Jalandhar, August 18, 2015: The World Photography Day was celebrated in a grand manner by the Department of Journalism and Mass Communication of CT Institute of Higher Studies (CTIHS) by organizing a one day workshop on photography at its Shahpur Campus on Tuesday.
Mr. Karamveer Sandhu (Senior Photojournalist, Dainik Jagran) and Mr. Malkit Singh (Senior Photojournalist, The Tribune) interacted with the students. In the workshop on photography, the students were given practical training in photojournalism and studio photography.
Mr. Karamveer Sandhu (Senior Photojournalist, Dainik Jagran) explained to the students about understanding the colour temperature and its use in photography. He also shared his experiences on photo journalism. He briefed the students about the pressures to cover a news photo.
Mr. Malkit Singh (Senior Photojournalist, The Tribune) gave tips to students and talked to the students about various techniques of photography. He highlighted the working of correct aperture, shutter speed and ISO. He also mentioned about different concepts of lighting. He shared and discussed various professional photographs with the students.
Mr. Manbir Singh (Managing Director, CT Group of Institutions) stressed on the famous saying, he quoted “A single photograph can say 1000 words.” He said, “If the right mood and idea has been conceptualized in the picture then it can explain the picture without the use of single word.” S. Charanjit Singh Channi (Chairman, CT Group of Institutions) expressed his gratitude towards media personalities for sharing their salubrious thoughts with the aspiring photographers and journalists.