Photography workshop: Shoot what you Love – by Dhyanamrita

A photography workshop was given to children by Br. Dhyanamrita. The children were taught how to take an interesting picture.

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Hereafter my photos will be loved by everyone – Srinivasa Raghavan S

Dhyanji taught us about photography in an interesting way. I don’t know the A B C of photography but now I am taking photos a little bit better. I also came to know how to be artistic. – K.S.Megha

Wow we know how to take a professional photo. – Shree Rengan.S

After attending the photography class, a new change came into us. We began to look into a new world. Just simple bugs were now more precious than the best gems in the world. I have now entered into the world of photography and I see the world as a photographer. Thanks to Swamiji for the class. It was very useful. – Srinath. S

I was able to really see and know when and what to shoot. Then ask your mind, “why do you want to take that photo?”. – G Preethi

I have got creative idea and I have got vision to take photo. – Jeeva.s

It is very tough to take good photos, and I learnt it from this camp. – M. Ieniyan

In this session I learnt how to become a good photographer. It will be very useful to me in future. – R. Kowsanth Kalidas

It was a very interesting session. Photography has always been a great passion for me and my dad. Now I’m sure I can click some really great pics after some practice and teach my dad too! – Chitkala S

Taught how to have right eye, choose right moment etc; being creative it supports both realism and imagination. – Divyadayanand

We got to know how much effort we should take to be a good photographer. – Sanjan C S

I have always found photography a really interesting subject. So, learning more about the way a photo can be shot nicely, with the features in the camera was cool. – Rishika Rajkumar

In this section Dhyanji taught us how to shoot a photo by observing the right moment and time. Then we shot many interesting photos by ourselves. – Amrita S

Dhyanji taught us different methods of taking photos and this was a special session. – Ramakrishnan PS

It helped us to take very nice pictures and I can say it was very very useful to me. – P.Surat Kumar

After attending the photography sessions, I came to know that any person who fiddles with a camera is not a good photographer, learned some camera tricks :). After all it is no point of having a good camera alone, it is a unique way to see the world around us. – Mrinalini Ashok

I learnt how to take photography in different angles and different types of photo types like portrait and that we need to have so much of patience to get a good photo. I also learned that we should wait for the correct time and the correct position to take a good picture. – K.S.Amrita

Feedback:I really don’t take photos well. But after attending the workshop I’m looking forward to take it up as my passion. It was really good! – P. Anandh Krishna

It was very interesting and I learned a lot which has enabled me to take better pictures. – Vaishnavi G

I understood that apart of capturing faces and storing it in the camera, there is another WORLD created by cameras. I saw much beauty in the world through the workshop and through the eyes of cameras. – Shivankari. P. R

During the photography workshop I learnt to take perfect photos. We also learnt to notice each and everything. We started to notice the movements of clouds , dripping water etc. – Athmika Prajesh

The photography workshop taught us new techniques through which we have learnt to improve our ways of photography. – Akash P Rajan

We were taught a new creative form of art. – P. Mukundh Krishna

It helped us to know the techniques when used, would give us an attractive photo. – Rahul. C. M

From this we understood that we have to wait for the right opportunity to take that beautiful photo. – M.Rithikaa

Photography session taught that one’s imagination and camera always makes a wonderful photo. – G. Sathiyapriya

After coming here I learned how to take natural photos very carefully and with patience. – Sangeetha.M.T

It was an interesting session where I understood the tricks of the camera clearly. – A. Madavan

I thought it was very simple to take a photo. But after this workshop I came to know that there was much to do for taking an interesting photo. – B. Pavitra

Dhyanji showed us how to take a good photo and taught us some of the tricks for the same. – Hrishikesh . G. Menon

I was taught how an ordinary object could be made interesting by our imagination. – Amrtya Rajkumar

It was a really fun workshop where we all went outside and took a lot of interesting pictures. It was really fun. – Madhav Govind

I was really eager to know how to shoot pictures. When I knew there is a session based on photography and when I understood there is a connection between photography and Gita. I was really happy. – Jayasudha

I had a blind idea that if I have a camera I can be a good photographer but now I understood that it is not the job based on craziness but the job based on creativity. – K Gayathri