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Focus Photography Workshop
Thalam, Domlur

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  • Classroom and Field session




Focus Photography Club introduces Two Day weekend workshop covering the Basic, Technical, Artistic & Social Aspects of Photography, by Professional Photographer.

Topics to be covered in Basic Photography:
- Camera and Lensing (Full frame, APS- C, an overview of lenses and its usage).
- Focal length, Angle of View, Magnification, Focus, DOF, Aperture, Shutter Speed, ISO and Its implications on taking a photograph.
- Shooting modes (Manual, Av, Tv including exposure metering)
- Usage of filters - an overview (Polarizers, ND, Grad ND, Fader etc.)
- Overview of composition ( golden mean, rule of thirds, three shot rule. with focus on travel photography)
- Taking care of your equipment

The workshop is open for everyone (Beginners, Amateurs and Professionals) who is just getting started, have an, and are keen to take better photographs. Our mentors interact closely with every participant and work with you.

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Starting from Rs -1250 per person for 2 days, 1 night with cab and accommodation

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Level 2, 80, Krishna Reddy Colony, Domlur, Bengaluru, Karnataka 560071, India

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