YPS Meet | MAR 17 | 6:30 PM | State Youth Centre
From mountains with bounty of water and trees to desert is a 360 degree turn that a Photographer must make. A team of YPS Members attended a Desert Photography workshop in Jaisalmer, Rajasthan in September 2016. The photographers realized that it is a completely different experience to shoot desert and people who live in Desert. Mr. Satish, President YPS, Mr. Girish Ananthamurthy, YPS Director and Mr. Murali Santhanam, YPS Vice President will share their experience and learning in this session.
Please join us. Members are also encouraged to bring their own pictures and share their learnings.
YPS Open House | Mar 10 | 6:30 PM | State Youth Centre
Welcome to the second Open House in 2018.
YPS Open House, is a free format discussion program aiming to achieve the following objectives:
- To build stronger bonding,
- To clarify doubts that have remained in the corner of the mind for too long,
- To provide guidance on matters relevant to photography,
- To learn and to share
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YPS Meet | MAR 3 | State Youth Centre
We had an excellent turnout at the Landscape Session by Shri. Goutham Ramesh. The participants had a chance to see some excellent images from Goutham taken at Munnar, Valparai and at Kausani, Uttarakand. The slideshow was followed by some interactive discussions on techniques, post-processing and equipment used for Landscape Photography.
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YPS Meet | MAR 3 | 6:30 PM | State Youth Centre
Mountains are one of the most enchanting places on earth. They present different views every time you visit them. There are so many dynamic factors that contribute to this quality of mountains like the clouds, the mist, the seasons and the lighting. Some of these factors also change so rapidly that you would miss the fleeting views unless you anticipated them. Continue reading YPS Meet – Enchanting Mountainsides
YPS Meet | Feb 17 | State Youth Centre
We had a very interesting and informative session at YPS this Saturday with Shri. K S Rajaram taking the participants through an enticing journey back in time to the days when pictures were taken using cameras with an 8×6 inch glass plate as film at the back and mounted on wooden tripods. He navigated through timeless Black & White pictures of the American Landscape Photographer Ansel Adams and the Canadian Portrait Photographer Yusuf Karsh. The event was participated by around 25 YPS Members. Continue reading Journey to Glass Plate Times