Live Photography Course for Juniors - Virtual Classes
To learn photography is more than fun, it can be a powerful tool of self-expression. But first, you need mastery of your camera and the critical fundamentals. So you can merely look at a scene and know what to do. Like how you can whizz through a gap in traffic before anyone can utter ‘barnacles!’
If you’d like the concepts of photography to be clear as daylight and enshrined in you like a mummy in a pyramid if you’d like to bridge the gap between what you see and what you get, join this photography course online, conducted through video conferencing methods – live. Let us train you to be a sharp-shooter. Of the artistic kind.
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Virtual Classroom Overview
Upcoming Virtual Classes
Jun 8-13, 2020 Weekday Batch – 6:00 PM – 7:00 PM 6 Days
Jun 15-20, 2020 Weekday Batch – 6:00 PM – 7:00 PM 6 Days
Fees: ₹2,500 + GST
Award-winning photographers whose reputation precedes them.
Structured material and instruction to make sure you learn everything you need.
Practical exercises for every topic.
Complete Beginners Welcome
No prior knowledge of photography required.
What does this Virtual Course offer?
Photography is art as well as science. That’s why this Course delves into both. It starts with the basics, addresses the advanced, and polishes the nuances. In sum it will turn the camera and photography concepts into extensions of your body and mind. So matters of exposure, focusing and metering don’t stand in your way when you wish to capture a unique moment. Or translate your glorious vision to an unforgettable picture.
After this Virtual Course, you can:
Course OverviewIntroduction, discussion of expectations, agenda and outcomes
Cameras, Lenses and Accessories
- Introduction to Digital Photography
- What are the merits and demerits of digital photography?
- Camera Formats
- What are the different camera formats? How does the format matter? Which format should you choose?
- Resolution (Megapixels)
- How much resolution do you need? How does resolution matter anyway?
- Functioning of an SLR
- How does the viewfinder work?
- DSLR versus Point-and-Shoot Cameras
- How is a DSLR different from a point-and-shoot camera? What are the exact benefits?
- Understanding Your Camera
- What do all those buttons on your camera do? How and when do you use them?
- Focal Length and Magnification
- What is focal length and how does it affect your perspective and images?
- Types of Lenses
- How do lenses differ? What lens should you use for what type of photography?
Exposure Understanding Exposure
- What exactly is exposure? What makes an exposure? How is it important?
What is aperture? How is it specified? How does it matter?
- Shutter Speed
What is shutter speed? How is it specified? What effect do different shutter speeds have on images?
What is sensitivity? How is it specified? How do different ISOs affect images?
- Exposure Program Modes
What are the different exposure program modes and how and when do you use them?
What is metering? What are the various metering modes and how and when do you use them?
- Manual Mode
What does the manual mode do and when should you use it?
- Exposure Compensation
What is the utility of this function and when and how much of it should you apply?
What is bracketing and when and how do you use it?
Autofocus versus Manual Focus
Why is focusing required? What does autofocus do? When to use manual focus?
- Autofocus Modes
What are the different autofocus modes and when should you use which?
- Autofocus Area Selection Modes
How do you define the area of your frame on which to focus? What are the various options?
Composition & Depth of Field
What makes for a pleasing composition? What are some of the common guidelines to compose evocatively?
- Depth of Field
What is low or high depth of field? How does it matter and how do you control it?
- White Balance
- Post Processing
What is post-processing, and what are some of the basic image-enhancements that can be done?
- General Tips and Tricks
How do you achieve sharp images? How does it help to shoot raw? How do you read a histogram?
What is white balance? How does it matter? How to choose the right white-balance?
Questions and RevisionA question-and-answer session on anything related to photography
Reference material and video coursesJust after you finish the course, you will be given a course manual, access to the Fundamentals of Photography online video course as a part of this course.
(₹2,950/- after GST) Includes 6 days of 90 min virtual class, access to Fundamentals of Photography Online Course and Course Manual.
Payment options will be shared upon inquiry.
In the unfortunate event that you wish to cancel your booking after the payment, you will receive a credit note that can be used to avail of any of our services listed on our website, for:
- 100% of the amount if you cancel on or before the course begins.
No credit note will be issued for cancelling after the Course begins or for failing to attend the Course without prior intimation, and no cash refunds will be made under any circumstances.
Frequently Asked Questions
We recommend kids / teens between 10-17 years of age normally. But if the parent feels their kid is capable and has shown keen interest in photography we would be happy to consider kids above 8.
Absolutely! This photography training 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 Course right away, as we’re sure you’ll find it really helpful!
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 Course, we recommend you hire a DSLR from us for the two days. Please talk to us for details.
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.
Please keep your camera and kit lens, a fully charged battery, a memory card with sufficient space for a day’s photography, and your camera manual.
If you cannot attend the class after paying for it, let us know 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 course has begun or do not inform us at all, we cannot issue a credit note, nor can we make cash refunds under any circumstances.