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BasicsFoto Online Photography Exhibition

Online Photography Exhibition
The first winner Ankita Dahake's clicked photograph

Patna, Sep 6

Online Photography Exhibition: BasicsFoto, a visual arts based company which focuses on promoting and maintaining the traditional forms of visual art, organised an online photography exhibition, to give a platform outside social media to the photographers, to showcase their art. The exhibition took place in an exclusive virtual gallery, hosted on the official website of Basics Foto, as informed by a recent press release.

The exhibition started on August 19 marking the World Photography Day with an inaugural webinar by judges, having over 100 attendees. It continued for a period of ten days, after a nine day long process of submission, curation and selection. The photographers from all across the globe sent their entries in an open theme based submission criteria, without any fees. Over 550 entries were received out of which the BasicsFoto curators selected the 70 best photographers to exhibit their work, added the press release.

The gallery also featured a voting system for each photo, so as to make the final winners selection a transparent process. The judges for the event included two eminent faces from Indian photography community, Navin Vatsa and Rajesh Singh. Both of them are multiple award winning and internationally acclaimed photographers. They selected the best three entries out of 70 as the winners for the event. Vatsa quoted that, it was a great experience to choose a winner from such amazing submissions, as mentioned in the press release.

The winners were felicitated prizes including BasicsFoto branded camera accessories and club membership to encourage their art form even further. Second runner up Deepak Kumar conveyed gratitude to Basics Foto for providing such a platform, stated the press release.

Notably, BasicsFoto aims to organise more such online events to promote the art in a creative manner, giving a platform to deserving artists even in these times when physical presence in the art galleries and workshops is not possible.


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