Women learn Photography skills

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Everyone wants to capture each and every moment of a day today happenings of their life through Photography. Today we see the presence of women in all fields along with men like Pilots, Railways, Govt Transport Corporation, Police, Administration Sports, Politics and so on.

Subhash Photos, Ramdev Galli Belagavi thought of conducting FREE Photography Workshop especially for Women to encourage them and to boost their hidden talent in Photography.

With an overwhelming response, only the first 40 women who had enrolled their names were given an entry for the workshop which included Doctors, Engineers, Architects and Home makers.

Swati Oulkar addressed the upcoming photo enthusiasts about the basic idea of the workshop and how this could help them in their life. She added women have all the talent in them, but it is the lack of exposure and support that the women are very less in number in this field. Now photography is a need and with so many occasions and each one wanting that special candid photo, some technical knowledge is a must to get that great ‘aww’ photo. It could be just a hobby but if you can work hard on it it can be your profession as well.


Trupti Kamat, one of the emerging Women Photographer of Belagavi was the Chief Guest and she shared her experience with the participants.

Trupti who has been working as a professional photographer for the past 10 years, shared her journey of learning photography and then taking it up as a professional. It was never so easy to get orders at first, but with changing times, now people approach for a wedding and other photography, she added.

Photography for me is capturing the memories which can be preserved for a lifetime. Capturing the souls than just the frame. It’s a medium where a moment is captured which needs no words to describe. The picture itself just says all Something more than what a camera can see.

Entering a male dominated profession was never easy, many others laughed at me, but I was confident about my self and my parents, friends supported me which is a must, she said.

Subhash Oulkar, Managing Partner of Subhash Photos expressed his views on the developments in Photography in today’s world and asked the buddying photographers to be acquainted with the latest in the photography may it be printing or related to cameras.

Dnyanesh Oulkar, a well known Photographer himself and Managing Partner of Subhash

Photos conducted this workshop and explained in detail about about how to take a picture, lighting and its importance and what to expect from the print of the photograph. He also touched on aspects of digital editing in brief.

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