Everyone is at different levels of knowledge so your photography training day will go at the pace you want it to - and build confidence in the areas you need it.
If you're a beginner you won't feel you're being left behind or holding others back. If you're more experienced we'll work on the things you want to concentrate on. I'll be right there with you to help, guide, answer your questions and coach you.
This workshop is accurate for beginner and Intermediate level photographers. For those who wants to explore their camera or who have lately acquired a Dslr. The workshops are an ultimate guide to learn about the settings on your camera. This 30 hours sessions will give a good understanding of digital photography, camera operations, handling techniques, using artificial light and post-processing techniques
Module 1: Introduction and Understanding of Camera
Introduction to Camera Understanding of Frame,
Subject and Angles Understanding of Auto Modes.
Module 2: Techniques to Practice
How to care for your lenses and camera body Format – JPEG and RAW Rule of third How to hold a camera? Tripod/Right way of balancing yourself Breathing technique Experiment Distractions /Background
Module 3: Natural and Artificial Lights
Right time to take pictures Low Light Techniques Artificial Lights (Flash, Torch, Candle etc) Using your Camera Flash.
Flash Exposure Compensation Focal Length Focus Point/F-Point/Point of Focus Techniques to enhance Focus point in an Image ISO and what does it do?Exposure White Balance Exposure Bracketing Depth of Field Different types of Metering Modes
Module 5: Manual Modes/Creative Modes
P Mode: Program AE Aperture Mode (AV) Shutter Speed (TV) Relation between Aperture and Shutter Speed What happens to the performance of the lens at various f/stops? Manual Mode (M)
Relation between Shutter Speed, Exposure, ISO, White Balance and AEB
Custom White Balance
Stop Value or Exposure Stops
Theory of Reciprocity
Camera Metering and Exposure
How to Read Histograms
Auto Focus and Focus System
Sensor Size - Focal Length Relation
Module 7: Post Processing Techniq
Lightroom and RAW essentials
- General Settings
- White Balance - Eye dropper option
- Tonal Settings
- Vibrance and Saturation
- Highlights and Shadows
- Whites and Blacks
- Sharpen and Noise Reduction (Bit of masking feature)
- 1.9 Local Adjustments (isolated areas of photographs)
- Noise Removing
- Blur - Field and Gaussian
- Dodging and Burning
- Blending Exposures
- Apply Image for Blending Exposure
- Luminosity Masking
- Photo Stacking
- Saving in sRGB mode - advantages
I am a complete beginner in photography. Is this Workshop recommended for me?
Absolutely! This Workshop does not assume any pre-existing knowledge of photography and is suitable for learners of all skill levels. If you are a complete beginner, you should sign up for the Workshop right away, as we're sure you'll find it really helpful!
I don't own a DSLR and have only a compact digital camera. Will this Workshop still be useful for me?
Yes. The fundamental concepts of digital photography are common to DSLR and compact digital cameras, so it will still be useful, and you'll be able to try a majority of the discussed concepts practically if your compact camera has manual controls. However, in order to make the most out of the Workshop, we recommend you hire a DSLR from us for the two days. Please talk to us for details.
How do I register for the Workshop?
You can register for the Workshop in the contact us page or calling us on +91-9740471400, or emailing us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
How do I pay the Workshop fee?
We have multiple payment options including online transfer, from which you may choose one as per your convenience. Details will be shared when we receive your enquiry.
What should I get to the Workshop?
Please bring your camera and kit lens, a fully charged battery, a memory card with sufficient space for a day's photography, and your camera manual.
I have paid for the Workshop but cannot attend. Can I get a refund?
If you cannot attend the Workshop after paying for it, let us know before the last Monday before the Workshop and we�ll give you a credit note for 100% of the amount, which can be used to avail of any of our services. If you let us know after the Monday but before the Thursday ahead of the Workshop, we�ll issue a credit note worth 50% of the amount. Unfortunately, if you let us know after the Thursday before the Workshop or do not inform us at all, we cannot issue a credit note, nor can we make cash refunds under any circumstances.