Pune: World Photo Day is celebrated on August 19, 2016, is inspiring thousands of photographers across the planet to share a single photo with a simple purpose: to share their world with the world. Today on occasion of 177th World Photography Day, Symbiosis School of Photography (SSP) under the aegis of Symbiosis International University organised a Photography exhibition at Ambedkar Gallery, Dr Babasaheb Ambedkar Museum and Memorial.
The exhibition was inaugurated by Chief Guests Mr. Bipinchandra Naria, Associate Professor, Cinematography, FTII and Mr. Prasanna Jain, Associate Professor, Cinematography, FTII. Dignitaries present on the occasion- Mr Vishal Bhende, Director, Symbiosis School of Photography along with staff and students of SSP.
The chief guests appreciated the efforts put in by Symbiosis and SSP for providing a platform to aspiring photographers. While addressing the gathering Mr. Bipinchandra Naria, said, “With the advent of digitalisation, photographers do not concentrate on one frame. Instead they click numerable pictures and then search for the best shot in it. Do not be ‘trigger happy’ spend time on one frame to get the desired picture/result.”
The exhibition has on display an array of photographs clicked by students of SSP ranging from travel to landscape to macro-photography.
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