Photography club of assam
PCA exclusive photowalks are organised on weekends or once in a month in pre selected locations like national parks, wildlife reserves, temples, historical monuments etc. These photowalks are exclusively for registered PCA members.
These photowalks serve as a meet and greet opportunity for new members to meet the mentors of PCA and also serve as a learning opportunity for budding photographers to learn the tricks of the trade from the experts. These walks also help in strengthening the community and fostering brotherhood. Regular photowalks are held in Guwahati, Barpeta, Dibrugarh and various other parts.
CANNON supports such photowalks wholeheartedly and newer brands are coming forward to do the same.
One such outcome of such a photowalk is the Deepor beel Documentary.
Other members are asked to come forward for organising photowalks in their respective regions.
Norms for organising photowalks.
1) Participants should be registered member with valid id card.
2) The group should carry a PCA banner
3) PCA general sec / joint sec or executive member should be given a prior notice on mail regarding the planned photowalk.
Photography Club of Assam is a pride of Assam. It makes us aware of the beauty of assam attracting tourist all over the country. Assam has enjoyed a reputation for unspoiled natural beauty, substantial biodiversity, tea plantations, and friendly people.
The Brahmaputra, the lifeline of the valley which shares its name, floods the nearby land with fertile silt every year to ensure a rich harvest. It is bound on either side by marshy land covered with thick jungle grass, interspersed with patches of rice fields and terraced tea gardens.