PhotoMuse Educational Program – Bioscope

“Bioscope examines the life, work and the legacy of significant photographers from around the world, exemplifying the virtues of perseverance, commitment, and genius.” Steve McCurry The photograph “Afgan Girl” became the most recognized photograph in the history of National Geographic Magazine. Mr. Shihab shares in this talk what he learned directly through the conversations made…

PhotoMuse Educational Program – Alchemy

Alchemy is the process of transforming the ordinary to the noble. We sit together to discuss, to deliberate, to teach and to learn. Alchemy is a venue to present and to debate on Photography, both contemporary and classical. Fine Art Photography: Possibilities and Challenges Speaker: Balakrishnan Koyyal (Former Head, AIR, Kochi, Folklorist and Creative Photographer)…

Monsoon Photo Documentation

The Southwest Monsoon is setting on Kerala with its might and vitality. Undoubtedly, It is a salient part of our life and culture. How about documenting it? For the next three months, we shall document its mood, abundance, beauty, harshness, influences, nostalgia, etc. through photographs. PhotoMuse took the initiative to document the floods during the…

Experiencing Indian Rural Culture – Araku Valley, Andhra Pradesh

PhotoMuse is introducing an all-new teaching method by mentoring the Photography aspirants outside the classroom through practical training while travelling with the mentor. Welcome to PhotoMuse educational program at Araku Valley, Andhara Pradesh Araku Valley is a hill station and valley region in the southeastern Indian state of Andhra Pradesh. It’s surrounded by thick forests…