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Apple announces free virtual workshops for Indian users on photography and music

Apple has announced a series of free virtual sessions from October 17 to November 29 in light of the launch of the online Apple Store in India. The event will be ideal for budding photographers, musicians and artists as leading local photographers and acclaimed musicians will talk about their stories and the inspiration behind their projects. These experts will share tips and tricks with users who register for Apple events.

The free virtual sessions will start from 22 October focusing mainly on photography with photographers such as Siddhartha Joshi and Avani Rai on 22 October and 27 October respectively from 7pm to 8pm. The photography sessions are called Photo Lab.

Joshi will showcase the portrait projects he has made across the subcontinent, capturing the professional photography tips of India’s unique population and teaching how he uses iPhone, DSLR and mirrorless cameras. Rai will share some of its favorite images and reveal how it chooses the right moment to shoot a scene. Rai’s images have been published in outlets like Vogue and GQ, and his documentary focusing on his father photographer has toured festivals around the world.

On October 29, Anurag Banerjee will host a non-fiction photography event talking about how great non-fiction photography combines universal storytelling with individual experience. On November 3 Prarthna Singh will hold a session on portrait photography. She was commissioned by the New York Times and the FT, and by clients including Nike and Uniqlo.

Apple has three photography teaching sessions on iPhone on 28 October, 1 November and 2 November.

“You’ll explore the latest camera features to compose a great shot, experiment with focus and exposure, and use advanced lighting settings to capture some dramatic moments. You’ve got yours. iPhone ready for this virtual session, “notes Apple.

On November 5th, Hashim Badani will hold a session on photographic narrative and share how he plans his projects, balancing deep research with creative improvisation and shaping them into textures.

On November 4.8 and 10, Apple will host sessions for beginners learning the garage band app. Sessions, recommended for beginners, will show the start of a song in GarageBand using Live Loops in a 60 minute session. To participate, users will need a iPhone or iPad with the GarageBand app downloaded, available for free from the App Store.

To participate, you will need a computer, laptop, mobile device or tablet; a stable Internet connection; and the free Cisco Webex Meetings app. If you are under 18, your parent or legal guardian can register you.

Apple offers free online sessions from October 17 to November 29. The events will be ideal for budding photographers, musicians and artists.

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