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Date: Saturday, 7th Nov 2015
Time: 5:00 PM to 8:00 PM
Conducted by: Arup Ghosh
Venue: E-MALL, Kolkata
Anyone who is interested in photography.
This is a free event so you have to only register. Seats are limited so it will be on first come first served basis.
Some of your pictures for review and critique.
Always make a note of the ticket code so that we can again generate one even if you have forgotten to carry the ticket to the event
Wanna discuss photography over Cha & Biscoot ?
Join us in this fun filled ADDA session, where you can exchange your views with our honoured guest Arup Ghosh and get inspired by his wisdom.
Arup Ghosh is a physician by profession and works with Bhadreswar municipality as Medical officer. It was a Click IV analog camera he bought in class XII standard, with the money he earned from private tuition. But it was just one or two rolls of B/W films he managed to shoot after which he had to concentrate on his studies. After passing out and managing a service, he all of a sudden got attracted towards photography again. It was in the year 2000 he was fortunate to pay a visit to a photography exhibition in his locality and was surprised to find the rich tones of B/W photography of Mr.Barun Kumar Datta. Then he saw the great images of Ansel Adams, Salgado, Raghu Rai and many other great photographers. Photography became his passion. He love to shoot B/W photographs of people and events. Now he shoots with Canon EOS 5D Mark II and 24-70 f2.8 canon lens mainly, though he has Canon EOS 40D as supportive body and a 20mm f2.8 Canon lens his my favorite wide shots.
He shoots for happiness, though initially achieving some awards boosted his morale. Please click on the links to know about his achievements and awards www.arupghosh.in/award.html
This event offers a kaleidoscopic view of his work and an opportunity for us to see the world through his view finder.