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Sun, 19 Feb 2017 12:00PM
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Have you ever wondered, 

What is Stress? 

What causes Stress?

How do we conquer stress?

How do we lead a stress-free life?

Kshivya and Taitila Present a workshop on Stress Management where you get enlightened on the Role of Self and Expectations in Stress and learn techniques to overcome stress.

To register contact Sonam (8095491718) or Rakshita (9632542920)

Fee: 1550/- *Unlimited coffee/tea, along with snacks

About the Resource persons:

Rakshita has been into this since the past 10 years, practising tarot cards and spiritual personality development in India and America. She has been handling individual cases at her office, teaching at schools and corporates and also doing workshops. Spiritual personality development fine tunes ones inner self and brings them face to face with the reality of life and well-being, it helps manifests desires in the right way and helps a person to live life towards completeness.

Sonam is a Counselling Psychologist, Life coach and Nutritionist. She conducts individual as well as group counselling sessions at her clinic. She also conducts workshops and training on soft skills, life skills and lifestyle coaching. She is associated with different institutions in Bangalore. Psychology helps one understand their unconscious and sub-conscious mind, hence enabling them to take informed decisions to making life more meaningful.



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Dialogues Sun, 20 Aug
It was exactly one year back that I quit my job and started my entrepreneurial journey. This heartening one year has been all about working endless hours, trying to build a solution for both students and parents who find difficulty in enrolling to the right coaching institutes. We have also grown into a team of nine fun-loving go-getters working on revolutionising the Indian education sector. We have found support from angel investors, picking up three rounds of angel funding for our venture. Our product, which is both service plus enterprise technology, will be ready for market launch by end of September.

My life has been inspired from sports and it has played a big part in my life. I play all kind of sports and its an epitome of hard work and dedication. I can be characterised as one of those sore losers who doesnt like to lose. I play to win and thats what I try to inculcate in my entire team, the qualities of a winner. Behind that winner, lies hours of practice, toil and sweat, a coach who pushes you beyond your limits but more than that you need to love that game. My favourite sportsperson is Lionel Messi and I dream of witnessing him score a hattrick in one an El-Classico. And yeah, about my ambition, I want to see my start-up listed on National Stock Exchange one day.

(Shivang is the founder of an Ed-tech startup named WeVectors where he provides both magnitude and direction to all the educational needs of Indian students. He visited Dialogues on a Sunday afternoon where in a brief conversation with a co-founder, he shared his love for sports and entrepreneurship.)

Dialogues Sat, 19 Aug
Adapted from A Song of Ice and Fire by George R. R. Martin, Game of Thrones is one of the most popular television series of all time.

Have you ever wondered why it's called Essos and not Easteros?

Does the Iron Bank work on public holidays?

What happens when a dragon goes vegan?

Join us as we try to answer these questions and many more this Saturday at Dialogues.

We will also be discussing strategies to defeat the Night King, Tyrion's witty repartees and Cersei's evil machinations.

Meet fellow GoT fans. Make new friends.

Charges: 150 rupees (one drink complementary)

Limited seats (25 only).

The discussion will be moderated by Shivankar Jay.

Let's discuss Game of Thrones
Adapted from A Song of Ice and Fire by George R. R. Martin, Game of Thrones is one of the most popular television series of all time.

Have you ever wondered why it's called Essos and not Easteros?

Does the Iron Bank work on public holidays?

What happens when a dragon goes vegan?

Join us as we try to answer these questions and many more this Saturday at Dialogues.

We will also be discussing strategies to defeat the Night King, Tyrion's witty repartees and Cersei's evil machinations.

Meet fellow GoT fans. Make new friends.

Charges: 150 rupees (one drink complementary)

Limited seats (25 only).

The discussion will be moderated by Shivankar Jay.

Dialogues Sat, 19 Aug
Collage of pictures showcasing the vibrant life at Dialogues.
Dialogues Fri, 18 Aug
Welcome to an exciting 3-hour Decoupage workshop to transform an empty bottle into a unique accessory.

Buddha symbolises tranquility and art encourages creativity. Indulge in Dcoupage workshop which combines both. Dust off the stress of your mind while you work with 'buddha' motifs. Learn the technique of ornamenting a simple product with paper cut outs and take it away home with you.

There's no need to have any artistic skills. Just bring your smile and be ready to relax and have a fun time in a group. All supplies will be provided at the venue:

bottle

decoupage napkin

decoupage glue

paints, brushes and other miscellaneous material

About the artist:

Roopsi is an artist and jewellery designer. Her work includes various forms of traditional as well as contemporary art. She is passionate about sharing her knowledge and learning with art enthusiasts. Connect with her during the workshop to get an insight into her experience in art.

1500/- per head.

Limited seats ( 10)

Pre-book to block your place.

Decoupage Workshop
Welcome to an exciting 3-hour Decoupage workshop to transform an empty bottle into a unique accessory.

Buddha symbolises tranquility and art encourages creativity. Indulge in Dcoupage workshop which combines both. Dust off the stress of your mind while you work with 'buddha' motifs. Learn the technique of ornamenting a simple product with paper cut outs and take it away home with you.

There's no need to have any artistic skills. Just bring your smile and be ready to relax and have a fun time in a group. All supplies will be provided at the venue:

bottle

decoupage napkin

decoupage glue

paints, brushes and other miscellaneous material

About the artist:

Roopsi is an artist and jewellery designer. Her work includes various forms of traditional as well as contemporary art. She is passionate about sharing her knowledge and learning with art enthusiasts. Connect with her during the workshop to get an insight into her experience in art.

1500/- per head.

Limited seats ( 10)

Pre-book to block your place.

Dialogues Fri, 18 Aug
I walked into Dialogues just looking for a place to go and work for a few hours. I had heard of it before, but what I had heard definitely didn't do justice to the place. I fell in love with the ambience in the first 10 minutes. The room I saw in front of me as soon as I entered made the reader in me sad because all I wanted to do was cozy up in a corner with a book, but I had work to do. So, I settled down on a high stool where I was sure to pay attention to work, and I got much more done in 3 hours than I ever would normally.

The whole place has a great vibe. There's different seating for different moods, and I felt like I finally found a place that I can go to when I want to work or read a book or just be- all under one roof. I'm sure I'm going to find myself coming here pretty often!

Dialogues Wed, 16 Aug
I dont know what lot can happen over a coffee but Dialogues Cafe is a perfect answer to all the innovation that can happen on a cafe.

With all the super special attributes, Dialogues Cafe is highly preferred and admired among all the book cafes of Bangalore.

10 Book Cafes in Bangalore which are a must visit for Book Lovers and Food Addicts - MetroSaga
These Book Cafes in Bangalore will motivate you to read more. From Sankars, Blossoms, Leaping windows, to Dialogues Cafe, and others. They are a must visit.
Dialogues Wed, 16 Aug
Dialogues Cafe presents "Break Out Comedy" an evening of unprecedented comedy. In this edition of stand up comedy, we present to you Three of the finest stand-up comedians in the country: Ajay Samson, Rupen Paul and Rajesh Hinduja.

Rupen Paul l is a frustrated middle class South Indian who did not do engineering, not because he was too cool to follow the crowd but mainly because he didn't get enough marks. His jokes can find him making fun of the absurdities and oddities of life as experienced by people growing in a middle class homes. He is the winner of the 2014 Comedy Open Mic organized by Big Mic and has performed shows across Bangalore, Chennai, Kochi, Mumbai and Pune.

Ajay Samson is a Bangalore based stand-up comedian. His comedy is local and lovable, just like his city. He is also a voice-over artist and a stage 'over'- actor He is the winner of Comedy Central Chuckle Festival in India and is well-known for his performances alongside the famous Russel Brand and Vir Das.

Rajesh Hinduja is the oldest comedian in the country and discovered his talent for comedy rather late in life. Apparently the talent was hidden so deep down it took a while to emerge !! Two things that confuse him till today are technology and women and when he has to deal with a combination of both the result can be seriously funny .

Only 18+ allowed

Break Out Comedy
Dialogues Cafe presents "Break Out Comedy" an evening of unprecedented comedy. In this edition of stand up comedy, we present to you Three of the finest stand-up comedians in the country: @[644265124:2048:Ajay Samson], @[100001647223728:2048:Rupen Paul] and @[100000834400213:2048:Rajesh Hinduja].

@[100001647223728:2048:Rupen Paul] l is a frustrated middle class South Indian who did not do engineering, not because he was too cool to follow the crowd but mainly because he didn't get enough marks. His jokes can find him making fun of the absurdities and oddities of life as experienced by people growing in a middle class homes. He is the winner of the 2014 Comedy Open Mic organized by Big Mic and has performed shows across Bangalore, Chennai, Kochi, Mumbai and Pune.

@[644265124:2048:Ajay Samson] is a Bangalore based stand-up comedian. His comedy is local and lovable, just like his city. He is also a voice-over artist and a stage 'over'- actor He is the winner of Comedy Central Chuckle Festival in India and is well-known for his performances alongside the famous Russel Brand and Vir Das.

@[100000834400213:2048:Rajesh Hinduja] is the oldest comedian in the country and discovered his talent for comedy rather late in life. Apparently the talent was hidden so deep down it took a while to emerge !! Two things that confuse him till today are technology and women and when he has to deal with a combination of both the result can be seriously funny .

Only 18+ allowed

Dialogues Tue, 15 Aug
Let us all strive to make a better, more compassionate and a happier India for our younger generation.

Where the mind is without fear and the head is held high

Where knowledge is free

Where the world has not been broken up into fragments

By narrow domestic walls

Where words come out from the depth of truth

Where tireless striving stretches its arms towards perfection

Where the clear stream of reason has not lost its way

Into the dreary desert sand of dead habit

Where the mind is led forward by thee

Into ever-widening thought and action

Into that heaven of freedom, my Father, let my country awake

Jatan Mehta Mon, 14 Aug
Any photos from the Wordzoned event that took place yesterday ?
Dialogues Mon, 14 Aug
"Good cinema does more than entertain or fill seats at the cinema. It has the power to change hearts and minds and sometimes society more widely."

The idea of Dialogues with Cinema is to bring together a group of people with a taste of quality cinema. In this event the participants would discuss, share and exchange information about good movies from the selected genre. As a participant, you do not have to be a scholar in the movies, you just want to share, enjoy or build your knowledge about good movies.

It will be a 3 hour informal and engaging event where we divide time amongst participants who wish to share their favourite movie from the selected genre with the group.

Genre for August episode: Action movies (Anime included)

Please do fill this Google form:

https://docs.google.com/forms/d/e/1FAIpQLSfBg-rDCg1t3gncmjeE2e7x4uf7stBmN2S1T6u92bsdWGerUA/viewform?c=0&w=1&includes_info_params=true

Charges: INR 150 for regular customer, INR 100 for students . It includes one drink complimentary at Dialogues Cafe.

About the host Shivankar Jay:

Shivankar formerly worked as an entertainment writer, currently works as a copywriter and is a cinema buff. He spent his summer vacations in a little island in Kerala called Vypin where, as he puts it, "he grew up at regular intervals."

Shivankar now lives in a basement, spending his waking hours watching films and talking about them. To his imaginary friends.

Dialogues with Cinema (Action)
"Good cinema does more than entertain or fill seats at the cinema. It has the power to change hearts and minds and sometimes society more widely."

The idea of Dialogues with Cinema is to bring together a group of people with a taste of quality cinema. In this event the participants would discuss, share and exchange information about good movies from the selected genre. As a participant, you do not have to be a scholar in the movies, you just want to share, enjoy or build your knowledge about good movies.

It will be a 3 hour informal and engaging event where we divide time amongst participants who wish to share their favourite movie from the selected genre with the group.

Genre for August episode: Action movies (Anime included)

Please do fill this Google form:

https://docs.google.com/forms/d/e/1FAIpQLSfBg-rDCg1t3gncmjeE2e7x4uf7stBmN2S1T6u92bsdWGerUA/viewform?c=0&w=1&includes_info_params=true

Charges: INR 150 for regular customer, INR 100 for students . It includes one drink complimentary at Dialogues Cafe.

About the host Shivankar Jay:

Shivankar formerly worked as an entertainment writer, currently works as a copywriter and is a cinema buff. He spent his summer vacations in a little island in Kerala called Vypin where, as he puts it, "he grew up at regular intervals."

Shivankar now lives in a basement, spending his waking hours watching films and talking about them. To his imaginary friends.

Dialogues Sun, 13 Aug
My father was in the army, and thats how I got to live in a lot of wild places across India. Few of the best days of my life were the ones when my dad was posted in the North- Eastern states of Assam and Nagaland. Thats where I was introduced to wildlife through my dad, whose passion for the wild was so inspiring and positively infectious. There were days when my dad used to take me deep into the jungles to learn and observe animal behavior and everything was so fascinating to me.

Apart from my current job, I try to devote my maximum time into wildlife conservation and I also blog about it. One day, I would want to pursue a career of wildlife conservation (probably after I have gained some exposure and saved some money).

Some of my life changing experiences have been my first tiger sighting moment and also the close moments with a little lion-tailed macaque. It was after 10 years of search I sighted a majestic tiger in the deep forests of Bandipur. It was one amazing huge creature gazing at me while I emotionally tried to capture it both in the memories of my brain and my camera. The lion-tailed macaque or the wanderoo is one of the most adorable but sadly endangered species because its forest habitat is being turned into farmland.

I wish to do alot to increase awareness amongst youngsters on the importance of conservation. Its certainly not about whether these animals will survive or not, its largely about our human will to save them.

(Arachana Rajan is a wildlife enthusiast with love f or understanding animal behavior, tracking big cats and exploring the wilderness across India. She blogs at followthepugmarks.blog)

Dialogues Sun, 13 Aug
To me, Dialogues was an unique experience of a nice conversation compiled with serene food and scintillating environment.

I believe it's definitely a place which brings smile at one's face, sparkle in one's eyes. For a person like me with a bleak outlook on life, a place like yours motivates to appreciate simplicity of life. Additionally, the team's expansive nature helped freeing the stressed me and I could leave for the day in a palatial state of mind.

I soulfully appreciate the team Dialogues' effort to establish such a beautiful and unique place where you time is given importance unlike materialistic stuff.

Although a random check for a nearby restaurant brought me to Dialogues, but I am looking forward to visit again and again.

I wish Dialogues a good fortune ahead and be extremely successful in the job you are doing that is engaging different people and making them happy.

(Pratyusha Kar is a mechanical engineer and proudly desigs jet engines as a part of her job. She hails from Delhi and enjoys simple joys of life.)

Dialogues Sat, 12 Aug
Stories and rhymes make childhood more memorable. They bring in relatability and comfort in a child's mind. This session focusses on weaving tales and traditional Indian rhymes together, highlighting the cultural richness of the two. Introducing the current generation to the stories and rhymes which were popular in the previous generation is also the objective of this session.

The stories narrated will make you think, laugh and learn a handful of words from different Indian languages. These Indian folk tales will bring one closer to the heritage of the region they come from.

Not to forget the rhymes. There's a rhyme about the white moon, there's a rhyme about the cham, cham rains, there's something about the chhuk, chhuk trains too! Squirrels, monkeys, crows and buffaloes. Also about the pappadams , dosas and vegetables. Fun, rhythm, beats and intonation are all important when we sing or recite these Indian rhymes. We'll end the session with a traditional game.

About the storyteller/ facilitator-

Priya Muthukumar loves stories . She loves Nature. She combined her two interests. Voila ! A storyteller who loves to tell Nature Stories emerged from the magic pot !

Priya is a performance storyteller and is the founder of the storytelling initiative , Storipur. She writes Sustainability Stories for magazines, she works as a workshop consultant for schools and revels in sharing the magic of the art form, oral storytelling. She strongly believes that, 'if you want to learn about a culture, listen to the stories. If you want to change the culture, change the stories.'

Folktales and Rhymes from India
Stories and rhymes make childhood more memorable. They bring in relatability and comfort in a child's mind. This session focusses on weaving tales and traditional Indian rhymes together, highlighting the cultural richness of the two. Introducing the current generation to the stories and rhymes which were popular in the previous generation is also the objective of this session.

The stories narrated will make you think, laugh and learn a handful of words from different Indian languages. These Indian folk tales will bring one closer to the heritage of the region they come from.

Not to forget the rhymes. There's a rhyme about the white moon, there's a rhyme about the cham, cham rains, there's something about the chhuk, chhuk trains too! Squirrels, monkeys, crows and buffaloes. Also about the pappadams , dosas and vegetables. Fun, rhythm, beats and intonation are all important when we sing or recite these Indian rhymes. We'll end the session with a traditional game.

About the storyteller/ facilitator-

Priya Muthukumar loves stories . She loves Nature. She combined her two interests. Voila ! A storyteller who loves to tell Nature Stories emerged from the magic pot !

Priya is a performance storyteller and is the founder of the storytelling initiative , Storipur. She writes Sustainability Stories for magazines, she works as a workshop consultant for schools and revels in sharing the magic of the art form, oral storytelling. She strongly believes that, 'if you want to learn about a culture, listen to the stories. If you want to change the culture, change the stories.'

Dialogues Sat, 12 Aug
About the Foundation Course

The key to Good life is hidden with us!!! Tarot card foundation course

Intrigued by the above statement, you should not be. Most of the time people go wrong and blame it on their fate or just say that they are not lucky enough to have required tools to handle a situation. So what is the cause for the problem? The answer is very simple, it is our mind and the decisions that it makes under influence of various factors around us. This will have a far reaching effect if decisions are not made at the right time in right manner.

So what is the solution???

Tarot is one of the ancient systems of divination which helps a person to communicate with his higher self and utilize the higher level of consciousness for understanding a situation. What do I mean by this? Simple my mind is sort of receiver for the cosmic consciousness and Tarot is a tool by which we try to connect to this intelligence which is with us and everywhere to arrive at a right decision.

So with proper knowledge and practice one can tap into this and lead a life that is fulfilling in a way that we become more close to our higher self and lead a happy life in-spite of situations around us. As we would have the knowledge and understanding of the situation that has led to present events.

Your precious time that you spend with us will cover following topics that should enable you to use this system effectively from day 1

1. How to work with the cards?

2. Which deck to choose?

3. How to connect with the cards and interpret the card?

4. How Tarot helps in my spiritual progression?

5. How to Frame a question (A clear question will give clearer answer)?

6. How to interpret the same card in different situation?

7. How to use it for personal growth and help other?

8. How to improve link with your cards (per say the system)

9. And few other topics

About the Trainer

Ever wondered why life is so full of questions and challenges, why things happen.

This is the question each and every person would have thought about and Im no different.

Im Jayanth Chandramouli S, a Bangalorean who had this thought as long as I can remember. As part of my family upbringing I was exposed to various types of occults sciences from very young age, mainly due to the influence of my Father, which lead to learning of traditional Vedic astrology for more than 15 years (still going strong) and during time I wanted to explore other systems of divinations as well, this led to dabbling on various other systems like Palmistry, Numerology, Prasna, Swara Shastra etc, it was at this time I discovered Tarot Cards in the year 2005, which actually came to me as a pleasant surprise and captured my attention immediately from day one and then the rest is history.

By far Tarot was the most simplest and effective system of divination that I had come across and the answers that I started getting was simply shocking, it actually used to predict big shifts in my life around 6 to 8 months before the actual event and many times it seemed impossible when the card for revealed. The point is Tarot is a wonderful techniques which will help you as a person and get in touch with your higher self. Now I use Tarot reading in amalgamation with traditional Vedic astrology when reading horoscopes for people and has produced very good results.

Reach Jayanth @ 9886804467

Tarot Card - Foundation Course
About the Foundation Course

The key to Good life is hidden with us!!! Tarot card foundation course

Intrigued by the above statement, you should not be. Most of the time people go wrong and blame it on their fate or just say that they are not lucky enough to have required tools to handle a situation. So what is the cause for the problem? The answer is very simple, it is our mind and the decisions that it makes under influence of various factors around us. This will have a far reaching effect if decisions are not made at the right time in right manner.

So what is the solution???

Tarot is one of the ancient systems of divination which helps a person to communicate with his higher self and utilize the higher level of consciousness for understanding a situation. What do I mean by this? Simple my mind is sort of receiver for the cosmic consciousness and Tarot is a tool by which we try to connect to this intelligence which is with us and everywhere to arrive at a right decision.

So with proper knowledge and practice one can tap into this and lead a life that is fulfilling in a way that we become more close to our higher self and lead a happy life in-spite of situations around us. As we would have the knowledge and understanding of the situation that has led to present events.

Your precious time that you spend with us will cover following topics that should enable you to use this system effectively from day 1

1. How to work with the cards?

2. Which deck to choose?

3. How to connect with the cards and interpret the card?

4. How Tarot helps in my spiritual progression?

5. How to Frame a question (A clear question will give clearer answer)?

6. How to interpret the same card in different situation?

7. How to use it for personal growth and help other?

8. How to improve link with your cards (per say the system)

9. And few other topics

About the Trainer

Ever wondered why life is so full of questions and challenges, why things happen.

This is the question each and every person would have thought about and Im no different.

Im Jayanth Chandramouli S, a Bangalorean who had this thought as long as I can remember. As part of my family upbringing I was exposed to various types of occults sciences from very young age, mainly due to the influence of my Father, which lead to learning of traditional Vedic astrology for more than 15 years (still going strong) and during time I wanted to explore other systems of divinations as well, this led to dabbling on various other systems like Palmistry, Numerology, Prasna, Swara Shastra etc, it was at this time I discovered Tarot Cards in the year 2005, which actually came to me as a pleasant surprise and captured my attention immediately from day one and then the rest is history.

By far Tarot was the most simplest and effective system of divination that I had come across and the answers that I started getting was simply shocking, it actually used to predict big shifts in my life around 6 to 8 months before the actual event and many times it seemed impossible when the card for revealed. The point is Tarot is a wonderful techniques which will help you as a person and get in touch with your higher self. Now I use Tarot reading in amalgamation with traditional Vedic astrology when reading horoscopes for people and has produced very good results.

Reach Jayanth @ 9886804467

Dialogues Sat, 12 Aug
Perhaps I should begin this by clarifying that this is neither an academic analysis nor a review of Dialogues Caf - and if that is what you expected, having chosen to read this, then perhaps a website such as Zomato may be a more ideal location.

Being in a school which is structured in a way that greatly mirrors that of British schools, I found to my dismay that my summer vacation was to fall in mid-June again that year, and, once more, I would see days, weeks and months stretching before me with no entertainment of even the most meagre form.

More as a way to occupy myself, I logged on to EventsHigh and scrolled through events taking place that week. I found myself clicking on the link for a screenwriting workshop - a subject which, before that day, I had nursed great interest in, but I had never thought of taking forward.

Drawing up to the building in Koramangala that houses Dialogues, I hadn't expected it to be outstanding in any way, having thought of it more as a vessel for the workshop than as anything else.

I was greatly surprised, then, when I walked up the steps, through several shop fronts still under construction, and I saw the cheery, warming interior of the caf, and forgot for a moment my rush to get in on time. I saw through large glass panels a group which had already assembled for the workshop and sat on a beanbag chair as quickly as I could.

The next day I had more of a chance to observe the caf, having arrived early to it, and settled myself down in the room where the workshop took place. One of the co-founders ambled over to me, and as we talked, I suddenly realized that all the people around me on computers and phones weren't run-of-the-mill cafe goers. They were dreamers - artists, writers, poets. And I suddenly noticed the slips of paper on the wall were filled with the writings of Dialogues regulars, and the artwork hung up was painted by customers as well

Then, as he spoke, I saw how perfectly I fit in to the framework of creators at Dialogues, and how wonderful it was for me to sit down for an hour or two and write just as feverishly as the others around me, and what immense satisfaction it gave me to know that everyone there wanted to create, to spread wonder, and to make the most of their imaginations.

I was reluctant at first, and hesitant to admit to myself that there might be some glimmer of talent in my madness - or that there might be a little more than merely enjoyment in my writing. But Dialogues nudged me along my way, introducing me to the most eclectic cast of characters - people I would have never met, and people who have shaped who I am, both as a writer and as a person.

(Armaan Bamzai is a student of Class 8 at the International School Bangalore. He aspires to be a writer and claims that he enjoys insanity)

Dialogues Sat, 12 Aug
Collage of pictures showcasing the vibrant life at Dialogues.
Dialogues Fri, 11 Aug
Love photography? Want to learn taking great pictures? Already doing photography but want to take it up and further? This is for you!

A photography workshop to learn all essential tools and methods which can help you take great pictures. Learn basics of camera settings and understanding of composition and frames which make an otherwise normal looking photograph look artistic and expressive.

Photography Workshop- Beginner Level
Love photography? Want to learn taking great pictures? Already doing photography but want to take it up and further? This is for you!

A photography workshop to learn all essential tools and methods which can help you take great pictures. Learn basics of camera settings and understanding of composition and frames which make an otherwise normal looking photograph look artistic and expressive.

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