MAD Workshop: world through my lens in Ahmedabad
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Photography Workshops by Make A difference (MAD)

Make A difference (MAD) is one of India’s largest youth volunteer networks who teach underprivileged children on weekends. In the month of September, they are organizing 3 photography workshops in Ahmedabad. Here are the details of each workshop –

Photography for beginners:

“You don’t take a photograph, you make it.” -Ansel Adams

Are you ready to embark on a journey to understand exactly what one of the most iconic photographers to walk the face of Earth said?
If that’s a Yes then we have something just right in store for you. MAD presents a workshop on the Photography for beginners that will take you a step closer to this soulful art of capturing moments. You’ll get an opportunity to be mentored by a former NID faculty who currently is a professor at CEPT, Mr. Rajendra Mistry. From the basics of digital camera to photo composition to light control techniques, we’ll cover everything that a beginner needs to know.
So don’t miss this chance! Be there on the 27th of September!

Venue: Times Business School, opposite AUDA garden, Prahladnagar, Ahmedabad.
Time: 4 PM to 8 PM
Fees:  Rs. 499/-

MAD photography for beginners in Ahmedabad

MAD photography for beginners in Ahmedabad

Wildlife Photography :

“Photography is a medium, a language, through which I might come to experience directly, live more closely with, the interaction between myself and nature.” – Paul Caponigro

This is for all you shutterbugs! MAD offers you an opportunity to come and experience what one of America’s most significant master art photographer says. Experience the rapture with nature while being led by Mr. Mukesh Acharya who is a Gaurav Puraskar Awardee and has been a three time winner of an award by the “Sanctuary Asia” magazine. Don’t miss this chance to know the in and out of wildlife photography! Be there on the 28th of September!

Venue: Times Business School, opposite AUDA garden, Prahladnagar, Ahmedabad.
Time: 10 AM
Fees:  Rs. 799/-

MAD: Wildlife photography in Ahmedabad

MAD: Wildlife photography in Ahmedabad

Photography – World through the lens:

“Photography is an art of observation. It has little to do with the things you see and everything to do with the way you see them.” – Elliot Erwitt

Dive into the world as seen through the lens of a wikipedian, Mr. Arnav Sonara. Gain beautiful insights on how you can capture the moments fleeting in the rush of time and freeze them forever the way you want them to. And all this coming from a person who has been the Campus Ambassador for India Education Program and he was also a Jury Member at Wiki Loves Public Art 2013 as well as Organizer for Wiki Loves Monuments India.He is extensively involved with Outreach activities for Wikipedia in India. THIS is something you can’t miss out on!  So don’t give up on this opportunity! Be there on the 29th of September!

Venue: Times Business School, opposite AUDA garden, Prahladnagar, Ahmedabad.
Time: 10.30 AM
Fees:  Rs. 499/-

MAD Workshop: world through my lens in Ahmedabad

MAD Workshop: world through my lens in Ahmedabad

How to register for workshops:
Contact: Saket: 9727716351 Devanshi- 9426672572 
Email: events1.ahmedabad@makeadiff.in
Register directly at http://bit.ly/madphotography

All the the proceeds will go to children at risk.
Want to know more about MAD? You can find them at www.makeadiff.in or just check out their Facebook page: http://www.facebook.com/makeadiff .

 

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Hemal Mehta

Hemal is the Editor and Blogger-in-Chief of TheAhmedabadBlog.com. She handles the content strategy and development side of the blog and coordinates with contributors and interns.

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Hemal is the Editor and Blogger-in-Chief of TheAhmedabadBlog.com. She handles the content strategy and development side of the blog and coordinates with contributors and interns.

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