Reputed photo school to open branch in city of joy y

Have a thing for freezing frames with the camera? Then take a flight to the Udaan School of Photography which promises to offer wings to an army of aspiring shutterbugs this season. No, you don’t have to leave your city to go on a clicking mode.

The reputed studio will shortly open its centre at the heart of Kolkata. After Mumbai and Delhi, it’s now the culture-capital’s turn to train the talented amateurs with a creative, roving eye and a thirst for shooting an interesting sight.
Come September 1, the brand new local franchisee at its South Kolkata address (23C, Ahiripukur 1st Lane, Kolkata-19, off Ballygunge Circular Road & opposite Tivoli Court) will commence with a basic module, followed by an advanced course and an array of workshops for the greenhorns to hone their fundamental skills. The six-day basic course and a five-day advanced syllabus on photography will have their classes held on the weekends. While the workshops will be conducted during the weekdays. All have been meticulously designed by a panel of leading names in the field of professional photography.
It is important to note that unlike the Mumbai metropolis, which also teaches a one-year course on photojournalism and commercial photography for a professional career, Kolkata’s curriculum will be devoid of this chapter. “Well, we might introduce it here at a later stage provided we are satisfied with the results and the kind of turn-out and feedback we get to receive from the upcoming basic and advanced courses besides a string of numerous workshops to be spearheaded in the City of Joy,” assures ace lensman Parth Sanyal, who is also on the board of founder-members of Udaan. Udaan was first floated by a pack of dare-devil lensmen.

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