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Journey>Destination | Writing with Light: A Photography Workshop

Magenta Store & Cafe
Event organized by Magenta Store & Cafe

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" With the advent of Digital Cameras becoming a part of most urban households and everybody rooting for a better camera phone, Visual content has seen a 200% increase. Where then lies a passionate photographer’s own unique style of representing their vision? how to build your own identity and what are the nittygritties of composing your idiosyncratic series ?

Above all, how to make a sustainable living from your craft? "

Registration Fee:
INR 1000/-
Inclusive of:
Online exhibition of the works of the participants.
Screening individual series for The White Bedsheet Photography Project
Prints for one composition of the participants to be up on display and sale. We help you spread your work and earn while you're at it.

To register, contact:
Agniprava Nath: +917980699622

About Journey>Destination
For all the infinite times that you have been asked “Where do you see yourself 5 years from now” and you’ve wanted to answer it with “Creating something beautiful and worthwhile” but the answer seemed too inappropriate and vague, a little dream and a lot of spirit must have died in you.
It is alright to not know your destination, if you’re prepared in embracing all the hurdles of the journey without caring about weighing your rewards. All you need is a good path and the will to manifest miracles for yourself. Afterall, “It is our choices Harry that truly show us who we are, far more than our abilities.”
Thus, this four-day festival that should see a plethora of the young and mighty performers of the city come together to learn, grow and build a community of people who will stand by each other in the name of Independent Arts.
And here’s inviting you, dear fellow passenger, to this wagon of artists, dreamers and doers.

15th | 16th | 17th | 18th
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