Mumbai: Ryan International Group Of Institutions celebrates World Photography Day

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Mumbai, Sep 20: To bring holistic development of the youth with emphasis on skill development, Ryan International Group of Institutions organized a photography workshop cum interactive session with ace photographer Advait Vaidya, the executive producer and film photographer of Benetone Films, Thailand on the occasion of World Photography Day with hundreds of students in attendance.

In this virtual photography workshop cum interactive session, Vaidya, a celebrity photographer and who has worked on movies like Fast and Furious addressed the queries of the photography enthusiasts and taught the students on portrait and lighting photography, street and travel photography, and the uses of different types lenses for different genre of photography. Vaidya shared with the students about the nuances of skilled photography and impressed upon the students the endless hours photographers put in to make a picture perfect.

Students of
Ryan International School (ICSE) - Malad
Ryan International School (CBSE) - Malad
Cambridge School Kandivli
Ryan International School -Kandivali
Ryan Christian School, Borivali
Ryan International School- Nallasopara
St Joseph’s, CBSE,Panvel
Ryan International School - Ambernath
Ryan International School, Chembur
Ryan International Academy, Bavdhan

Who attended the session were delighted to see the magic of cameras and photography and enhanced their skill in the art of photography.

The meeting commenced with invoking the Almighty’s blessing and the Lord’s Prayer was led by Vidhee Anand from Ryan International School, Malad ICSE followed by the scripture reading by Diya Mehta from Ryan International School, Malad ICSE. The august assembly was then welcomed by Subhayu Sen from Ryan International School, Malad ICSE. The interactive session with Advait was extremely thought provoking. The ardent students aired a volley of questions pertaining to the photography stream and which were equivocally answered by the ace celebrity.

Following are the students who got the opportunity to open their thinking to the new frames of camera lenses.
• Jiya Mishra - St Joseph’s, CBSE, Panvel
• Samridhi Shree - Ryan International School , Chembur
• Anvita Shukla - Ryan International School- Kandivali
• Aditi Chowdhury and Mr.Tanay Tare - Ryan International School, Malad CBSE
• Harsh Mane - Ryan Christian School, Borivali
• Akhil Nitave Payel – Ryan International Academy Bavdhan Pune
• Jinal Pipaliya and Anushka Sangle - Ryan Academy, Pune ·
• Rewa palkar - Ryan International School, Malad ICSE
• Atharv Gaitonde - Cambridge School Kandivli
• Atharv Mapuskar - Ryan Christian School, Borivli
• Payel Maity - Ryan International Academy, Bavdhan Pune

The enriching session concluded with the thanksgiving note by Anika Kabra from Ryan International School, Malad ICSE.

Aligning with the mission of providing skill-based education as envisioned by the Chairman of Ryan International Group of Institutions Dr A F Pinto and managing director madam Dr Grace Pinto, skill enhancement programmes through workshops and interactive sessions are held every month for the students of Ryan International Group of Institutions by chipping in distinguished personalities from different walks of life and resource persons of various skills.


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