story of Indraprastha begins; the story of the Pandavas, the story of Delhi. Here, despite the filth and degradation. From Nigambodh Ghat to the Lal Pul or the Old Iron Bridge, you discover ways of life that are still intertwined with the river and its sacred avatar.

Nearest Metro Kashmere Gate or Red Fort on the Heritage Lane

Please Note : if you register and confirm that you will be attending and do not turn up, you have denied someone as enthusiastic as you, a chance of the walk. Therefore, please register and confirm only if you are reasonably certain to make it on the day :)
Wear comfortable shoes, carry your water bottle and keep your camera batteries charged ! :)

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DPC announces brand new Workshop on Photo editing with VJ sharma

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AGENDA – (Essentially Library and Develop of Lightroom)

– Introduction to Adobe Lightroom Pro.

– A Digital Dark-Room.

– Understanding why Lightroom is an important Software for a Photographer.

– How it is different from Adobe Photoshop.

– Lightroom Workflow for Photographers who go for various Photo-Shoots of different types.

– Workspace and Setup of Lightroom.

– Do Quality work by saving time – Better Organize your Photo-Shoots.

– Cataloging, Backup and Archiving.

– Basic tools and their use.

–  Reading Histogram to decide further processing of Photographs.

– Understanding Editing in ‘Develop Module’ of Adobe Lightroom.

– Adjusting Image Color and Tone.

– Working in Grayscale.

– Retouching and correcting photographs.

– Basics of Correcting Lens Distortions and noise.

– Basics of Export and Slideshow creation.

– Creating Online portfolio.

Requirements

  • All DPC workshops require you to have loads of enthusiasm.
  • People with laptop and Lightroom installed 
  • You can have a DSLR and you know how to use your camera features

Who Should attend

  • Photography Enthusiasts .
  • Students of photography and art
  • Hobbyists and enthusiast photographers
  • wedding Photographers 
  • Persuing careers in Photography
  • Working photographers who wish to hone their skill and learn from the expert

 

Workshop Fee

Rs 3000    ( open to all)

Rs 2500 for DPC members

Rs 2000 for ( people who attended this workshop previously at DPC)

 

To register www.delhiphotographyclub.com/register or call 8826712162 for more details

About the Instructor 

VJ  Sharma –  A Software Engineer by the day and a blogger by the night, VJ tries to find photography related opportunities whenever he gets time during weekends or holidays. He hails from Himachal Pradesh, India and have been brought up amidst imposing natural beauty of the Himalayas. A desire to capture this beauty led to an interest in photography. He has since then honed his skills through a professional photography course and intense practice. Apart from Nature photography, he also dabbles in Architecture, Product, and Sports photography.

 

VJ loves practicing and discussing Digital photography and post processing.

 

 

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Introduction to Studio Lighting with Nilayjyoti Talukdar

 

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Introduction to studio lighting.

In this two day workshop on studio lighting we will cover six different types of lighting.

Hi-key and Low Key lighting
Split lighting
loop , Rembrandt and butterfly
3-point lighting
It will also be covering inverse square law of lighting
Product , Food, portrait and Fashion.

First day will be theory followed by hands on practical.

Beginning of the practical will be introduction to studio: Do and Don’ts in studio, features of studio light, maintaining a studio, taking care of studio equipment, Knowing the light stands, soft box.

Key Features of the workshop:
As it will be a detailed workshop on studio lighting, It will mainly emphasize on portraits as one can deeply understand lighting on human figure. But as the workshop contains different types of lighting and it will be the base of all kinds of lighting, so one light any kind of products, food, portrait or fashion after this workshop.

Requirements
All DPC workshops require you to have loads of enthusiasm.You can have a DSLR and you know how to use your camera features

Who Should attend

Photography Enthusiasts .

Students of photography and art

Studio owners

Pursuing careers in Photography

Working photographers who wish to hone their skill and learn from the expert

Workshop Fee
Rs 3000 ( open to all)
Rs 2500 for DPC members

To register www.delhiphotographyclub.com/register or call 8826712162 for more details

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DPC Annouces kids photography Workshop this summer

Creativity with Camera for Children
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Announcing the Creativity with Camera for Children workshop. A simple non-technical workshop spread over two days to help children express themselves creatively using simple cameras.

Highlights

1-Non technical instruction

2-Spread over Sat and Sun

3-Plenty of fun and practicals

4-Selected photos are exhibited at Nicefoto2018 exhibition at India Habitat Center

What is covered

1-Important buttons and functions of camera that we don’t use

2-Using flash creatively

3-Composition and framing

4-Portraiture –solo, couple, group

5-Under and over exposure for cool effects

6-Photography in low light

What do you have to bring

1-Enthusiasm!

2-Digital camera

3-Charged batteries and a memory card

Other details

Duration: 1.5 hours each day (Mon, Tue, Wed & Thur)
Time : 11.00 am to 12.30 pm


Age: Anyone aged between 8 and 14 yrs
Fee: 3500/-

Group: upto 8 (first come first serve basis)

Important: This is not a workshop for children to ace or excel in photography. Pl dont attend or send your child to attend if you want him to ace, excel photography or be the best in the group. DPC endeavors to make photography fun–ONLY!


You can register online @ www.delhiphotographyclub.com/register

 

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DPC announces Phototrip to Spiti

 

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In the month of August, we are  again going to Spiti, to witness and capture the most beautiful monasteries, landscapes and the local people. Its going to be a six day trip. We will be going by road.

Kindly pre-book with us, in case you are interested in going.

 

Itinerary 

Day 1. 11th August   Delhi to Rampur Busher   Stay at Rampur Busher 

Day 2. 12th August  Rampur to  Tabo

 DAY 3: 13 th  August   Tabo to kaza.    ( Night Stay at Kaza)

DAY 4: 14 th  August    Dhankar , Village Rama , Demul     (Night Stay at Kaza)

DAY 5: 15 th  August.    Ki and Khibbar Monastery   (Night stay at Kaza)

DAY 6: 16 th  August    Langza Komin Hikkim.  Stay At kaza

DAY 7: 17 th  August    Nightstay at Chandrataal

DAY 8: 18 th  August    Starting Back  

DAY 9: 19 th  August    Reaching Delhi 

 

Other Important Details

 

Stay: will be on twin sharing basis in a home stay environment.

Mode of travel: We will be traveling in an AC TEMPO traveller together.

Gear: You can carry tripods and wide angle lenses for cameras. Any camera is good for this trip so long as it digital. For yourself, please carry wollen cloths , comfortable shoes, take hats/caps, shades and sunscreen!

Fee (per person)         : 25000 (including registration fee)

For  DPC Members     : 23000

Fee includes travel & group transfers, stay and meals

Please note : If there is any special need please do let us  know in advance . For any medical requirements please share the history so that if required we may carry the medications to avoid any mishap.

 

Feel free to call us for further clarifications 8826712162

 

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DPC Heritage photowalk to Najaf Khan Tomb 20th may 2018

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DPC Heritage Photowalk to Najaf Khan Tomb

 

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The Tomb of Najaf Khan lies opposite Safdarjung Airport which is situated towards the eastern side of the Delhi-Mehrauli Road and in close proximity to Safdarjung’s Tomb. It is easily accessible by local buses, auto rickshaws and hired cabs. Mirza Najaf Khan was probably born sometime in the year 1722 AD though there is no conclusive evidence to this fact. He was an Adventurer who relocated to India and became a noble in the Imperial courts of Mughal Emperor Shah Alam III. A Persian by native, his ancestry lineage traces back to Prince Safavi, a royal Persian dynasty that was overthrown by Nader Shah in 1735 AD.

Mirza Najaf Khan passed away on 26th April 1782 after serving the Country for 42 years and within six years of his demise, the Mughal Empire became feeble when its Military Forces ceased to exist. He never had a son and hence was survived by his adopted son named Najaf Quli Khan, who later, converted to Hinduism and paved his own way and a biological daughter named Fatima.

Najaf Khan was buried in a separate enclosure that lies next to Safdarjung Airport in Delhi. His Tomb is constructed in a ‘Charbagh’ or ‘Four-square Garden’ style which is typical of a Mughal as well as Persian style of architecture.

There are two marble cenotaphs next to the Tomb site of Najaf Khan with inscriptions revealing that Najaf Khan is buried in one grave and the other is where his daughter, Fatima, lies buried after she died in 1820 AD. The real graves are situated way below (underground) in the heart of the chamber just underneath the raised platform.

Today, Najaf Khan’s Tomb is survived by a wall enclosing the Garden area where his Tomb sits and an entrance doorway on the eastern side; all in ruins, however, a newly planted and reasonably maintained garden now dresses the enclosure of the Tomb site.

Ways to reach:

By metro: The nearest metro station is Jor Bagh. Take an auto from there to reach the Najaf khan tomb.

By car: You can park the car at the Najaf khan tomb

Kindly note

1-There is no charge for anything else (no fee to be paid to the facilitator ). However, tickets for camera etc., to enter any specific monument will have to be borne by the individual.

2-Any sort of soliciting or promoting any product or service among the photowalkers is a strict NO. These photowalks are to encourage amateur photographers and beginners to come out and enjoy photography, please help us maintain the spirit.

3-Some people want to help us. There are two ways,

a-tell about the club to as many of your friends as possible and ask them to join us either on the Facebook page (look for Delhi Photography Club, non-profit organization)   when you search on Facebook

b-send us photos clicked in the walk so that we may upload them in the club’s album

4-Please bring your water bottles, shades, and wear comfortable shoes as it will be hot and sunny.

5- Please send 10-15 photos zipped and compressed to virendra@delhiphotographyclub.com after the walk for submission to DPC facebook album.

For any clarifications, call Virendra 8826712162

 

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DPC announces photo Trip to Ranthambore

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Rejoice Photography Lovers!! Continuing the series of looking hot with camera this summer   
Let’s meet the tiger and share some memories

We are going for a photo capture trip to Tiger land of Ranthambore

This is going to be a 2 day/ 2 night (stay in Ranthambore) wildlife photocapture trip to take some breathtaking photos, learn photography from peers, and be your creative self 24×7 leaving office and work behind!

The details for this trip are as follows:

We are going by Tempo Traveller.

11th May (Friday ): Night

Timings: 9.30 pm IIT main gate (pls be there 30mins prior to departure)

Overnight journey to Ranthambore  via Alwar and Dausa

12th May (Saturday)

Reach Ranthambore at 5.30am
Going for the First Tiger Safari at Ranthambore tiger forest Reserve

Check-in at Tent   with Swimming pool

Post lunch : Going for the safari at Ranthambore tiger forest Reserve

Dinner

13thMay (Sunday): Early morning getting ready for the Safari No 3 at 6.30 am

Coming back to resort and after breakfast leaving the tents

 

Visiting the Chand Bowli at Abhaneri ( famous place from hindi movie paheli)

 

Reaching Delhi by 11 pm on sunday

Other Important Details:

Stay: will be on twin sharing basis in Tent Resort with Swimming pool.

Gear: You may carry tripods and wide-angle lenses and of course zoom lenses. Comfortable shoes, shades and sunscreen are important things to carry. A digital camera, batteries and memory card all set! And needless to say – enthusiasm in abundance!

Mode of Travel: We will be travelling by Tempo traveller.

Meal:  Simple vegetarian meals will be provided by the club.
The group will follow the itinerary mentioned above, however if one wants to visit places at one owns will, can visit accordingly on their own.

Fee (per person): Rs 13500/- and Rs.11000/- for members (including registration fee). Fee includes travel & group transfers, stay & meals.

Please carry the rest of the amount with you (only cash) :) You can also pay the remaining amount at our club in Shahpur Jat Village.
Please note: If for any reason you are not able to come, the registered amount is non-refundable due to advance on accommodation reservations.