By Christelle Weinsberg What’s better to learn about the evolution of photography than paying a visit to an arsenal of vintage cameras? This is exactly what the new Apex Students had the privilege to do! Mentor Aditya Arya … Continue reading
-By Divya Sachar
Photo Exhibition: ‘Draw from Light ‘: Early Photography & The Indian Sub-Continent.
The students of the Diploma batch were taken on an educational field trip to the Indra Gandhi National Centre for the Arts where they were able to view some rare analogue photographs of the Indian Sub continent.
The exhibition held at IGNCA, in collaboration with the Alkazi Foundation for the Arts, showcased stunning vintage photographs from the private collection of Ebrahim Alkazi along with some priceless vintage cameras.
It was divided into two sections. One showcasing beautiful landscape photographs of the Indian sub continent taken by John Murray, Alexander Greenlaw, Samuel Bourne, William Johnson, etc.
The images displayed in the other section comprised of stunning portraits taken by Raja Deen Dayal, B S Pochee & sons, Dirga Man Chitrakar, Herzog & Higgins, Johnston & Hoffman, etc. Continue reading
By Ayush Dutta ‘Home and Away’ curated by acclaimed photographer, Sunil Gupta brought together Indian and international photographers in perfect harmony, mingling the rural with the urban. The idea behind the exhibition was what these eight photographers think about home … Continue reading
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