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Date: Saturday, 6th Feb 2016
Time: 5:00 PM to 8:00 PM
Conducted by: Sumanta Dutta
Venue: E-MALL, Kolkata
N.B: Seating is on a first come first serve basis.
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 honored guest Sumanta Dutta and get inspired by his wisdom.
Sumanta Dutta, a photographer by passion, was born and brought up in Chittaranjan (Burdwan dist.). He is a nature lover and a person with creative mind. The wonderful pollution free nature based township of Chittaranjan has always tilted him in bringing up its beauty to the people through his photographs.
After completing his graduation in Bachelor of Science from Burdwan University, he started his service in Indian Railway (CLW).
He was interested in photography from his very youth. After getting inspired by some of the eminent photographers of time, he decided to start photography in a mainstream basis and bought Cannon EOS 60D camera in 2014, 26th January.
He made trips to beautiful places and even started trekking to bring up the images (landscapes) of places which stand not ventured by the common masses.
Some of his photographs reflect the intense view of the village beauty and the simplicity of village life. His pictures modifies the point of view to the natural lookouts.
He is a dedicated and devoted photographer, whose photographs can change our lookout to the regular subjects.
This event offers a kaleidoscopic view of his work and an opportunity for us to see the world through his view finder.