DCP is the first institution that I know of that's offering a course in wildlife photography. The faculty is a group of dedicated experts who love to share their knowledge without holding back. The teaching staff put their life and soul in passing on their knowledge to the students. The few times that I have been with them has made me feel like a member of the 'family'. Everyone at DCP is warm-hearted, caring, and sincere. I wish them all the very best in their every endeavor.
The mania and the madness started on 29/10/13 at 9.00am – event - Basic Photography Workshop by Dr Caesar Sengupta. During the interactive session, I raised a question – Why the photographs clicked in the evening with dull light have blue cast and those clicked indoor have yellow-orange cast? And then came the answer – you need to adjust “White Balance” and understand the concept of Color Temperature to avoid such casts.
Ever since then there was no looking back. Overzealous and motivated I joined DCP photowalks, the skippers / team leaders understand the essence of photography and to protect the green. The weekly photowalks and timely e-tutorials by Dr Caesar which explains the perspective of shooting, “how to--when to--when not to—and how best” incite the thought process and proves vital in the field.
My association with DCP is about two years old. During this time the nurturing and attention that I have recieved from some of the top wildlife photo artists and photo journalists has been an unparallelled experience. The warmth of 'family' along with the professional approach to wildlife education is a heady cocktail that has me coming back for more and more. Eventually as a result of the extensive mentorship received through DCP I have seen my work getting escalated to the next level and am on the cusp of being a serious amature photographer. Kudos to the team. It is a matter of great pride for me to be closely associated with what DCP stands for.