Street Photography Workshop by British Council India, Chennai

mylapore photowalk coverage

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Street Photography Workshop by British Council India, Chennai

mylapore photowalk photo coverage

Recently attended the Street Photography Workshop, well organized by British Council India and conducted by Ramesh Raja, an prolific Fuji X series street photographer. He visually shared his expert principles, personal experiences on capturing the extraordinary street photography and tips on how to improvise on our photography skills. We also had a wonderful practical hands on photo walk to see the streets of Mylapore through our cameras. Special thanks to the British Council India team for nicely coordinating the workshop.

Check out and enjoy my photo captures of Mylapore photowalk @ Street Photography Workshop by British Council India, Chennai.

 

 

 

 

 

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