On 'World Photography Day', Cinematographer Rajan And Wildlife Photo Expert Jivitesh Shares their Experiences In A Webinar Organized By Indraprastha University
India's Youngest Wildlife Photographer Master Jivitesh Singh was the star attraction in the webinar. This may be the first time that a teenager has been invited as the speaker. He requested the audience to motivate their children towards nature and encourage them to adopt photography as their hobby.
New Delhi: The 'World Photography Day' is celebrated on August 19, all over the world. This day is dedicated to those photographers who captured some special moments in pictures and made them memorable forever. on the occasion of World Photography Day, a Webinar on World Photography was organized by Guru Gobind Singh Indraprastha University in the capital. India's Youngest Wildlife Photographer Master Jivitesh Singh was the star attraction in the webinar. This may be the first time that such a teenager of 14 years, has been invited as the speaker. Apart from Jivitesh Singh, cinematographer Mr. Rajan Layalpuri also participated in this webinar and shared their experiences and knowledge with the public.
The program is well conducted by Deepti Madam. Shri Rajan Layalpuri shared all the information related to his field and answered the questions of people. He shared the techniques and tools which are being used in their field of photography with the audience.
Jivitesh Singh also shared his experiences and the difficulties faced in the journey of his photography field while answering the questions of all the people. On-demand of the public, he has shown his clicked photographs which were highly appreciated by the audience. He requested the audience to motivate their children towards nature and encourage them to adopt photography as their passion or hobby. He also shared if they adopt photography as their hobby, it will not only give them an opportunity to know nature closely but also they will be benefited in form of good health too. Wildlife photography involves walking for many kilometers, which will not only provide more oxygen to the people but will also provide benefits to the movement of joints and bones. Be aware that Jivitesh Singh is the Youngest Wildlife Photographer in India. Apart from this, he has also won many awards at the national and international levels. He is always ready to contribute towards nature awareness.
Congratulating everyone on World Photography Day, Jivitesh Singh said that only with the help of photography, the best moments of life can be captured and stored through photos and those moments can be cherished anytime in the future.