The “Lightbug” Photography Workshop is here!

They say photographs have a language of their own and we absolutely agree with it. But what if some of your photographs could be coupled with inspiring narratives? Wouldn’t telling a story through a series of photographic frames be profoundly amazing?

To help you sharpen your photography skills and add an extra dimension to your visual world, the Chandigarh based studio “Lightbug” is organizing a “Creative Photography Workshop” from April 11 to 20. The highlights of the workshop include working in different photographic environments, fun assignments, experiments with sequencing plus photo essays and interactive photo walks with on field assistance.

Date : April 11-20

Venue: Sector 33, Chandigarh

Timings: 4:30 – 6:00 pm

Fee: INR 5000/-

Photography enthusiasts! Don’t miss this chance! Let Ratika Singh and Vishakha Jindal paint your photo films with new hues and shades! People in their “sweet sixteens” and above are eligible for this cool workshop.

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  • Palash Kapoor

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