SDG East Java Equips Santri with Photography and Videography Skills

SDG East Java Equips Santri with Photography and Videography Skills

Photography and videography training activities held by Santri Support Ganjar. Doc: Volunteer Ganjar.

jpnn.comTUBAN – East Java Santri Support Ganjar (SDG) Volunteers hone the skills and creativity of students in Tuban Regency with modern sciences.

Located at Al Khikmah Islamic Boarding School, Sukosari Village, Soko District, Tuban Regency, East Java, a number of students are provided with photography and videography training to manage interesting and positive social media content.

SDG East Java presents Muhammad Rozikin as a speaker who has experience in various mainstream media such as TV and online.

SDG East Java Regional Secretary Hamdan Muafi explained that this activity was an opportunity for students to be more literate about technological developments, especially social media content that is currently trending in the digital era.

“This photography and videography training is part of responding to the challenges of the increasingly complex times,” he said in a press release, Sunday (4/6).

“Especially in this digital era, I feel the need for students to be equipped with skills such as mastering computers, mastering photography, cinematography, even social media content,” he continued.

The students focused on paying attention to every material presented by the speakers, such as the basics of photography and videography, various shooting techniques, and so on, to the practice of using cameras and gadgets.

He is optimistic that the students will be able to be creative and innovate to create positive, interesting and quality content with the knowledge they have.

Volunteers for Santri Support Ganjar (SDG) East Java held photography and videography training at Islamic boarding schools.

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