Walk ‘n’ Click

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What we like

The idea of combining a normal walk into a photography learning session is innovative and attractive.

  • Hands-on Training
  • Non-governmental Organization
  • Free of cost


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From the first photowalk in Lalbagh gardens in 2012, there has been no looking back for Walk ‘n’ Click. The unique methodology of this club is to spread the knowledge of photography among the enthusiasts and capture moments while on a leisure walk. Held on every first Sundays of the month, the photowalks are a new way of experiential learning – taking photography lessons while on a move.

Activities: Digital Photography, Group Photo Shoots, Glamour Photography, Travel Photography, Nature Photography, Portrait, Fashion and Landscape Photography.

Entry Process: Visit the official website and fill the application form for the tour of your interest. You can also sign up on their Facebook page.

Entry Fees: No fee is charged for the photowalk. However, for tours, there may be some nominal sum to be paid as per the destination.

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Starting from Rs 0 per person for 2 days, 1 night with cab and accommodation

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Weekdays : 10 AM to 5:30 PM
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Bengaluru, Karnataka 560001, India

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