you are a beginner you may wonder why photography is so
important. The answer is, time changes things and our fickle
minds forget how things were yesterday. The only way we can
record what time has forgotten is to take a picture and look
back to see how things were. Life happens in moving
pictures. Photography lets you stop that and make it be
still, if but for a moment.
To give a child a camera is to open a world of
perspective, expression and quiet communication. Capturing
just the right image at just the right moment allows the
photographer to reveal his or her artistic expression and
perspective. At AVS, we have AVS Photographic Society which
is honing the skills of photography to our young minds. AVS
Photographic Society is divided into three categories. 1.
Junior School Photographic Society 2. Middle School
Photographic Society and 3. Senior School Photographic
Society. This society takes place once in a week for all
of the members of the AVS Photographic Society have SLR
cameras. We are teaching our young photographers the
#How to use camera: Shutter speed creatively, reducing
camera shake with hand-held photos and digital exposure
Photography in fog, mist or haze, Introduction to macro
photography and Introduction & common obstacles in night
Lighting: Making the most of natural light in photography,
portrait lighting, studio portrait lighting styles.
The rule of thirds, using diagonals of dynamic photos and
school events are recorded in the form of photographic
reportage. Pictures are published in school publications
like School Weekly ‘AVE’ and annual publication
‘Yearbook’ and our own annual publication ‘coffee
table book’ during Founders’ in which we include best
photographs taken by our photographers during the year.
Photographic Society also exhibits its photographs once in
every Semester and during Founders’ Day celebrations in
the Annual Photographic Exhibition.
MIC, Photography [JAP]: Mr. M. C. MacDonald
Photography [MAP]: Ms. Harminder Kaur
Photography [SAP]: Mr. R. Chauhan