Photography is not just about clicking pictures and uploading them on Instagram and Facebook. Have you ever wondered about the precision with which the lens shutter snaps to capture a moment in time? What can be done to enhance a certain photo from looking absolutely lacklustre to suddenly breath-taking? Here is your chance to find out!
Join us on May 30th and 31st for an exciting workshop by Meghana Kulkarni to design and build a simple camera, lens, accessory or any other component which aids your process of taking pictures, either for a DSLR or a smartphone. The workshop will start off with an introduction from Meghana to understanding the principles of simple cameras and their lenses, attachments and accessories. She will deconstruct the elements of the equipment and simplify it for your understanding. Following this would be the hands-on session where registered participants would choose and learn how to design either a working model of a camera (analogue) or a lens attachment for a smartphone or photography aids, accessories and lighting attachments. They could even learn how to modify old cameras and lenses for use with digital gadgets! The aim of the workshop is to make the process of clicking a picture much more personal with regards to tools used and also to have fun while doing it.
Halasuru Metro Station (exit A), Old Madras Road, Gupta Layout, Ulsoor, Bengaluru, Karnataka 560008, India
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