Karnataka State Lawn Tennis, Kasturba road
to Sat, Apr 18
Taking photographs is easy, but making an image is an art. Learn how to compose correctly, know the Golden Triangle of ISO, Aperture and Shutter Speed. Know how to use the light to your advantage. From portraits to candids, from wildlife to streets, from flowers to landscapes. Learn the 'Art of Photography' with Sreekumar Krishnan.
Batch 1: April 11 and 12, 2015
Batch 2: April 18 and 19, 2015
Day 1 - 9 am to 5 pm
Day 2 - 6 am to 8 am
About the photographer:
Sreekumar Krishnan - Professional photographer, spiritualist and a light-hearted individual is how Sree describes himself. Having worked 20 years in the Advertising and Marketing industry he last headed the MRM//McCann in Bangalore for 8 years, he carries the base foundation for what qualifies to create great images which matter in terms of communication. The early years of photographing in film roll mode, gave him a sound foundation of understanding of light and the ways to create exceptional images.
Sreekumar Krishnan, turned professional over a year ago and believes in the core philosophy that taking a photograph is easy but making an Image is an art.His images capture a reflection of the soul that one can adorn on the walls of eternity.In a short period of time his images have won awards in various photo competitions in India including Canon Rotary Click a pic, featured in a world wide calendar of an International Bank, selected as photo of the day in National Geographic, exhibited in Bangalore and in London.
Today he shoots candid moments for families and children in what is called a spiritual cleansing bringing the best in the person as large format prints. He also works specifically with brands to help create images for advertising where some of the brands include Google, Hero Motocorp, GE Healthcare and many others.
His workshops are one on one, a deeper understanding on creating better images using simple techniques which have basis in spirituality and the way nature works. When he is not shooting, he teaches meditation for he finds both photography and spirituality are based on the Light and he explores this aspect in his journey of the Light.