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A Presentation by YPS’ L’il Masters
November 15 @ 5:30 pm - 7:00 pm UTC+5.5
YPS Meet Live | Nov 15, Sun | 5:30 PM | YPS Facebook page & YouTube Channel
A Presentation by Junior Associates of YPS
As the saying goes – “Good things come in small packages”
“Excellence from the young”
YPS is proud to present the Award Winning Little Masters.
Ms Anagha Mohan, Mr Param Jain, Ms Yukthi Padmakar Reddy
They will be showcasing their photography skills which is sure to inspire every child or the child in you!
To join the session
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About the Speakers
Ms Anagha Mohan
She hails from Bangalore, Karnataka, India.
Anagha studying in class 9 at Poornaprajna Education Centre developed interest in wildlife photography watching her father Mr. Manju Mohan K.S. who is a wildlife photographer. She has attended a couple of basic photography courses and started going out to the forest with her family and shoot wildlife pictures.
From the past three years, she has been associated with Youth Photographic Society (YPS) and attending most of the programs conducted by the club. Under the mentorship of Mr. H Satish, she has ventured in to other genres of photography, such as Macro, Astro, and Glassware.
In 2018 she won a special mention award in Nature In Focus Festival 2018.
In 2018 her “Frog On Beans” image was exhibited at Macro Exhibition, Dubai, conducted by Pawstrails in 2018.
In 2019 she won the Emerging Talent Award in Cannon Wild Click 2019 Live Contest conducted by Nature Wanders at Little Rann Of Kutch. She is also participating in the National & International Photography Contest/Salon regularly and has won a few awards.
She wishes to pursue her photography passion and excel in this field with the help of her mentors.
Anagha Mohan is using Nikon Body D5, D850, D7100, Lens 80-400mm f5.6, 500mm f5.6 PF, 14-24mm f2.8
Anagha says –
“Photography has become an integral part of my life now. It has changed me as a person and has taught me, perseverance, patience, courage, hard work, dedication, skills, to name a few.
It is a powerful tool for me to express my feelings. I started off as a wildlife photographer and was only doing that genre. After I came to YPS, I learnt other genres, like Macro, Astro, Glassware, Lighting Techniques, and Processing under the guidance of the Seniors of YPS.
I would like to thank the whole team of YPS & Philip Ross for encouraging me and helping me grow as a photographer.
I wish to pursue my passion and excel in this field.”
Anagha is a winner of 2 Youth Awards, in Nature and Color Sections at the YPS All India Digital Salon 2020.
Mr Param Jain
Param is studying in the 8th standard at Rotary School Moodbidri. He is very artistic by nature and says, his parents and school support and encourage him in all aspects.
He started photography 2 years back, watching his father, Mr Jinesh Prasad’s photography.
He enjoys clicking pictures of birds, nature, festivals such as Bootada-kola and Theyyam. As he could not go out to shoot during the COVID pandemic, he started utilising his time in drawing and painting. He also plays the Keyboard and Violin.
Param is a winner of 2 Youth Awards in Travel and Monochrome Sections at the YPS All India Digital Salon 2020.
Ms Yukthi Padmakar Reddy
Yukthi is a 14 year old who is passionate towards photography. She was influenced by her father Padmakar Reddy’s photography. She hails from Bangalore and is studying in 9th grade at MES Kishore Kendra Public School. Her interests in photography are wildlife and nature. She says flora and fauna interest her a lot.
Yukthi is a winner of Youth Award in Nature Section at the YPS All India Digital Salon 2020
-YPS Executive Committee