YPS Workshop | May 26 | State Youth Centre
YPS takes pleasure in announcing a second workshop on “Glassware Photography” due to overwhelming demand.
The workshop would involve in giving plain glassware a colorful touch and also defining its shape in eye catching borders. It will also give an insight to the artistic power of refraction created by liquids in the glassware. The glassware that will be used will be mainly wine glasses and also regular glasses used on a dining table. Mentor for the workshop will be Mr. Vinod Sunder, a hobbyist photographer with a keen interest in tabletop photography..
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YPS Open House | May 25, Sat | 6:30 PM | YPS Hall
Next YPS Open house is exclusively designed for the participants of the Earth & Sky Photography Workshop conducted on May 3 & 4 to showcase their creative images shot during the workshop.
Also we will be announcing the winner of the Earth & Sky Photo Contest! Continue reading YPS Open House 07-19 Presentation by the Participants of the Earth & Sky Photography Workshop
YPS Open House | May 18, Sat | 6:30 PM | State Youth Centre
Next YPS Open house is exclusively designed for the participants of the Glassware Photography Workshop conducted on Apr 28. The participants will be showcasing their creative images shot during the workshop.
Also we will be announcing the winner of the Glassware Photography Contest! Continue reading YPS Open House 06-19 Presentation by the Participants of the Glassware Photography Workshop
YPS Workshop | May 12 | Toehold
Processing cannot make a bad picture good. But it can make a good picture great. Hence the Digital Post Processing Workshop. So you may go ahead and reveal the beauty hidden in your pixels. And make your images fly after this post process workshop. Continue reading Post Processing Workshop using Adobe Lightroom by Jayanth Sharma
YPS Meet | May 5, Sun | 6:30 PM | State Youth Centre
Our next YPS Meet is an illustrated talk by Mr. Giridhar Khasnis who will present a set of international artists (including photographers) whose practice is as varied as it is exciting. In the process of the talk, several questions would be raised: What is contemporary art? Who is a contemporary artist? How does a contemporary artist look at life and respond to it? How difficult/easy is it for a common viewer to understand, appreciate and experience contemporary art practices?
Mr. Khasnis would also present a glimpse of his own photographic practice as also a brief introduction to his ongoing solo exhibition in Bangalore titled ‘Of Silence, solitude & slow time’.
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