Canon takes its passion for photography to school kids

Canon-photography-to-school-kidsNew Delhi,April 18, 2015 –As the leader in digital imaging in India, Canon takes pride in encouraging photography amongst youngsters. Canon India encourages young people to discover the joys of photography through its association with a number of schools and other educational institutions in the country.

Canon organized a photography workshop in Delhi Public School at R.K Puram, one of the more prominent schools in the city. Mr. Andrew Koh, Senior Director, Image Communication Products, Canon India inaugurated the workshop. There was palpable excitement among the students as they gathered in large numbers to learn more about photography, as well as check out the latest Canon equipment.

Speaking at the event, Mr. Andrew Koh said, “It’s always a pleasure to engage with children. Many of them have such a unique perspective on life that once they learn the basics of photography, they are likely to create some stunning images. We, at Canon India take pride in promoting and encouraging the immense talent that young people have. Our school outreach programs help us create an enriching learning atmosphere and we will continue to take this forward actively.”

Canon India created an exciting demo zone at the school that showcased some of its latest camera offerings. Photography workshops were organised for teachers as well as students.In addition to this a contest was also organized where entries were invited from schools in the Delhi/NCR region. Over 200 students from reputed schools such as G D Goenka, Mother’s International, Vasant Valley etc. sent in their entries for the contest. Contest winners are to be awarded with Canon cameras while all student participants were given a certificate in association with Canon India. Participants were also encouraged to experience Canon’s printing options at the Click and Print stall in the demo zone.

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