YPS Meet | April 21 | State Youth Centre
YPS is proud to have many members with International Distinctions, which speaks volumes of their achievements in Photography. These distinctions were awarded by many famous international bodies like FIAP, ICS, PSA and RPS in recognition of the phtography work done by these people. YPS feels that every member is capable of achieving such distinctions, and one day we can proudly declare that all our members are distinction holders. Keeping this in mind, on 21st April 2018, YPS organized a program to create awareness about Salons, to stress on the importance of participating in Salons, to educate members on how to achieve these distinctions. Continue reading Everyone can be a Winner
YPS Meet | Apr 7 | State Youth Centre
On April 7th, we saw a great display of nuances of Fashion Photography explained by the young, and bearded, Shri. Preetham Hosamane. Even though he is young, there were many lessons in composition, lighting and colors that even senior photographers can take back.
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YPS Meet | Mar 31 | State Youth Centre
We know that Nature is beautiful. But coming from Shri. Mahesh reddy’s camera they naturally looked more beautiful. Such a display of colors, details and variety extending over 150 pictures. It was like taking a mini tour of the world on a Wildlife / Nature trip. People who missed can see the slideshow on this page. Continue reading Beautiful and Naturally so
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 | 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