A Journey for my photographs to reach the walls of India Habitat Center, Delhi || A Group Exhibition on Monuments of Delhi @ IHC, Delhi

Tomorrow is last day of Photography exhibition on Delhi Monuments, which was ON for last one month at India Habitat Center. This was my first attempt to showcase my photographs in a exhibition and it was a great learning. This gave lot of details about the expectations people usually have from photographs and why would they want to have a Photography art. Let's check out this Photo Journey to know about this whole experience...Some of these photographs have been exhibited in United States, but since I was not present there with my photographs I could not know direct view-points of viewers. During last one month, I tried to spend few evenings at India Habitat Center and met various people who showed their intersts in different types of Photography work. This was a great inspiration to work upon some interesting ideas and projects. I had never thoughts that apart from good exposure at IHC, I will get so many details about real Photography market. Hope that new journey will start from now onwards with some good possibilities around Photography spaceIt was a group exhibition by a talented group of amateur photographers who have spent enough time around Delhi Monuments and know these places inside out. Great experience to collaborate with like minded Photographers and some of the popular art lovers in India.Another Exhibition is planned in the month of March in 2013 and will keep updating for more details.

Tomorrow is last day of Photography exhibition on Delhi Monuments, which was ON for last one month at India Habitat Center. This was my first attempt to showcase my photographs in a exhibition and it was a great learning. This gave lot of details about the expectations people usually have from photographs and why would they want to have a Photography art. Let's check out this Photo Journey to know about this whole experience...


Tomorrow is last day of Photography exhibition on Delhi Monuments, which was ON for last one month at India Habitat Center. This was my first attempt to showcase my photographs in a exhibition and it was a great learning. This gave lot of details about the expectations people usually have from photographs and why would they want to have a Photography art. Let's check out this Photo Journey to know about this whole experience...Some of these photographs have been exhibited in United States, but since I was not present there with my photographs I could not know direct view-points of viewers. During last one month, I tried to spend few evenings at India Habitat Center and met various people who showed their intersts in different types of Photography work. This was a great inspiration to work upon some interesting ideas and projects. I had never thoughts that apart from good exposure at IHC, I will get so many details about real Photography market. Hope that new journey will start from now onwards with some good possibilities around Photography spaceIt was a group exhibition by a talented group of amateur photographers who have spent enough time around Delhi Monuments and know these places inside out. Great experience to collaborate with like minded Photographers and some of the popular art lovers in India.Another Exhibition is planned in the month of March in 2013 and will keep updating for more details.

Some of these photographs have been exhibited in United States, but since I was not present there with my photographs I could not know direct view-points of viewers. During last one month, I tried to spend few evenings at India Habitat Center and met various people who showed their intersts in different types of Photography work. This was a great inspiration to work upon some interesting ideas and projects. I had never thoughts that apart from good exposure at IHC, I will get so many details about real Photography market. Hope that new journey will start from now onwards with some good possibilities around Photography space.

Tomorrow is last day of Photography exhibition on Delhi Monuments, which was ON for last one month at India Habitat Center. This was my first attempt to showcase my photographs in a exhibition and it was a great learning. This gave lot of details about the expectations people usually have from photographs and why would they want to have a Photography art. Let's check out this Photo Journey to know about this whole experience...Some of these photographs have been exhibited in United States, but since I was not present there with my photographs I could not know direct view-points of viewers. During last one month, I tried to spend few evenings at India Habitat Center and met various people who showed their intersts in different types of Photography work. This was a great inspiration to work upon some interesting ideas and projects. I had never thoughts that apart from good exposure at IHC, I will get so many details about real Photography market. Hope that new journey will start from now onwards with some good possibilities around Photography spaceIt was a group exhibition by a talented group of amateur photographers who have spent enough time around Delhi Monuments and know these places inside out. Great experience to collaborate with like minded Photographers and some of the popular art lovers in India.Another Exhibition is planned in the month of March in 2013 and will keep updating for more details.

It was a group exhibition by a talented group of amateur photographers who have spent enough time around Delhi Monuments and know these places inside out. Great experience to collaborate with like minded Photographers and some of the popular art lovers in India. 

Another Exhibition is planned in the month of March in 2013 and will keep updating for more details.

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Being Traveler said…
Wow. Very nice clicks I must say.

Cheers!

Himanshu Nagpal | Being Traveler

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