5th September is celebrated as Teacher’s Day in India as birth anniversary of late Sri Sarvepalli Radhakrishnan who was an Indian philosopher, academic, and statesman. Its a day which we have grown up being thought to be grateful for all the teachers who have shaped our life.
It’s a known fact that home is the first school and mother is the first teacher and for more than 2 decades we spend our lives within 4 walls of school and college, learning and unlearning so many things which have been handed over to us since times gone by. As grown-up adults, I think it’s obvious to say that our life feels incomplete without the likes of a search engine and more so specifically Google and YouTube.
There isn’t anything that you cant learn and there isn’t anything that you cant teach when you have access to internet and youtube and a urge to learn or teach which ever side of the room you are in.
So here’s wishing everyone who were a part of my life in making me learn something valuable out of life a very Happy Teachers Day.
As a token of gratitude from my end, below is a small training video that I did sometime last year which was used and shared to teach the basics of photography for anyone interested. I have spent countless hours learning and implementing so many things in the form of photo and video knowledge and this I felt was my way of giving back to the bigger ocean called the Internet. Where anyone who wants to learn and doesn’t know where to get started or has financial constraints which limit them from reaching out to advanced paid courses.
If you have an hour or two to spare and want to learn something in one shot then you can go through this one streach video.
Alternatively, if you want to take it to phase by phase or want to touch upon only something which you want to understand then you can try this basic of photography playlist on youtube.
Having said that, if you think this helps someone somewhere, please do share it with them.