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From Guns and Scalpels to Telephotos
February 7 @ 5:30 pm - 7:00 pm UTC+5.5
YPS Meet Live | Feb 07, Sun | 5:30 PM | YPS Facebook Page and YouTube Channel
A hunter turned Medical photographer, turned Wildlife photographer, is Dr Harinarayan Salunky’s journey in life. Realising the value of shooting with a camera, Dr Salunky started his journey in 1954. Since then he has never looked back and has enjoyed shooting wildlife, accumulating awards, distinctions and judging in salons and competitions.
Let us join him in this incredible journey without a destination, one that every wildlife photographer wishes to undertake.
To join the session
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2. Click on https://youtube.com/ypsbengaluru/live/ on 07 Feb 2021 at 5.30pm IST.
About the Speaker
Dr Harinarayan Salunky
ARPS. Hon FIP. FFIP, AIIPC, ASIIPC
Dr Salunky, ex Vice-President of YPS, started photography when he was in medical college at Manipal. 1954 -1960 he had a T.L.R camera ARGOFLEX presented by his maternal uncle, who was an artist and photographer at Kolar Gold Fields. At college he did medical and clinical photography. While attending a slideshow at YPS, he came to know about S.L.R. cameras & telephoto lenses. At the slideshow he met H.N.Allamaprabhu and M.S.Hebbar who influenced him to a great extent. Later he met Dr.G.Thomas and became a life member of FIP. He bought his first SLR, Asahi Pentax Spotmatic One with two lenses:135mm, and 200mm telephoto with an yellow filter, all for Rs.4000 from T.N.A.Perumal. It was with this that his jungle visits started with his friends from YPS using monochrome (B&W) roll films.
Rajiv Gandhi University Of Health Sciences, Bangalore (RGHUS) published a book called ‘What is not taught in Medical Colleges!’, in which his article named “Clinical Photography” was published.
-YPS Executive Committee