Courses

 

Launching Brand new Workshop on Advanced Composition : Art of Framing and Street Photography

 

About Workshop

 

DPC Presents composition and advanced composition workshop to enable and empower you to click better pictures. This high Quality content is based on the inputs from the Stanford University professor  Mark Levoy’s photography workshop.During the workshop we will be working on composition and various techniques to see pictures and create better pictures  

 

Trust us this is the best photography workshop one can ever attend 

 

Workshop Content and Highlights:

 

· Rules of Composition and common composition

· Rule of thirds , Rule of odds and other rules.

· Learning good Composition

· Lines as pectoral elements & arrangement of Light

· Light as decorative element  

· Shapes , Patterns and repeated Patterns 

· Rhythm and Texture 

· Lighting and pictorial Design

· Colors and pectoral Design 

· Symmetry and asymmetry 

· Framing and Dynamic Framing

 

Workshop USP:

 

· Classes only on Weekends

· Indoor and Outdoor , hands on workshop

· Outdoor Practical session with instructor 

· Assignment for practice at home 

· Opportunity to interact with instructors/peers.

· Send your works for review and feedback

· Certificate of participation

 

Who can join?

 

Students 

Amateurs & Beginners

Professionals

New camera buyers

Aspiring artists

Home makers and Mothers

Keen on improving photos 

 

Requirements:

Loads of enthusiasm and a DSLR camera or Digital Point n shoot and basics of Photography and know how of the camera 

 

Workshop Fee: Rs 12500

Days : Sat and Sunday     

Time : 1.00 pm to 4.00 pm 

DPC Presents full day workshop on Post processing in Lightroom .

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

Date : 25 August  2019
Time : 11am to 6 pm

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

About the Instructor

Anoop Ray grew up in a quaint town, Kishangarh-Bas, nestled between the Aravallis, Rajasthan. He completed his BFA in Painting from Amity University, Noida in 2013. He earned his Diploma in Photography from Academy for Photographic Excellence, New Delhi in 2009. Ray works predominantly in the Medium of the photograph.

His photographic work revolves around personal narratives and vanishing cultures. He made a small handmade photo book Alta (Traditional Vermillion) on the last rites of his mother. His project Friends and Their Friends portrays the intimate relationships among his friends as they changed over the years. His portraits from the series Theatre of Real Life documents the elderly people in Ahmedabad in Gujarat. He has revisited his ancestral hometown to document Mother Teresa’s Legacy in West Bengal and has extensively documented the dying Gadia Lohar tribe in Rajasthan.

Ray has exhibited at India Habitat Centre, Alliance Française, IGNCA and NID amongst other places in India. He has also exhibited at Kolga Tbilisi Photo 2016 in Georgia & The Galerie Lichtblick in Germany., his work titled Friends and Their Friends is being exhibited at the FotoFest International 2018 in Houston And Serendipity Arts Festival 2018, Goa, India. Currently, his work is exhibiting at Landskrona museum, Landskrona foto 2019, Sweden.

Ray has awarded with 20,000USD "Career-changing Award" by the Inaugural Charles Jing Fellowships at the FotoFest International 2018 in Houston, USA. 

This photography course is unique in many ways

·         Sessions only on Saturdays and Sundays

·         Important concepts explained in a more practical manner

·         Combination of indoor and outdoor classes for hands on experience

·         Theory and Practical

·         Small group to ensure individual attention to each participant

·         Certificate of participation at the successful completion of course

 

Course content for the 2.5 Month Foundation Course

·         List of Course Modules

·         Module 1: Introduction to photography

·         Module 2: The world of digital photography& Photography types and categories

·         Module 3: Exposure explained and Shutter speed  and Aperture explained

·         Module 4: Types of Lenses and their significance and usage

·         Module 5: Basic composition

·         Module 6: Advanced composition

·         Module 7: A detailed look at light , Color and White Balance

·         Module 8: Photographing in black and white

·         Module 9: Shooting travel, Light Painting , Startrails , Time lapses

·         Module 10: Landscape, seascape, cloudscape

·         Module 11: Effective portrait photography, Creative photography and Environmental Portraiture

·         Module 12: Overview of editing software and Lightroom detailed worksflow and Image editing

·         Module 13: Tricks, techniques, special effects

·         Module 14: Common mistakes and how to avoid them

·         Module 15: Developing photographic diaries

 

How to keep your cool when the stakes are high and situation is very demanding 

 

  Course details: Beginners Photography Workshop 

 Workshop Highlight

  • Classes only on Sundays 
  • Know your camera and what it can do for you
  • Use different lighting situations to create drama in photos
  • Learn principles of composition and framing
  • Know why some pictures are more appealing than others
  • What and how do you click pictures to create the 'WOW' effect!
  • Functions covered--exposure (over & under), flash, white balance, depth of field, ISO

Workshop Benefits

  1. Smaller batch size to ensure individual interaction and attention
  2. Opportunity to interact with instructors/peers for as long as you want 
  3. You can also send your works for review and feedback even after the workshop is over
  4. Certificate of participation 
  5. Your photos become eligible for showcasing in the club events

Profile of previous participants

Previous participants of these workshops have been college students, working professionals, home makers, and between 14 years to 45 years of age.

Requirements

Loads of enthusiasm and any digital camera :)

Course details: Beginners Photography Workshop 

 Workshop Highlight

  • Classes only on Sundays 
  • Know your camera and what it can do for you
  • Use different lighting situations to create drama in photos
  • Learn principles of composition and framing
  • Know why some pictures are more appealing than others
  • What and how do you click pictures to create the 'WOW' effect!
  • Functions covered--exposure (over & under), flash, white balance, depth of field, ISO

Workshop Benefits

  1. Smaller batch size to ensure individual interaction and attention
  2. Opportunity to interact with instructors/peers for as long as you want 
  3. You can also send your works for review and feedback even after the workshop is over
  4. Certificate of participation 
  5. Your photos become eligible for showcasing in the club events

Profile of previous participants

Previous participants of these workshops have been college students, working professionals, home makers, and between 14 years to 65 years of age.

Requirements

Loads of enthusiasm and any digital camera :)

 Course details: Beginners Photography Workshop 

 Workshop Highlight

  • Classes only on Weekdays 
  • Know your camera and what it can do for you
  • Use different lighting situations to create drama in photos
  • Learn principles of composition and framing
  • Know why some pictures are more appealing than others
  • What and how do you click pictures to create the 'WOW' effect!
  • Functions covered--exposure (over & under), flash, white balance, depth of field, ISO

Workshop Benefits

  1. Smaller batch size to ensure individual interaction and attention
  2. Opportunity to interact with instructors/peers for as long as you want 
  3. You can also send your works for review and feedback even after the workshop is over
  4. Certificate of participation 
  5. Your photos become eligible for showcasing in the club events

Profile of previous participants

Previous participants of these workshops have been college students, working professionals, home makers, and between 19 years to 45 years of age.

Requirements

Loads of enthusiasm and any digital camera :)

Courses Dates & Timing Venue Maximum
Seats
Available
Seats
Fees Registration
Fees
Interested?
Advanced Composition : Art of Framing and Street Photography  View course detail 27 July - 11 Aug 1.00 pm to 4.00 pm Bldg No 5 D, II Floor Shahpur Jat New Delhi 5 5 12500 1501
Master Class Lightroom View course detail 25 Aug 11.00 am to 6.00 pm Building 5 D, Second Floor Shahpur Jat , New Delhi 10 9 3000 1000
2.5 Month Foundation Course  View course detail 10 Aug
4.00 pm - 7.00 pm
Bldg No. 5 D, II Floor, Shahpur Jat, New Delhi 8 3 25000 2500
Beginners Photography Workshop View course detail 01 Sep to 29 Sep 2.00 pm - 4.00 pm Bldg No. 5 D, II Floor, Shahpur Jat , New Delhi 8 7 6600 601
Beginners Photography Workshop View course detail 18 Aug - 15 Sep 11.30 am - 1.30 pm Bldg No. 5 D, II Floor, Shahpur Jat Village, New Delhi 8 7 6600 600
Beginners Photography Workshop (weekdays) View course detail 12 Aug -16 Aug
3.00 pm - 5.00 pm
Bldg No. 5 D, II Floor, Shahpur Jat, New Delhi 5 5 6000 1000

Events

Sunder Nursery is bestowed with the first arboretum (botanical garden of trees), a bonsai house, and is home to 80 species of birds, 36 butterfly species and 280 native trees. Delhiites now have a new heritage park that is as good as the popular Lodhi Garden. The nursery came up during the British rule and in 1950 a renowned botanist whose name is unknown gifted a bonsai collection to the nursery.

 

A walk through the massive heritage garden — dotted with flower beds, raised sandstone pathways and marble fountains — takes one to the six monuments that were given World Heritage designation by UNESCO in 2016

 

The Lakkarwala Burj, Sunder Burj, Sunderwala Mahal, Mirza Muzaffar Hussain’s Tomb, Chitra Batashewala and an unknown Mughal Tomb fall under this category. Although, little is know about who built them.

 

Designed by landscape architect Late M Shaheer, Sunder Nursery has a 550m ornamental central vista that starts from the entrance zone of Humayun’s Tomb. An official said the landscape master plan derived inspiration from “traditional Indian concept of congruency between nature, garden and utility coupled with environmental conservation” for a truly urban scale work.

 

The gardens along the central vista, inspired by Mughal traditions, have lotus-shaped marble fountains. Water flows through geometric flowerbeds and raised sandstone pathways. A lake on the northern edge of the central vista will have walkways, seats and pavilions along the edges. An amphitheatre has also been built for cultural events. The lake would collect rainwater and also serve as a reservoir for emergency use. 

 

Officials said the nursery has over 300 tree species, some not found elsewhere in Delhi. Over 80 bird species have also been recorded. As an added attraction for children, an educational resource on Delhi’s ecology has also been set up for the 5,00,000 schoolchildren who visit the adjoining Humayun’s Tomb annually. This 20-acre micro-habitat zone showcases plants of the Ridge, and the riverine, marshy landscapes that were once found in Delhi.

 

The heritage aspect is striking too. There are 15 Mughal monuments within the nursery, some under ASI and some unprotected. These have been conserved by AKTC over the years. In 2016, Unesco extended the world heritage designation to 12 monuments.

 
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 ! :) 

 
DPC presents exclusive photowalk Durga idol making
Delhi Photography Club invites you for a heritage photowalk to the The Durga Idol Making, at Chittranjan Park, on 15th Sep, Saturday. The walk will start at 08.30 am and will end at 10.00 am.
​How to reach there:
By Metro : Nearest station - Nehru Place and/or Hauz Khas
Auto/Cab : please reach at Kalibari Temple, Chitranjan Park Near market no 4
 
See you there at 8.30 am at Kalibari Temple, Chitranjan Park Near market no 4
About Delhi Photography Club
 
Delhi Photography Club was setup with the intent of taking photography homes. The purpose of the DPC is to stimulate, enable, and nurture a fraternity of photography enthusiasts for mutual benefit.
 
Due to fast changing internet and mobile devices space, many more people are consuming photos. We want people to store their memories more beautifully. The club is perhaps the first initiative of this kind in the entire country.
 
To offer situations to practice photography, we do free photo walks every month. For learning the technique, we have workshops for various levels (beginner and intermediate), for motivation, we offer memberships and finally for platform, we have these exhibitions. The club also helps the underserved children to express themselves creatively through its outreach activities.
As a club, we have brought together businessmen, diplomats, doctors, lawyers, homemakers, students and children and helped them in their creative expression using a camera.

DPC Heritage Photowalk to Potters Village 

 

 The potters of this village rely solely on their craft for their livelihood. You can appreciate the sharp contrast between the urban and rural parts of Delhi. Observe the daily activities and rituals of the locals. Our guide will also help you to strike a conversation with the potter community. Try your hand at the potter’s wheel. Kids playing some traditional Indian games in narrow streets make for a good camera-shot. And don’t forget to take back some memories, they have a small souvenir shop as well.

  • Cultural interaction with the potters
  • Observing different types of pottery processes
  • Traditional Indian pottery
  • Ofcourse you can buy

How to Reach
Nearest metro station is Uttam Nagar

 

Note:


We accept 45 people for the walk (to better manage the logisitcs  and have a small group for the walk leader). 2 days prior to the walk you will get a admin mail containing all the details of the walk.
 

 

Taj and Mansoon ( Photo Trip )  17-18 August

 

Rejoice Photography Lovers!!  We are going for a photo capture trip to Agra and near by places of intrest a place full of  people, faces, landscape, mornings and evenings shot providing photo-opportunity in abundance!

 

Highlights

·         A 2 day 1 nights trip to  Agra and surroundings

·         Opportunity to interact with like minded fellow photography enthusiasts

·         Small group (11 people)

·         You only need loads of Enthusiasm :)

 

Journey Details: The details are as follows:

Day 1

·         We will be leaving starting 17th August early morning at 6 AM in Tempo Traveller

·         Reach Agra at 10 AM and visiting Red Fort 

·         Lunch at Agra

·         Reach the backside of Taj (the other bank of yamuna) for capturing Taj at dusk.

·         Home stay at a guest house in Agra

Day 2 

·         5 AM: Visit Taj Mahal for morning photographs when there's no crowd and traffic.

·         930 am: Breakfast

·         we will visit Fatehpur Sikri- or Imtiudallah 

·         5 pm: Start back for Delhi 

Optional : Boat Ride in Yamuma for more action

 

Stay: will be on twin sharing basis in a home stay environment.
Mode of travel: We will be travelling in an AC TEMPO traveller together.

Gear: Agra offers some breath taking morning and evening shots. Hence wide angle lens and a tripod is advised because we will do low light shot in evening and morning with reflection of Tajmahal . 

 

Requirements 

·         You have to be a lover of learning photography first of all

·         Any camera is just fine for this trip. However, in the past trips, people with DSLRs have benefitted more

·         Comfortable shoes as we have to walk around a lot

·         Identity proof (any govt document)

·         Adaptability--The rooms are on twin sharing basis! :)

Expenses covered: Group transfers, Food,  boarding and lodging

What gear to take: your camera, tripod, wide angle lenses and zoom lenses (depending on what your interest is).

Fee: Rs. 5800 per person (Includes travel, food, lodging and entry tickets. Does not include tickets for camera and equipment if any)

For DPC members, the fee is 5200 per person. 

 The magnificent Mehrauli Archaeological Park, adjacent to the Qutb Minar Complex, hides more than eighty historical marvels housing monuments that date back to the time period of Prithviraj Chauhan.

 
The park compares with any archaeological site worldwide for its rich concentration of a diverse range of architectural heritage in a landscaped setting. The main attractions include the mosque and tomb of Jamali Kamali, a stepwell and residence of a British official.
 
The Jamali Kamali mosque was built in 1528 in honour of the Sufi saint Shaikh Hamid bin Fazlullah, also known as Dervish Shaikh Jamali Kamboh Dihlawi or Jalal Khan. The saint's tomb built in 1536 upon his death is adjacent to the mosque.
 
Several attractions like Gateway of Balaban’s Tomb, ruins from Balab’n’s Era (Ruined Village), Metcalf’s Canopy, Boat House, Metcalf’s Bridge, Stable, Tomb with SandStone Jharokhas, Gatehouse, Walled Mosque, Sarai, Mughal Tomb, Rajon ki Baoli, Gandhak Ki Baoli etc. make the park a splendid place for the purpose of photography. 
 
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How to reach there:
 
Metro : Nearest station - Qutub
 
Auto/Cab : Ask to be dropped at Jamali Kamali ( near Lado Sarai ) and then come to Bhul bhulia near mehrauli Bus stand. 
 
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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. :)
 
2 days prior to the walk, we send out the confirmation mails.
 
 
carry your water bottle and wear comfortable shoes :)
 
See you there! 
During this season Lodhi garden offer beautiful colors of flowers and Nature .
 
Enjoy the amazing blue sky of Delhi this Feb 
 
During British Raj, it was landscaped by Lady Willingdon, wife of Governor-General of India, Marquess of Willingdon, and hence named the 'Lady Willingdon Park' upon its inauguration on April 9, 1936, and 1947, after Independence, it was given its present name, Lodi Gardens.
As there is little architecture from these two periods remaining in India, Lodi Gardens is an important place of preservation. The tomb of Mohammed Shah is visible from the road, and is the earliest structure in the gardens. The architecture is characterised by the octagonal chamber, with stone chhajjas on the roof and guldastas on the corners.
 
The tomb of Mohammed Shah, the last of the Sayyid dynasty rulers, the earliest of the tombs in the garden, was built in 1444 by Ala-ud-din Alam Shah as a tribute to Mohammed Shah.
After the 15th century Sayyid and Lodi dynasties, two villages grew around the monuments, but the villagers were relocated in 1936 in order to create the gardens.
Another tomb within the gardens is that of Sikander Lodi, which is similar to Mohammed Shah's tomb, though without the chhatris, it was built by his son Ibrahim Lodi in 1517, the last of Sultan of Delhi from Lodi dynasty, as he was defeated by Babur.
It is a simple rectangular structure on a high platform approached by a flight of steps. The tomb was renovated by the British, and an inscription mentioning Ibrahim Lodi's defeat at the hands of Babur and the renovation was included in 1866.

Note:Closest Metro Station : Jor Bagh 

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 :)

 

 
Events Dates & Timing Venue Maximum
Seats
Available
Seats
Fees Registration
Fees
Interested?
Worldwide Photowalk 2019  View course detail 05 Oct 4.30 pm -6.30 pm Potters Colony 60 22 Free 00
DPC Sunder Nursery Photowalk View course detail 10th August 8 am to 10 am Sunder Nursey 30 0 Free 0
DPC Photowalk Duga idol making View course detail 21st Sep 08.30 am 10.00 am C R Park 30 0 Free 00
DPC Heritage Photowalk to Potters Village View course detail 13th Oct 2019 4.00 pm to 6.00 Pm Potters Colony Uttam Nagar 30 2 Free 0
Taj and Mansoon : DPC Photo Trip View course detail 17-18 Aug Agra and Around 11 2 5800 2000
Heritage Photo Walk : Mehrauli Archaeological Park View course detail 08th Sep 8:00 am - 9:30 am Mehrauli Archaeological Park 30 0 Free Free
Hues of Lodhi Garden & Tomb View course detail Date: 25 th Aug 2019
Timing: 5.00 PM - 7.00 PM
Lodhi Garden 30 0 Free 0

Membership

 

 
DPC’s Privilege Membership is now open!
 
Join the exclusive group of enthusiasts and share your passion of photography, motivate, learn, and be inspired. 
 
As a Premium member, you become part of the select few who have taken a decided step to take photography beyond a casual interest (beyond uploads on social media pages and vacation shots). 
 
Premium Membership

 We have opened the club membership of DPC for the year. As a Premium member, you become part of the select few who have taken a decided step to take photography beyond a casual interest (beyond uploads on social media pages and vacation shots)

 

Membership Benefits

Ø  One day workshops free on :-

1.    Basics of DSLR

2.    Understanding Focus,

3.    Understanding Exposure,

4.    Understanding Metering and White Balance,

5.    Beyond Auto Mode in your Camera

Ø  50% discount on DPC signature Photography Workshop for Beginners(Self)

Ø  Get the advantage to upgrade to privilege membership at pro rata basis

Ø  Unlimited free photowalks (no registrations required on website)

Ø  Avail 12 guided photowalks on Saturdays to take you around Delhi.

Ø  Weekly Assignment to be updated on your email id.

Ø  Monthly Photo review sessions for DPC Heritage Photowalks

Ø  Monthly Photo review sessions for DPC photo trips

Ø  Tea Talk sessions with senior photographers exclusively for club members

Ø  Attend Photo review sessions online

Ø  Develop your portfolio and get a review by DPC club mentors

Ø  Avail an opportunity to exhibit your photographs at DPC Lounge

Ø  Member photos are showcased on DPC website and DPC facebook page

Ø  Create photo gallery on DPC Website

Ø  Enjoy preference on DPC Photo Trips

Ø  You get first notification for all DPC activities, so that you never miss out on any

Ø  Advise on upgrading/ buying camera, lenses, accessories

Ø  Get an opportunity to be in the executive body of the club

Ø  Know of BEST Deals and discounts directly from camera and accessory companies

Ø  Discounts: Up to 20 % discounts on all paid activities by DPC

Membership Fee:                             Rs.10,000/- per annum

 
 
Who should join?
 
1. Photography enthusiasts irrespective of the camera (you can have DSLR or a digital camera) 
 
2- Who wants to click photos to express themselves and enjoy
 
 
Membership Fee:                           INR 10000 per annum

Renewal Existing Members :                                     INR 8000

For senior citizens:                         INR   8000 per annum
 
 
If you wish to pay through cheque or cash, please mail to hi@delhiphotographyclub.com or visit us

 

Membership Dates & Timing Venue Maximum
Seats
Available
Seats
Fees Registration
Fees
Interested?
DPC Premium Membership View course detail 11.00 am - 6:00 pm Tuesday closed. Bldg No. 5 D, II Floor, Shahpur Jat , New Delhi-49 25 21 10000 5000
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