Wednesday, 17 July 2013


With widely expanding reach of mobile phones and their technological advancements at breakneck speed, the use of smart phone to take photos has changed the face of contemporary photography. A mobile phone always remains with an individual and helps take candid photographs like no other. It accompanies you even to the places where big-size professional cameras are either impractical or impossible to carry. In fact, there are moments in life which can be captured only by using the mobile phone camera only.

With the latest smart camera phones that are getting better with every passing day on the front of camera quality, the art of photography has got easily accessible more than ever to all. The contemporary mobile phones have become a powerful medium for photography enthusiasts to fulfill their creative urge and nobody can underestimate the value and utility of mobile phone cameras.

Surprisingly, more than 90% of the photographs shared and posted in the personal imaging exchange activities in the cyber space are taken from mobile phones. Millions of people around the globe have taken up photography as a hobby making a smart use of their technically-advanced mobile phones.

But the use of this wonderful device is not confined only to sharing pictures on one's social media profiles, its use includes utilities more than that. Be it a social gathering, family function, ceremony, picnic or street photography, a mobile phone camera very easily lets you click those rare moments instantly and effortlessly which you can cherish for life.

Beyond that, this wonderful device also helps you become a responsible citizen of the society you live in. You can be a watchdog of society by capturing the unpleasant, unexpected and unlawful happenings taking place in your surroundings and make them public through various mediums. This domain of photography can make you a celebrity overnight on the national and international media channels. In recent years, hundreds of incidents were reported only because they were captured on the spot by the mobile phone photography enthusiasts and their act made them famous and popular with the public over night followed by hefty monetary advantages.

Needless to say that photography through smart camera phones has now come into mainstream practices and one can't stay untouched by it. It has, on the one hand, provoked the passion of photography among those who were indifferent towards this art just because of their incapability to afford the costly cameras, and boosted up enthusiasm of those who were already fascinated and enchanted by the charm of this purest form of art.

What you need is sound basic knowledge of making the best use of your mobile phone camera through which you can enhance the quality of your pictures and learn properly how to take a perfect click under variable conditions. This is where a well-designed mobile phone photography course can make a difference and Indian Institute of Photography is a perfect destination for you.

Thursday, 11 July 2013


The recently-ended Summer Course batch at IIP was something different from the previous ones; as one of the students, an innocent but enthusiastic 6-year-old child, Sidak S. Kalra, a student of Step by Step School from Noida, was a part of it. It was not less than a challenge for the mentor to give photography teaching to the youngest one. Ultimately this miracle child came out as successful and completed the course to become a certified IIPian.
As per the views received from the faculty attending Sidak, he was very quick in grasping whatever was taught and the way he was reacting to the things was giving an impression of being an inborn photographer. Throughout the course, the child was the centre of attraction for the fellow learners and an awe-inspiring object for other visitors in the institute premises.
It was really a great privilege that Indian Institute of Photography has enjoyed while educating this little photography genius. IIP strongly believes that creativity is an inborn talent and it can be enhanced and nurtured at any stage during lifetime right from childhood to the old age. The way IIP has trained Sidak S. Kalra is a crystal clear indicative of what and how the institute takes budding minds into the world of photography.
Carrying forward its mission of making photography education both accessible and affordable to everyone irrespective of age, caste, status, gender, city and country, Indian Institute of Photography is successfully accomplishing this task with its acute and apt understanding of photography enthusiasts.
IIP offers meticulously designed photography courses; designed and developed by the topnotch Subject matter/Industry Experts. IIP's commitment towards this purest art form with focus on the quality of photographers being produced in the industry differentiates it from the slew of other photography institutes. IIP therefore sees itself as an answer to the long felt-need for a professional institute of photography in India.

Saturday, 6 July 2013

Indian Institute of Photography organizes a Comprehensive Photography Workshop at Indus Valley Public School, Sector 62, Noida

Noida, 6 July, 2013
Taking its mission forward to make photography accessible and affordable to each and every photography lover, Indian Institute of Photography organized a workshop in the premises of Indus Valley Public School in Sector- 62, Noida.

During this comprehensive workshop, a complete overview of photography basics was explained to the participants by a top-of-the-line IIP Faculty in a friendly, amiable and entertaining manner. 

After a detailed theory session, came the turn of practical round in which more than 50 students fulfilled their creative urge and curiosities by clicking thousands of pictures in the school surroundings as per the tips and guidance of mentor.

The enthusiasm of the students participating in the workshop was simply beyond expectations. The management of the school also appreciated IIP’s effort and considered the workshop as a meaningful event.

IIP’s purpose behind conducting this workshop was to explore and nurture the creative skills of the children and give them a chance to identify their photography caliber. This is the same philosophy that IIP strictly follows and this matches to the Institute’s Mission and Vision also.

The Institute is all set to continue these fruitful workshop in the schools spread across NCR, aiming at least one school every working day. The way IIP has made its mark in the photography education arena; has changed the way people have been learning and teaching the art of photography in India.