Courses

DPC announces brand new Heritage photowalk to the Ghats of Yamuna.

 

A unique place to click people , portrait and amazing landscapes with migrant birds.

 

Big rivers have throughout history been important to the development of capitals. This Photowalk is  dedicated to the Yamuna river that has been an important yet silent witness to Delhi’s history. The tour starts from the Yamuna at Nigambodh Ghat which unfolds the ritualistic devotion of how the Hindus treat the historic river.

 

The Yamuna is a goddess to the eyes of her devotees despite its current struggles with pollution. Topping it off with an unforgettable view of the Jama Masjid back through the streets of Old Delhi, discovering the Yamuna route is truly a unique and memorable experience.

 

The beginning of legend: Nigambodh ghat seen from across the river. These are the sacred waters within which Brahma recovered the book of knowledge and the powers of divinity, which he had lost. Nigambodh Ghat is thus a place of ending, it marks the finality of the mortal core; but it is also the source of a regeneration of immortal wisdom, of sacred knowledge. Death and immortality exist together.

 

The great epics and sacred texts tell us about the beauty and power of the river Yamuna. This is the daughter of the sun god; sister of Yama, the god of death; lover of Krishna; sister to that other great river goddess, Ganga.The Gods themselves, Brahma and Shiva, are said to worship her.

 

The Ras Lila paintings of Lord Krishna consorting with his gopis are magical, ethereal, depictions of the river surrounded by lush sacred groves. On her banks, the great Sufi saint Nizamuddin Aulia spread his divine message. This is a river revered through antiquity; a river by which a unique culture flourished.

 

Today, however, as the Yamuna winds her course through the 22 kilometer stretch of Delhi, she bears no resemblance to her legend. Decades of wanton disregard have turned her into nothing more than a stinking sewer that is biologically ‘dead’ as it flows out of Delhi.

 

Yet there is a little stretch, a place where the story of Indraprastha begins; the story of the Pandavas, the story of Delhi. Here, despite the filth and degradation. From Nigambodh Ghat to the Lal Pul or the Old Iron Bridge, you discover ways of life that are still intertwined with the river and its sacred avatar.

 

Nearest Metro Kashmere Gate or Red Fort on the Heritage Lane 

 

Please Note : if you register and confirm that you will be attending and do not turn up, you have denied someone as enthusiastic as you, a chance of the walk. Therefore, please register and confirm only if you are reasonably certain to make it on the day :)

Wear comfortable shoes, carry your water bottle and keep your camera batteries charged ! :) 

 

 Rejoice Photography Lovers!! Continuing the series of looking hot with camera this summer   


Let’s meet the tiger and share some memories

 

We are going for a photo capture trip to Tiger land of Ranthambore

 

This is going to be a 2 day/ 2 night (stay in Ranthambore) wildlife photocapture trip to take some breathtaking photos, learn photography from peers, and be your creative self 24x7 leaving office and work behind!

 

The details for this trip are as follows:

 

We are going by Tempo Traveller. 

 

11th May (Friday ): Night

 

Timings: 9.30 pm IIT main gate (pls be there 30mins prior to departure)

Overnight journey to Ranthambore  via Alwar and Dausa

 

12th May (Saturday)

Reach Ranthambore at 5.30am
Going for the First Tiger Safari at Ranthambore tiger forest Reserve

 

Check-in at Tent   with Swimming pool

Post lunch : Going for the safari at Ranthambore tiger forest Reserve

 

Dinner

 

13thMay (Sunday): Early morning getting ready for the Safari No 3 at 6.30 am

Coming back to resort and after breakfast leaving the tents

 

Visiting the Chand Bowli at Abhaneri ( famous place from hindi movie paheli)

 

Reaching Delhi by 11 pm on sunday

 

 

Other Important Details:

 

Stay: will be on twin sharing basis in Tent Resort with Swimming pool.

Gear: You may carry tripods and wide-angle lenses and of course zoom lenses. Comfortable shoes, shades and sunscreen are important things to carry. A digital camera, batteries and memory card all set! And needless to say - enthusiasm in abundance!

Mode of Travel: We will be travelling by Tempo traveller.

Meal:  Simple vegetarian meals will be provided by the club. 
The group will follow the itinerary mentioned above, however if one wants to visit places at one owns will, can visit accordingly on their own.

Fee (per person): Rs 13500/- and Rs.11000/- for members (including registration fee). Fee includes travel & group transfers, stay & meals. 

Please carry the rest of the amount with you (only cash) :) You can also pay the remaining amount at our club in Shahpur Jat Village.


Please note: If for any reason you are not able to come, the registered amount is non-refundable due to advance on accommodation reservations.

 

 

Introduction to studio lighting.

 

In this two day workshop on studio lighting we will cover six different types of lighting. 

 

Hi-key and Low Key lighting

Split lighting 

loop , Rembrandt and butterfly 

3-point lighting 

It will also be covering inverse square law of lighting 

Product , Food, portrait and Fashion.

 

First day will be theory followed by hands on practical.

 

Beginning of the practical will be introduction to studio: Do and Don'ts  in studio, features of studio light, maintaining a studio, taking care of studio equipment, Knowing the light stands, soft box.  

 

Key Features of the workshop:

As it will be a detailed workshop on studio lighting, It will mainly emphasize on portraits as one can deeply understand lighting on human figure. But as the workshop contains different types of lighting and it will be the base of all kinds of lighting, so one light any kind of products, food, portrait or fashion after this workshop.

 

Requirements 

  • All DPC workshops require you to have loads of enthusiasm.
  • You can have a DSLR and you know how to use your camera features

Who Should attend

  • Photography Enthusiasts .
  • Students of photography and art
  • Studio owners
  • Persuing careers in Photography
  • Working photographers who wish to hone their skill and learn from the expert

 

Workshop Fee 

Rs 3000    ( open to all)

Rs 2500 for DPC members 

 

To register www.delhiphotographyclub.com/register or call 8826712162 for more details 

This photography course is unique in many ways

·         Sessions only on Saturdays and Sundays

·         Important concepts explained in a more practical manner

·         Combination of indoor and outdoor classes for hands on experience

·         Theory and Practical

·         Small group to ensure individual attention to each participant

·         Certificate of participation at the successful completion of course

 

Course content for the 2.5 Month Foundation Course

·         List of Course Modules

·         Module 1: Introduction to photography

·         Module 2: The world of digital photography& Photography types and categories

·         Module 3: Exposure explained and Shutter speed  and Aperture explained

·         Module 4: Types of Lenses and their significance and usage

·         Module 5: Basic composition

·         Module 6: Advanced composition

·         Module 7: A detailed look at light , Color and White Balance

·         Module 8: Photographing in black and white

·         Module 9: Shooting travel, Light Painting , Startrails , Time lapses

·         Module 10: Landscape, seascape, cloudscape

·         Module 11: Effective portrait photography, Creative photography and Environmental Portraiture

·         Module 12: Overview of editing software and Lightroom detailed worksflow and Image editing

·         Module 13: Tricks, techniques, special effects

·         Module 14: Common mistakes and how to avoid them

·         Module 15: Developing photographic diaries

 

How to keep your cool when the stakes are high and situation is very demanding 

 

  Course details: Beginners Photography Workshop 

 Workshop Highlight

  • Classes only on Sundays 
  • Know your camera and what it can do for you
  • Use different lighting situations to create drama in photos
  • Learn principles of composition and framing
  • Know why some pictures are more appealing than others
  • What and how do you click pictures to create the 'WOW' effect!
  • Functions covered--exposure (over & under), flash, white balance, depth of field, ISO

Workshop Benefits

  1. Smaller batch size to ensure individual interaction and attention
  2. Opportunity to interact with instructors/peers for as long as you want 
  3. You can also send your works for review and feedback even after the workshop is over
  4. Certificate of participation 
  5. Your photos become eligible for showcasing in the club events

Profile of previous participants

Previous participants of these workshops have been college students, working professionals, home makers, and between 14 years to 45 years of age.

Requirements

Loads of enthusiasm and any digital camera :)

Course details: Beginners Photography Workshop 

 Workshop Highlight

  • Classes only on Sundays 
  • Know your camera and what it can do for you
  • Use different lighting situations to create drama in photos
  • Learn principles of composition and framing
  • Know why some pictures are more appealing than others
  • What and how do you click pictures to create the 'WOW' effect!
  • Functions covered--exposure (over & under), flash, white balance, depth of field, ISO

Workshop Benefits

  1. Smaller batch size to ensure individual interaction and attention
  2. Opportunity to interact with instructors/peers for as long as you want 
  3. You can also send your works for review and feedback even after the workshop is over
  4. Certificate of participation 
  5. Your photos become eligible for showcasing in the club events

Profile of previous participants

Previous participants of these workshops have been college students, working professionals, home makers, and between 14 years to 65 years of age.

Requirements

Loads of enthusiasm and any digital camera :)

 
About the Course and who can join

The 6-months photography course is to develop and nurture the basic and advance understanding of photography to the enrolled participants, how a photograph is made rather then just a click.

The course is developed in DPC with the experience of last 7 years in the field of photography, after meeting and talking with lots of professional, amateurs photographers and people from different walks of life and conducting more then 200+ workshops, 400+ photowalks, 65+ Photo Bus Trips, Over 20 Photography exhibitions and many tea talks.

The course will open and broaden ones mind to the world of photography. And to see the world in a different perspective. The course is mainly focused on street photography and studio techniques.

Street photography is very important and plays a vital role to a photographer. Its develops once mind and body to see to see and show LIFE and CULTURE of a place in a deeper meaning. Street photography not only develop the skill to take images on street but it helps in all kind of photography.

The course is developed in DPC with the experience of last 7 years in the field of photography, after meeting and talking with lots of professional, amateurs photographers and people from different walks of life and conducting more then 160 workshops, 100 photowalks, 60+ photo bus trips, 15 photo exhibitions and many tea talks with Senior mentors.

The 6-month course at DPC is seeking participants who wants to take photography as there profession. The minimum qualification for this course is 12+ PASS or equivalent course. Its an full time course.

Classes will be on weekdays 4 classes every week.

MODULE 1

History of photography

Functions of the camera

What is exposure and its use

Difference of film and digital

Composition techniques and its importance

Masters work and how it is important in present photography

MODULE 2

How to understand natural light

Techniques of Black and white photography

Techniques of Color Photography

Understanding street photography

Breaking the ice in street photography

In depth knowledge of street photography

Technique of using flash in indoor and out door

How to understand a good photography and selection of photos

MODULE 3

Introduction to portrait photography

Lighting technique for portrait

Understand the studio and its layout

Studio lighting

Portrait in studio

Behavior of flash in studio lighting

Process and develop RAW files

In depth understand of editing software

The difference of digital file and print

Printing photograph and its importance

MODULE 4

Business and market of phorograhy

Developing portfolio

FAQ’s

Also, wanted to tell you

Workshops are conducted in small batches in order to give individual attention
Workshops conducted on weekends
Experienced faculty to help you learn the basics and go Next Level
Requirements: Any DSLR camera

Batch size: Max 10

Workshop Fee: Rs 80,000 Plus Taxes

Venue: Building No 5 D, Second Floor, ShahpurJat Village, New Delhi, India

http://www.delhiphotographyclub.com/register
Courses Dates & Timing Venue Maximum
Seats
Available
Seats
Fees Registration
Fees
Interested?
DPC Heritage Photowalk Yamuna Ghat View course detail 29 Apr 7 am to 9 am Yamuna Ghat -Old Delhi 45 1 Free 0
DPC Photobus to Ranthambore  View course detail 11 May -13 May
10.00 pm to 11.00 pm
Ranthambore + Abhaneri 12 9 13500 2400
Studio Lighting & Fashion Workshop View course detail 08-08 April 2018 11.00 am to 5.00 pm Building 5 D, Second Floor Shahpur Jat , New Delhi 8 7 3000 999
2.5 Month Foundation Course  View course detail 28th April
4.00 pm - 7.00 pm
Bldg No. 5 D, II Floor, Shahpur Jat Village, New Delhi 8 6 25000 2500
Beginners Photography Workshop View course detail 06 May to 03 June 11.30 am - 1.30 pm Bldg No. 5 D, Second Floor, Shahpur Jat , New Delhi 8 7 6600 601
Beginners Photography Workshop View course detail 22 Apr to 20 May 2.00 pm - 4.00 pm Bldg No. 5 D, II Floor, Shahpur Jat Village, New Delhi 8 7 6600 600
6 Month Diploma in Photography View course detail 08th May 5 D II nd Floor , Jungi House , Shahpur Jat 10 10 80000 1000

Events

This gives me Immense pleasure to Invite you for the next DPC Photo Trip to Thailand and Cambodia .

 

As usual we have the history of exploring the unexplored . So this time we thought of doing a Road trip to Bangkok to Cambodia and so on .

 

Here is brief plan to just know you thoughts on the same 

 

This is how we are travelling:  Detailed Plan for the Trip is also attached. 

 

14th April     Day 1   Delhi Bangkok.                       Flight 

15th April     Day 2  Bangkok Local.                       Taxi and Local Transport

16th April     Day 3  Bangkok to Saim Reap.        Direct Bus 

17th April     Day 4  Angkor Wat                

18th April     Day 5  Angkor Wat

19th April     Day 6  Angkor Wat

20th April    Day 7  Local Siam Reap                     Taxi and Local Transport 

21th April     Day 8 Siam Reap to Bangkok.         Bus 

22nd April    Day 9 Fly to Delhi from Bangkok.    Flight 

 

About Cambodia

 

Cambodia lies entirely within the tropics, its low-lying central plain bordered by low mountains and uplands. In its transitional plains, forested elevations are found as the landscape extends outwards. And it is in these geographical changes that you will find some magnificent temples, royal palaces and other ancient architectural marvels by which to be enthralled.

 

Despite centuries of political turmoil, depredation and horrors of war, this nation stands as yet another testimony to the essence of endurance, a vital spirit of the human condition. Not only is its culture rich in lowland ethnic majority but also in its diverse hill tribes. In its enchanting landscapes, Cambodia has temples and beaches that attract seekers of raw elegance.

 

Meanwhile, renowned for the Angkor Wat ruins, Siem Reap is a province in which ancient temples exist amidst natural geographical beauty.

 

Like most Asian countries, Cambodia too comprises centuries of history in its varying terrains. So you may breathe its air, bathe in its light, and return with many memories to fill you travel memoirs.

 

 

 

What to see and photograph:

Largest temple complex in the World is the star attraction of the trip. 

 

Dedicated to Shiva, the pink limestone walls containing the best bas reliefs of any temple at Angkor, Banteay Srey will charm you. The wooden houses on tall stilts in Kampong Kleang are a delight to watch. At the Tonlé Sap Lake, floating houses and people's way of living are some amazing details you would want to record as photographs.

 

The magnificent remains of the Khmer Empire, the Angkor Archaeological Park will be a breathtaking encounter visually, architecturally and artistically. Explore and photograph the hidden temples, temples of BayonBaphoun and Terrace of Elephants and The Leper King. Visit the main temple, Angkor Wat, which is arguably the main reason many visit Cambodia.

 

In the remains of Roluos Group of Temples, the first major capital of the Angkorian-era Empire, visit the Lolei, Preah Ko and Bakong temples. In Bakong temple area, the largest and the most interesting of the Roluos Group of Temples, there is still an active Buddhist monastery.

 

Other Important Details

 

Stay: will be on twin sharing basis in 3 star Hotels and guest houses of that repute (Remain assured) .

Mode of travel: We will be traveling by Flight and local travel will be in taxi and mini buses and state transport .

 

Fee (per person): Rs. 75,000/- (including registration fee)

For DPC Members      : Rs. 68,000/- 

 

Costs are inclusive of Flights ( Bangkok by Indigo or Jet Airways)

Travel & group transfers, stay and meals 

Visa fee Thailand and Cambodia 

3 Day pass to Angkor 

Does not include tickets for camera and equipment if any)

 

 

Detailed Plan 

14th April   : Fly From Delhi To Bangkok  

15th April ; Spend day exploring the beautiful temples and photo ops in Local Thailand and some street photography 

16 April 2018, : Arrival in Siem Reap by evening. Overnight in Siem Reap

  • After check-in we spend the rest of the day at leisure. 
  •  
  • 17 -18 April 2018 : Angkor
  • Sprawling across more than 400 square kilometres, The Angkor Archaeological Park stands in all its majesty even though it is nothing more than the remains of the Khmer Empire that reigned between 9 and 15 century. We will see and photograph the hidden temples, and the breathtaking temples of Bayon, Baphoun and Terrace of Elephants and The Leper King.
  • After lunch, we will visit the artistically and architecturally stunning main temple, Angkor Wat, whose intricate carvings are perhaps one of the best achievements of all of mankind, still demonstrating the incredible skills of the then Khmer builders.
  • 19 April 2018 , : Roluos Group of Temples
  • We will be picked up by our driver and guide to visit the Roluos Group of temples after breakfast. Here we will expore the Lolei, Preah Ko and Bakong temples. The sandstone carvings in the niches of the temples are notable, as are the Sanskrit inscriptions on the doorposts, which can be some interesting subjects for photography.
  • Post lunch, we will explore and photograph Ta Prohm, a magnificent jungle-clad temple. After watching the sun set at Pre Rup (or Srah Sarong based on how we are placed that evening), we will return to the hotel.
  •  
  •  20 April Siam Reap : Local 
  • We will spend the early hours of the day at leisure until our driver transfers us to the Siem Reap Airport, and then take our flights back home with many a memory of a historical place and its always rejoiced beauty.

 

 

Sunder Nursery is bestowed with the first arboretum (botanical garden of trees), a bonsai house, and is home to 80 species of birds, 36 butterfly species and 280 native trees. Delhiites now have a new heritage park that is as good as the popular Lodhi Garden. The nursery came up during the British rule and in 1950 a renowned botanist whose name is unknown gifted a bonsai collection to the nursery.

 

A walk through the massive heritage garden — dotted with flower beds, raised sandstone pathways and marble fountains — takes one to the six monuments that were given World Heritage designation by UNESCO in 2016

 

The Lakkarwala Burj, Sunder Burj, Sunderwala Mahal, Mirza Muzaffar Hussain’s Tomb, Chitra Batashewala and an unknown Mughal Tomb fall under this category. Although, little is know about who built them.

 

Designed by landscape architect Late M Shaheer, Sunder Nursery has a 550m ornamental central vista that starts from the entrance zone of Humayun’s Tomb. An official said the landscape master plan derived inspiration from “traditional Indian concept of congruency between nature, garden and utility coupled with environmental conservation” for a truly urban scale work.

 

The gardens along the central vista, inspired by Mughal traditions, have lotus-shaped marble fountains. Water flows through geometric flowerbeds and raised sandstone pathways. A lake on the northern edge of the central vista will have walkways, seats and pavilions along the edges. An amphitheatre has also been built for cultural events. The lake would collect rainwater and also serve as a reservoir for emergency use. 

 

Officials said the nursery has over 300 tree species, some not found elsewhere in Delhi. Over 80 bird species have also been recorded. As an added attraction for children, an educational resource on Delhi’s ecology has also been set up for the 5,00,000 schoolchildren who visit the adjoining Humayun’s Tomb annually. This 20-acre micro-habitat zone showcases plants of the Ridge, and the riverine, marshy landscapes that were once found in Delhi.

 

The heritage aspect is striking too. There are 15 Mughal monuments within the nursery, some under ASI and some unprotected. These have been conserved by AKTC over the years. In 2016, Unesco extended the world heritage designation to 12 monuments.

 
Please Note : if you register and confirm that you will be attending and do not turn up, you have denied someone as enthusiastic as you, a chance of the walk. Therefore, please register and confirm only if you are reasonably certain to make it on the day :)

Wear comfortable shoes, carry your water bottle and keep your camera batteries charged ! :) 

 

 

DPC announces most awaited DPC photobus trip of the year for covering Holi at Barsana-Nandgaon-Vrindavan. A place full of color, people, faces, festivity, mornings and evenings shot providing photo-opportunity in abundance!  

 

The trip will be for 3 day 2 night. We will be going by road.

 

Day 1 - 24th Feb, Saturday

Leave from IIT Delhi, main gate at5.00 am (pls be there 20 mins prior to departure)
Reach Barsana by 9.00 am and cover Holi festivities. After lunch, capture Holi festivities in the narrow lanes of Barsana.
Stay is in Vrindavan.

Day 2 - 25th Feb, Sunday
At 5.00 am, start for Nandgoan early morning photography when there's no crowd and traffic.
Post breakfast visit Nandgoan.
At 5.00 pm start back for Hotel at Vrindavan 

Day 3 - 26th Feb, Monday
8.00 am: Start with a visit to narrow lanes of Vrindavan and early morning photography when there's no crowd.
Visit the Banke Bihariji Temple
Have breakfast and hang around for the complete day
By 5.00 pm: Start back for Delhi

 

Other Important Details: 
Stay: will be on twin sharing basis . Single accomodation can also be availed at Extra price.
Mode of travel: We will be travelling in an AC TEMPO traveller together.
Gear: Barsana-Nandgaon-Vrindavan offers some breathtaking morning and evening shots. Hence wide angle and zoom lens are advised with camera covers because of HoliCelebrations.  
Please wear comfortable clothes according to the weather, comfortable shoes as there will be a lot of walking, take your hats/caps, shades and sunscreen.
Meal: Simple vegetarian meals will be provided by the club.
The group will follow the itinerary mentioned above, however if one wants to visit places at one owns will, can visit accordingly on their own.

 

Fee: Rs. 9000 per person, DPC members: Rs. 8000 per person.

The cost includes stay, travel and food. Does not include tickets for camera and equipment if any. 
Please carry the balance amount in cash.


Anything taken in room service at guest house will be paid individuals.

Please Note:
1.Please carry your identity proof (any govt document)

2.Rain cover for cameras will be arranged n cost you b/w rs 300/- to 350/-

3.Registration fee is non-refundable, non transferable

4. Please let us know advance in case you are unable to come for this trip so that other photography enthusiasts may get the opportunity to go on this trip

Events Dates & Timing Venue Maximum
Seats
Available
Seats
Fees Registration
Fees
Interested?
DPC Cambodia Trip View course detail 14th April -22nd April Cambodia 12 2 68000 18000
DPC Sunder Nursery Photowalk View course detail 10th March. 9 am to 11 am Sunder Nursey 45 0 Free 0
DPC PhotoBus Holi Barsana -Nandgoan and Vrindava View course detail 24th-26th Feb Barsan Nandgoan Vrindavan 12 0 9000 3000

Membership

 

 
DPC’s Privilege Membership is now open!
 
Join the exclusive group of enthusiasts and share your passion of photography, motivate, learn, and be inspired. 
 
As a Premium member, you become part of the select few who have taken a decided step to take photography beyond a casual interest (beyond uploads on social media pages and vacation shots). 
 
Premium Membership

 We have opened the club membership of DPC for the year. As a Premium member, you become part of the select few who have taken a decided step to take photography beyond a casual interest (beyond uploads on social media pages and vacation shots)

 

Membership Benefits

Ø  One day workshops free on :-

1.    Basics of DSLR

2.    Understanding Focus,

3.    Understanding Exposure,

4.    Understanding Metering and White Balance,

5.    Beyond Auto Mode in your Camera

Ø  50% discount on DPC signature Photography Workshop for Beginners(Self)

Ø  Get the advantage to upgrade to privilege membership at pro rata basis

Ø  Unlimited free photowalks (no registrations required on website)

Ø  Avail 12 guided photowalks on Saturdays to take you around Delhi.

Ø  Weekly Assignment to be updated on your email id.

Ø  Monthly Photo review sessions for DPC Heritage Photowalks

Ø  Monthly Photo review sessions for DPC photo trips

Ø  Tea Talk sessions with senior photographers exclusively for club members

Ø  Attend Photo review sessions online

Ø  Develop your portfolio and get a review by DPC club mentors

Ø  Avail an opportunity to exhibit your photographs at DPC Lounge

Ø  Member photos are showcased on DPC website and DPC facebook page

Ø  Create photo gallery on DPC Website

Ø  Enjoy preference on DPC Photo Trips

Ø  You get first notification for all DPC activities, so that you never miss out on any

Ø  Advise on upgrading/ buying camera, lenses, accessories

Ø  Get an opportunity to be in the executive body of the club

Ø  Know of BEST Deals and discounts directly from camera and accessory companies

Ø  Discounts: Up to 20 % discounts on all paid activities by DPC

Membership Fee:                             Rs.10,000/- per annum

 
 
Who should join?
 
1. Photography enthusiasts irrespective of the camera (you can have DSLR or a digital camera) 
 
2- Who wants to click photos to express themselves and enjoy
 
 
Membership Fee:                           INR 10000 per annum

Renewal Existing Members :                                     INR 8000

For senior citizens:                         INR   8000 per annum
 
 
If you wish to pay through cheque or cash, please mail to hi@delhiphotographyclub.com or visit us

 

Youth Photography Membership 

 DPC’s Youth Photography Membership is open!!

The DPC Youth Photography Membership updates students, the budding photographers and enthusiasts of year round activities, enlightens with constant feedback, advice, encouragement and motivation for photography. Please submit a valid college ID card(regular) with identity proof of the member.

Membership Benefits

 

Ø  One day workshop on Basics of DSLR free

Ø  6 paid photowalks on Saturdays free to take you around Delhi

Ø  Unlimited photowalks free(no registrations required on website)

Ø  Weekly Assignments to be updated on your email id.

Ø  Monthly Photo Review session  on Heritage Photowalks

Ø  Exclusive Monthly Tea talk sessions with senior photographers for club members

Ø  First preference in photobus and trips

Ø  Advise on buying camera, lenses, accessories

Ø  Assist in best deals on Camera and accessories

Ø  First notification on all DPC events n activities

Ø  A discounted upgrade to Privilege Membership Program

Ø  Upto 20% discount on all DPC activities (only for self)

Ø  Avail an opportunity to be College coordinator in DPC College connect program.



  •  Who should join?

  • Any college/university going student with loads of enthusiasm towards photography

  • Having any camera—Digital or DSLR

  • Who wants to click photos to express themselves and enjoy. (Not to mention, upload them on facebook)

Requirements

To be a member, we need the following

  • Photocopy of your college id

  • Membership fee, paid in full

  • Filled up application form

  • Two photos

 Membership Fee: 2500 per annum 

 

Membership Dates & Timing Venue Maximum
Seats
Available
Seats
Fees Registration
Fees
Interested?
DPC Premium Membership View course detail 11.00 am - 6:00 pm Tuesday closed. Bldg No. 5 D, II Floor, Shahpur Jat , New Delhi-49 25 21 10000 5000
Youth Photography Membership (students) View course detail 11.00 am - 6:00 pm Tuesday Closed Bldg No. 5 D, II Floor, Shahpur Jat, New Delhi-49 25 3 2500 2500
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