The earliest existence of photography in India can be traced back to 1850s, with wide-spreading growth in three metros of Madras, Bombay and Calcutta. Much photography in early years was tied to the colonial regime, people’s everyday lives and landscape. As of today, photography has become an art form of expressing emotions or visions with great aesthetic and visual appeal.

We conduct photography workshops on the regular basis. Students are taught by professional photographers from abroad and receive the world-class learning and the practical training. From time to time, they are sent to competitions for gaining invaluable hands on experiences.