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Upcoming Workshops

9th April 2017 – Fundamentals of Photography – Photography Workshop (To be confirmed)

Photography Workshop Overview

 Ever wondered how to get better at photography and know better about your camera. If yes, this is your chance to get yourself learning at it and improve your photo capturing skills.

Who enrolls in this workshop?

  • People who want to understand the concepts of photography
  • People who want to learn new skills to take their skill to the next level
  • Amateur photographers who want to take better photos
  • Anyone who wants to upgrade their camera

Date: 9-Apr-2017 (Sunday)

Time: 10:30am to 12:30pm and 1:30pm to 6:00pm (12:30pm – 1:30pm lunch break)

Workshop Outline (Get out of Auto & start loving MANUAL)

  • Introduction to Cameras and Sensors
  • Understanding Aperture, Shutter Speed, ISO
  • Importance of Aperture and its relationship with Depth-of-Field
  • Basics of Exposure
  • Understanding White Balance
  • Understanding Metering Patterns
  • Understanding Histogram
  • The principles of shutter speeds
  • Fundamentals of composition
  • File Formats
  • Introduction to Standard Zooms , Wide Angles, Super Zooms, Telephoto Zooms, Macro—
  • Introduction to Filters

Advantages of the Workshop

  • This course will not only enable students to understand the fundamentals of cameras & photography but also helps in making decisions to buy newer cameras, lenses, filters etc.
  • Many practice lessons to learn techniques in your own time
  • Students get 1 month support after the course, let that be regarding the photos or the photography itself (yes, I know it takes time to digest all the concepts)

What to bring

 *Includes hands-on (depending on the limitations of your camera)

Note: Please bring your camera with the manual (I know that very few ask you to bring the manual, but believe me, manual is your bible for the camera)

 

Previous Workshops

12th March 2017 – Fundamentals of Photography

15th January 2017 – Fundamentals of Photography