Saturday, March 14, 2015

BUY A PHOTOGRAPH TO SUPPORT GIRL CHILD EDUCATION

I am selling my photographs (in Canvas Prints) to raise funds to support suicide farmers' affected families by opening 7 years' R/D Account for a girl child / family. While you will be contributing to the cause directly, you will get a lovely canvas print nature photograph of your choice and size to decorate your homes, offices, hotels, restaurants. This way, your money contributed gets its value worth for you.There are thousands of lovely nature photographs to choose from.
If you or your friends are nature art lovers or designing your home interiors, restaurants, hotels, offices or have any such requirements as architects or interior designers for your interior projects, you may select from more than thousands of  nature photographs according to your requirements. Currently, I am selling them in two sizes: 15" x 22" (Price: Rs. 3,500/- Each) and 3' x 5' (Price: Rs. 7,000/- Each) in India. The prices remain the same for international buyers, however, they have to pay for the courier charges. To international buyers they will be delivered within 20 days. and in India, they will be delivered to you within 10 days by courier once 100% payment is received.
100 percentage of the profits of all the sales goes to the registered trust to sponsor suicide affected farmers' families for girl child education. In addition, I also donate nearly 15 % of my earnings to the trust.
Johnny D’s Nature Photography, India
"Your photos are lovely! I appreciate your eagle eye and reverence for nature and culture."
--- Beenu Bawa, Director, Good earth Mumbai --- 
 
Johnny D is a born gifted international photographer. A nature lover, he observes with keen eyes to capture nature at its best. His creative nature has gifted him to excel in various fields. He is a Journalist, Editor, Writer, Script Writer, Lyricist, Copywriter, Poet, Blogger, Social Reformer, Organic Vegetables’ Grower, and a good cook! He is member of the prestigious National Geographic and Fine Art America since 2014.

Johnny D started his career as a journalist with the Times of India Group of Publications in the year 2000. He went onto work for all the major esteem publications – Magna Publications, Free Press Journal, Hindustan Times, Indian Express Group, Deccan Chronicle, Deccan Herald, Vijay Times, UNI, International Publications – Tele Life, Pehla, Housecalls, MovieMag International, Success & Ability, Rave, and many others. Johnny D gave up his professional career as the Editor of CW INTERIORS magazine in the year 2008 September in the City of Dreams – Mumbai.

Johnny D started blogging on various issues to create awareness on the social realities.  The mass number of farmers’ suicide in Vidarbha in the year 2008 affected the humane side of his, when he decided to do something concrete for the affected farmers’ families. In the year 2010 (12th March), he commenced the ‘Journey of Destiny’ to start a one-man-crusade for the children of the affected families in Vidarbha. He founded the trust – “support 4 suicide farmers families, Wardha”. He sells his photographs to raise funds for girl child’s education of suicide affected farmers’ families in Vidarbha. 

Johnny D specializes in Nature, Village Life and Child Photography. Not the one to restrict himself, he also shoots Home Interiors, Architectural Projects, Portraits and Historical Places. His photography has been appreciated, liked and loved by various international photographers globally in National Geographic http://yourshot.nationalgeographic.com/profile/811256/ and Fine Art America http://fineartamerica.com/profiles/johnny-d.html apart from Facebook https://www.facebook.com/pages/Johnny-Ds-Nature-Photography/1394179010829930


Your kind support would be highly appreciated.

Contact: johnny01d@gmail.com

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2 comments:

  1. Beautiful! Thank you for supporting the education of young girls!

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