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Tuesday, December 09, 2008

Munish Khanna Photography Courses





Munish Khanna is a famous photographer, who has setup a photography training academy called 'Munish Khanna Academy' (link). For people interested in learning more about Photography, whether as a hobby, or to make this as a profession, the Academy is a good place to learn more about the art.
From the site:
Munish has developed a " Unique Content based Basic and Advance training package" especially designed as an exhaustive, step by step study in the art and science of photography. The training is designed to cover every practical and theoretical aspect to tutor a beginner and advance an amateur not only during the course period but for a lifetime. The aim of the program is to gradually orient a student towards a complete photographic mind-set and develop his/her confidence in handling the camera for an independent indoor or outdoor shoot. The training covers all areas of practical photography including the professional guidelines on Digital Photography. The number of students in one group is restricted to 5-6 only, enabling individual attention. It is possible to undergo the training individually also at your own pace and time.

Contact Details:
munishkhanna@hotmail.com
55 uday park (august kranti road) new delhi-49 India
011-26518089,46039255,9871020341

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4 Comments:

Blogger ~nm said...

Have you had a look at the website yourself?

I was interested and went on to check the website but I came back disappointed. reason?
1. Photographers are supposed to be particular about the way things appear? Right? The website doesn't show this.

2. The content and spelling mistakes is too much.

A professional should be particular about everything I feel :)

No hard feelings. Just my views. I may be wrong and he may be a wonderful teacher and the course may be wonderful. But as they say, first impression is the last impression :)

12:32 PM, December 18, 2008  
Blogger Ashish said...

I know.
But I know a lot of people who have done his course, and came away pretty satisfied.
I agree with the points you raised, and he should correct those issues.

12:36 PM, December 18, 2008  
Anonymous munish khanna said...

i somehow came across this blog and the comments above. www.munishkhannaacademy.com website might be having some spelling mistakes as it is in the making and more and more content is being edited / added to the online tutorial. Having too much content in fact is good and not a flaw. The website is simple and the work of the academy members speak for itself without any jazzy flash presentations or slideshows to slow down your browsing.
anyways, i do appreciate the frank opinion. However, if given a chance to train you, you will not be disappointed for sure:-))

10:24 PM, January 07, 2009  
OpenID pr3rna said...

@nm, In my opinion, if the site was about Literature lessons and there were spelling mistakes, one has a reason to be disappointed but on a website about photography lessons as long as you understand what the teacher is trying to communicate, it should be acceptable.

12:55 AM, February 13, 2011  

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