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CHENNAI. ARE YOU READY FOR A DATE WITH PHOTOGRAPHY? THE FINEST IN PHOTOGRAPHY LEARNING. NOW IN YOUR CITY! IIP presents its unique 2-Day Basic Photography Workshop. From 2-11-2019 to 3-11-2019 Workshop Mentor: IIP Mentor Come, be a part of this unique learning programme that brings you face –to-face with the art and basics of photography. What’s more, you can also be a part of a special student counseling session! Interested? Call us at 9015422322 or email at response@iipedu.com to register. Limited seats. So hurry! . #thephotographyinstitute #collegeofphotography #iipacademy #newagelearning #iip #iipians #chennai #indianinstituteofphotography #theworldisyours #iipedu #learnphotography #chennaidiaries #photographycourses #lifeatiip #theworldisyours #dslr #chennaites #chennaiphotography #chennaiblogger
“Give a girl the right shoes, and she can conquer the world” By IIPian Abhishek Basavraj @abhishek_basavaraj18 . model - Sandhya special thanks to IIPian Chandra Vishal . #photography #photographer #photographysouls #visualsoflife #photoart #photographyart #model #emotions #girl #female #studio #thephotographyinstitute #lifeatiip #learnphotography #iip #iipians #iipedu #photographycourses #theworldisyours #photographyinstitute #indianinstituteofphotography
“Cultural Study, Environmental Portrait” by IIPian Joydeb Biswas India is an interesting and riveting potpourri of traditional cultural styles. Each style speaking stories of the land it belongs to. One such beauty lies in the masks made by the Gamari Wood at Mahishbathan which lies in South Dinajpur is Kushmandi block(West Bengal). These masks are based on mythological characters like Moshan, Narorakshas, Hanuman, Chamkali, Chamunda etc. with the wood also taking shapes of bamboo vases, trays, incense stands, pen stands etc. Scholars from different parts of the world have come here to observe the age-old intricate process of bamboo-carving. This involves bamboo pieces submerged in water mixed with mulberry gum powder, bleaching powder and sal. which are then taken out after a week and sun-dried. The wooden masks are meant for use in Gambheera dances or Palas (musical folk theaters). These ornate and hallowed wooden masks have carved a huge following in native Bengal and also around the globe. @r_j_photos_ #incredibleindia #art #craft #woodenmasks #bengal #culture #artisan #craftsmanship #artists #bambooart #amazingindia #india #mask #handicraft #learnphotography #photographycourses #lifeatiip #theworldisyours #photographyinstitute #thephotographyinstitute #iipians #indianinstituteofphotography