Photography Classes in Hyderabad

#1 Dec 16th, 2008, 16:40
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Looking for some serious photography classes in Hyderabad. Basically something where I can spend time learning basics and some intermediate techniques.

Anybody suggest anything.

Thanks
#2 Dec 16th, 2008, 17:47
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Rajan Babu used to run a photography school located in Lakdi Ka Pul area, still is according to these links:

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Master of the grammar of lens
Ask the ace photographer, B. Rajan Babu, what are the basic qualities of a good photographer?
He would narrate this story to drive home his point: While on a tour of Canada in 1942, Winston Churchill, lighting a fresh cigar, gave a photographer just a couple of minutes to take the snap. Disturbed by the wisps of smoke, the lensman pleaded with Churchill to put down the cigar for a moment, only to get a curt 'No'.
As time ran out, the worried photographer gently plucked the cigar from Churchill's mouth and simultaneously pressed the shutter, little knowing that he had clicked a historic portrait of the powerful statesman of the world in his characteristic pose. For, the camera had captured the "pugnacity and the indomitable spirit of the British bulldog in the darkest days of World War II". After finishing the story he would ask you "What is the moral ofthis story?" Explaining it himself, Rajan Babu says, "A good photographer should be sharp with his or her five senses (taste, hearing, vision, touch and smell) and should be well versed with the five elements (earth, water, fire, air and space) and the 'nava rasas' (nine moods). If one is an adept in these things then the rest would follow........................ .....
Rajan Babu believes that photography is like language and one should know the grammar well to become an expert. To give fillip to this idea, he has started the Rajan's School of Photography in Hyderabad to train budding photographers.
More: http://www.hinduonnet.com/thehindu/m...1902270300.htm

and: http://telanganautsav.wordpress.com/...di-rajan-babu/

Arvind Chenji is another photographer I can think of, not sure if he runs a school though: http://www.thehindujobs.com/thehindu...3100930100.htm
#3 Dec 31st, 2010, 00:41
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If you are looking for Free Classes at Hyderabad, The Camera Club of Hyderabad (TheCCH)organises Classwork (tutorial & Workshop) Once every month on a Sunday.

You may get more details at TheCCH (http://www.flickr.com/groups/thecch/)
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Anybody are members here ???????? me keen to expore this club....HAPPY NEW YEAR TO U ALL
#5 Jan 10th, 2011, 12:41
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@ praveen eguri,

You can visit The Camera Club of Hyderabad's Link at Flickr and send a request to join with your interest.
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THANKS BHASKAR.......happy festival season to you,,,,,,,,,

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