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How To Become A Professional Photographer In India – Career Ki Paathshaala

Posted: December 29, 2020
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If you want to become a professional photographer in India, here’s all that you need to know about photography. What are the courses available, what are the skills required, what are the types of photography and also we have a sneak peek into the industry in our expert section!

Nishtha talks to Manvi Gandotra who is a professional wedding photographer and Founder of 1Plus1 Studio. Manvi shares some expert tips and gives us insights on how to build a portfolio and what are the things that you need to know to become a professional photographer.

She also talks about what inspired her to quit her high-paying job and pursue a career in photography!

Nishtha talks about what are the career choices in photography, what are the types of photography,

If you are looking for Degree courses in Photography, check this link for details on the colleges offering the degree courses.

https://www.collegedekho.com/articles…

Diploma courses in photography: https://collegedunia.com/courses/dipl…

Online courses:

https://www.udemy.com/topic/photography/

Read more about Women In Photography:

https://www.womensweb.in/2019/12/entr…

Follow Manvi Gandotara here:

https://twitter.com/ManviGandotra

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