It was indeed a Lifetime opportunity to have Shri. Dhritiman Mukherjee address participants from YPS. But that’s not all. Look at the participants we had, Mr. M N Jayakumar, Vijay Cavale, Giri Cavale, Md. Arfan Asif, just to name a few. It was a program to die far.
May people are overwhelmed with the choice of processing features offered by a complex tool like Photoshop. Vijay Kumar Pattakkall comes with a rich experience of post-processing pictures for some veterans in the wildlife photography genre. He however walked the participants through a simplified post-processing workflow that can be practiced by everyone.
It was one of the longest evenings on July 8th with the program ending close to 10:00 PM and the entire crowd stayed on till the end. Mr. Asif Mohammed’s talk and pictures gave a lot to think about beyond just making pictures. His tips for travel photography would come in handy for all those interested in taking pictures while traveling.
It has been long since someone had presented a original idea at YPS and Hayath Mohammed did just that. While we traditionally think in terms of using tripod, macro rails and other equipment to get a closer look at the Macro subjects, Hayath did the exact opposite. He took pictures handheld and still could get as close to the subject as possible and produced stunningly sharp images. Continue reading The Hayath Effect
From Editor’s Desk
Friends, it’s been a satisfying year all through, because of regular and very interesting programmes. I thank my committee members for giving me support to organize some of the most memorable programmes/events. Likewise, the whole month of July is bombarded with lively programmes for the members. It’s been a continuous learning for substantial number of members through “OPEN HOUSE’, that we conduct on 2nd and 4th Saturdays. Nearly about 50 members are attending this learning and interaction sessions and getting benefited. The committee is more committed to such interactions to make learners master all aspects of Art of photography.
The July month, is planned in a such a way that, all Saturdays and Sundays are meant for members with various programmes, with very renowned lens men talking and sharing their photography techniques.
22nd and 23rd a workshop on outdoor portraiture, is not to be missed by anyone, for, we learn how to take simple and creative portraiture with available light. And on 31st evening, famous wildlife photographer Mr.Dhritiman Mukherjee, from Kolkata, who contributes to National Geographic and BBC, is showing his award-winning images, at YPS hall. Don’t miss any programmes, or else, you will regret later.
With best wishes,
H Satish, President, YPS Bangalore