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Photography Workshop Dehradun

Photography Workshop

We are simply here to introduce you to the joy of photography. We know you have all seen those picture-perfect photos on Instagram or those travel magazines and websites and wondered how they were clicked. 

This is an opportunity for you to understand the basics of photography, its gear, its technical and artistic aspect all combined into one efficient photography workshop. 

You will learn how to edit your photos and process them post clicking, to end up with clicks worth displaying. 

Come, fall in love with your camera, capture those mind-blowing landscapes and portraits!

​Level – Absolute beginner
Location - Theory - The Barrow cafe/Jumpstart
           co-working 
          Photowalk - Gandhi Park
Timing - Day 1- 9 am to 1 pm

         Day 2 - 7 am to 1 pm
Batch size – Ten participants Max
Fees - INR 2,900/-
Includes – Instructor, Conference room/Cafe table,
           Tea/coffee light snack.

Excludes - Transport, Equipment, breakfast/lunch.

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Who is this workshop for

This workshop is for anyone with a passion for photography. There are no limits and anyone from an absolute beginner to people with experience can attend this workshop. Once you attend our session, you will be able to -

  • Understand the different controls in your camera and make the best use of them depending on where you are shooting.

  • Know and use the various modes to control the exposure and depth of field, which will help you get the best from your subject.

  • Understand the nuances of composition, which is the key to taking good photographs.

  • Make the best use of your camera’s abilities and learning to optimize it for getting those picture perfect shots you've seen and admired on the internet. 

 
Topics covered

Day 1 - Classroom session on projector/Screen


Understanding your camera

  • Understanding digital cameras and associated photography gear

  • Familiarization with the controls in your camera

  • Camera modes and making the best out of your camera – Program Mode, Aperture Priority, Shutter Priority and Manual modes

 

Technical Concepts of photography

  • Focus and Focal Length

  • Understanding exposure, histograms and metering

  • Aperture, Depth of Field, Shutter-speed, ISO and White Balance

  • Knowing what makes a technically good photograph; identifying problems in images

 

Composition

  • Stories through your photographs

  • Guidelines for good composition

  • Understanding quality and play of light

 

Types of photography and their nuances

  • Portrait, Landscape, Wildlife, Architecture and Macro photography at a glance

 

Post-processing images on the computer


Day 2 - Photowalk followed by a feedback session

This session serves as a guided photography tour and helps the participant practice the concepts taught on the previous day in the classroom.


Feedback session in the conference room.

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Take aways
  • After the workshop, you will be able to understand how to capture that landscape or portrait that photo as you imagined it. You will learn everything you need to about your camera which will open your eyes to a whole new world of subjects out there. 

  • You will be armed with the skills needed to begin your journey into the world of photography and get to meet like-minded people, with whom you can start venturing on weekend photography tours and develop your skills along the way. 

  • You will also learn the basics of editing and post-processing your photographs, which is equally important as the capturing process. 

Photography Mentor
 

Ayush Goyal


Meet Ayush Goyal, your passionate photographer, and videographer guide. 
Nothing deters him – not the steep mountains, nor the treacherous terrains, or the extremity of the unapologetic weather when it comes to clicking the perfect shot.

 

He is an immersive artist whose pictures breathe life, stirs souls, evokes emotions, and transport topographies.
His landscapes zoomed-in show incredible details, as a metaphor for the different textures of life. The portraits, of people who work with their hands and bodies, show what was always essentially a part of ‘being human.'

You can check out more of his work on his here and trust your eyes rather than us when we say he is really good at what he does. 

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Frequently asked questions

I dont have a DSLR, can I attend the workshop?


It is not necessary to own a DSLR to attend the wokrshop though owning one will defenitly help you understand the nuainces of photgrpahy better. As long as you have a camera on your phone, you can still learn to click good photos.




Do I need a tripod / lens/ camera gear to attend the workshop?


No, none of the above are compluspory but if you do have them, bring them along. We will teach you how to optimse them to get the best result.




I am an absolute beginer, and am planning on buying my first camera soon, can I attend the workshop?


Yes! Users can add video from YouTube or Vimeo with ease:

  1. Enter App Settings
  2. Click the "Manage Questions" button
  3. Click on the question you would like to attach a video to
  4. When editing your answer, click on the video icon and then paste the YouTube or Vimeo video URL
  5. That's it! A thumbnail of your video will appear in answer text box




Will I learn how to take prints of my photos? Will I get any printed coppies at the end of the workshop?


The FAQ title can be adjusted in the settings tab of the App Settings. You can also remove the title by unchecking its checkbox in the settings tab.