DPC Announces Brand new workshop on taking your photos to next level.

Art of Visual Story Telling 

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Now that you’ve got a handle on your DSLR settings, it’s time to take your photography to the next level! Skilled photographer at Delhi Photography Club  will teach you pro tips of Photo Stories and photo essay .and lightroom  tricks. Dive into unique and more complex shooting techniques and methods to get the most out of your DSLR camera. You’ll learn about capturing more dynamic images, try out new concepts, and practice some post-production tricks to get the image you want. If you have a laptop with Photoshop installed, bring it along. If not, we’ll provide plenty of paper and pens for note taking!

 

Workshop Content and Highlights:

Understanding and creating the concepts .

How to Research

Photo stories

Photo Essays

Tricks and tips for light and speed trails ,Star trails

Editing tools more effectively and efficiently on Lightroom.

 

Workshop USP:

· Classes only on Weekdays 

· 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 this workshop?

Students

Amateurs & Beginners

Professionals

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 12000

Days : Wed , Thursday, Friday

Date : 09 Jan to 01 st Feb

Time : 2.30 pm to 5.00 pm

12 classes of 2.30 hours each.

Please note , in this class we will not be talking about basics of camera and exposure .

DPC PhotoBus to Bharatpur
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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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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 ! 🙂