If you like documentaries on countries and different communities, join photographer Neha Mungekar for a storytelling (through visuals) workshop this Sunday. Mungekar will highlight the nuances of photojournalism. "I have been pursuing photography for over a decade. I work on climate change and environmental issues," says the 30-year-old.
The workshop isn't restricted to photographers. "Even a parent, who wants to document the daily activities of her child, can attend the session. This is more about documentary photography, not portraits or landscapes," adds Mungekar, who will also discuss the different genres of photography. Participants will get a chance to showcase their expertise behind the lens. "They will be given themes and they have to come up with three images based on them."
Mungekar is also an avid solo traveller, having visited more than 16 countries. "I will use my travel experiences as case studies. It makes it easier to explain the art of documenting," she adds.
ON: June 25, 10 am to 2 pm
AT: Dr Bhau Daji Lad Mumbai City Museum, Veer Mata Jijabai Bhonsle Udyan, Byculla (E).
COST: Rs 300
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