The Finale – Annual Year-End Exhibition of Diploma Batch 2013-14

On 18th August 2014, the Apex Diploma Batch of 2013-14 ended a wonderful year with their self-curated exhibition that was attended by friends and family of the students.
In midst of all the excitement and interactions, the students were handed over their diplomas and also were given the last piece of advice by their faculties.

“This diploma is just the start if your photographic journey, there is a long way to go from here. Do everything with passion and also start on to few personal projects which will not only upgrade your skill but will enhance you as a person too.” Dinesh Khanna

“Be active on social media, promote yourself well but also be connected to your roots which are the most important thing. Always remember where you come from.” – Ashish Chawla

Leaving the students with such inspiring words and wishing them the best for their future the session ended with a round of snacks and drinks.

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Portrait Session – Diploma Batch 2013-14

An ongoing session for Diploma batch 2013-14 under mentorship of faculty, director and photographer Dinesh Khanna. The basic idea was to experiment with different lighting technique and also observing your subject.
Here Bhuvanesh shares his insights about the session: “Shooting portraits was a tedious task as we have to see what lighting we have to use on different faces,expressions. Overall it was a great experience, understanding lights was the main objective.
It is joyful to shoot portraits in ambient as well as studio.

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Portrait Session – Diploma Batch 2013-14

An ongoing session for Diploma batch 2013-14 under mentorship of faculty, director and photographer Dinesh Khanna. The basic idea was to experiment with different lighting technique and also observing your subject.
Here Vipin Keswani shares his insights about the session: “These are the portraits of one of my friend named Akshay. In these portraits I tried to capture his different expressions along with different lighting styles.
It was a difficult task to take his portraits as he had a very busy schedule and I had to convince him to take out his time, another challenge was to set different kinds of lighting and see which suits him the best, however he was very cooperative and managed to give the required expressions with ease and made my task a bit easier.
In spite the task being so difficult, it was a great fun to shoot with him.”

Pictures shot by Vipin during the session:

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