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Updated: Jul 11, 2023

Photographs. It is said that a picture speaks thousand words and I completely agree with the phrase because the kind of impact that a photograph has on me, personally, is just too big to describe through words, even if I, sometimes, don’t understand it’s context and meaning.

Recently, I got an opportunity to visit a photography exhibition where we had to visit it and write about it. So, here I am, trying to write yet another blog article about how I experienced something new yet amazing. I wouldn’t say this was my first photography exhibition but it was surely different than the previous ones.

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This one was organised by the Salaam Bombay Organisation which helped it’s interested students, who are mostly from under-privileged families, in learning the art of photography from Sheri Academy of Professional Photography, who provided them with not only endless knowledge but also proper equipment to learn with.

The theme was Street Kahanis (Street Stories) and all the pictures were taken by students and the photographs were all so full of meaning that I couldn’t comprehend most of them and a sweet student and one of the photographers, helped me understand the meaning of each and every photograph hanging in that exhibition. Her name was Sakshi and it’s going to be a very long time before I forget her pleasant impact on me.

What I took back with me after I left the place was that talent doesn’t cost money and that in a country like India, with a boomingly over-pouring population, it is necessary for us to help everyone put on their creativity hats as more the people, more the ideas. As I left the place, I felt not only relieved and somewhat at ease, but I also felt a wave of peace passing through my body and soul as if the smiles of all those students at our appreciation of their work, had aroused something really warm inside of me.

I don’t feel like my words would do enough justice to the entirety of my feelings from that day. So, following are some really badly angled mobile photographs that I took from my ride in a double decker bus to the exhibition and also from the exhibition. I hope you guys like them.

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Both the organisation and the Academy staff present there were so sweet and welcoming and really easy to talk to and I was inspired to see how happy and involved they were in the work that they do.

Have you ever had an experience that made you look at a particular aspect of life differently? What was it and was it as pleasant as mine or was it a little on the harsher side? I would love to hear your stories. So, feel free to flow your thoughts onto the comment section below.

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P.S- The Instagram account of the amazing photographer who helped me is

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Had to be posted twice..!

“Photography helps people see”  

~Berenice Abbott

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