Autumn is en route and the sprawling skies are already padded with lopsided clouds. The filtered sunshine ain’t that intense and you can already feel the humidity drifting away, with each passing day.

September is a season of changing colours and weather, and undoubtedly, this time of the year is one of the most photogenic seasons. So to capture the spirit of people on the streets of Lucknow- be it passersby or folks who've made a home on the side-lanes, we at Knocksense have come up with something exciting!

Let’s Do Some Shots!

On the 7th of September, Knocksense (Lucknow) is organizing the first edition of a photo-walk and we’re calling in all the shutterbugs of the city!

Be it mobile phone photography or snaps from your DSLRs, we’re welcoming all photography enthusiasts. Be it professional photography or even if you’ve just started out, the Knocksense Photowalk is for everyone.

The theme of the photo-walk will be ‘Monochrome Portraits’ and the meeting point would be Atal Chowk (Hazratganj Chauraha), opposite of CCD at 3:30pm. The walk will commence sharp at 3:45pm and trust us, you wouldn’t want to be late for this one! The photo-walk will happen around the Ganj area and the rest of the instructions will be given upon arrival!

Do carry your own water bottles, camera accessories and other important items, according to your needs.

BTW, there’s a dress code too- since the theme is monochrome, you need to wear either black or a white top-wear so that we can set you apart from the regular crowd.

What we’re saying is-

Register for the event and confirm your participation and we promise you, it’ll be a fun walk with our team of photographers! This’ll give you a chance of interacting live with our team and you can even bring a friend along, to keep you company.

P.S. We've arranged for a surprise too but you gotta join us to know more about it!

Location: Atal Chowk (Hazratganj Chauraha), opposite of CCD.

Timings: 7th September (Saturday) || 3:30pm - 5:30pm

Entry: Register for free!

Contact for queries: +91 9517139921

Fill up this registration form to be a part of this photowalk and wait for our confirmation email.

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