Udupi, Aug 20, 2014 : Speaking after inaugurating the world photography day celebrations organized by Udupi district Working Journalists Association, Deputy Commissioner Muddu Mohan said pictures convey messages analytically and more powerfully, which stands as testimony to the story. The deputy commissioner said that photographers have to work at the cutting edge in the field.
They are the one who encounter most of the professional hazards. Photography is an art. It acts as the reflection of various facets of the society, he added. District Information Officer Rohini opined that rapid technological revolution in the arena of cameras, has made photography more easier unlike earlier.
Speaking after receiving the felicitation, renowned photographer Gurudutt said photography is a kind of virtual reality, which helps one to create the illusions. He called upon the photographers to try to narrate the story through the pictures by looking into lines and circles. He said photography, wherein harmony and balancing is more essential, needs to be the balanced combination of identity, simplicity, frame, focus and exposure. The picture should be analyzed graphically and geographically. He said there is no identical demarcation between good and bad picture. It is the matter of single line that no one can question or judge over a picture, as the photo that is taken is solely the photographer’s perceptions.
Mangalore : ‘Pictures true testimony to words’ : As a part of World Photography day, Mangalore zone of South Kanara Photographers’ Association (SKPA) organised aprogramme of clicking passport photographs of senior citizens free of cost. The programme, held at Mannagudda Government Higher Primary School was inaugurated by Mangalore City Corporation Mayor Mahabal Marla. In fact, he inaugurated the programme by clicking the photograph of a senior citizen. The images of as many as 86 senior citizens were caught in lens. School Head teacher Joyce Henry, Association President Chandrakanth and other office-bearers were present.
Free pictures photography day : MANGALORE: As many as 100 students of Sharada Vidyalaya here assembled at the school ground with unfolded umbrellas in their hands on Monday evening to create a replica of the machine, which provides recording of the myriad unforgettable moments of life and time on camera.
The novel programme, named, ‘Chayacharana,’ was conceived by Punik Shetty of Punik’s Digital as a part of celebrating World Photography Day. The large replica of lens created by the students was of 20x50 feet size. DK and Udupi Photographers’ Association President Vasudeva Rao inaugurated the programme. He dwelled upon the tremendous changes the profession of photography has undergone over the course of time. Speaking on the occasion, Dr Srinivas Kakkillaya reminisced the black and white era of photography where one had to use film roll to capture an image, get it washed and finally the unparalleled joy of seeing the image at the first time. Sharada Vidyalaya President M B Puranik, Kannada Sahitya Parishath District President Pradeep Kumar Kalkura, Artist Dinesh Holla, School Vice Principal Dayanand Kateel among others were present.