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Photography

Crash Course


The course is same as above but is completed within 8 days on week-days. More suitable for outstation students and working people who can neither join week-end batch nor week-days batch but can take a leave for a week.

Duration: 8 days
Timings: 8am to 9.30am
Fees: Rs. 5000/-

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Detailed Syllabus of Crash Courses

  • Anatomy of Digital Camera & its types
  • DSLR
  • Lens, shutter and diaphragm.
  • Exposure settings, ISO settings on camera
  • Lenses, their types and applications
  • Shooting in daylight with manual and auto exposure settings.
  • Focusing: Auto and Manual, Auto focus lock
  • Depth of Field, factors affecting DOF
  • Lighting
  • Portraiture, Landscape, Macro Photography, applications of close-up lenses
  • Use of different filters in photography

Foundation Course


A practical-oriented course, specially designed for the beginners who want to learn photography practically on week-ends. There is a great demand for Indian photographers in American Cruise Industry. Indian Recruiting Agencies such as Air Bourne and Indus are looking for young, enthusiastic, confident and hardworking boys and girls for the said job

Duration: 1 Month
Timings: Monday to Friday 8am to 9am
Fees: Rs. 10000/-


Detailed Syllabus of Foundation Courses

  • Anatomy of Digital Camera & its types
  • DSLR
  • Lens, shutter and diaphragm.
  • Exposure settings, ISO settings on camera
  • Lenses, their types and applications
  • Shooting in daylight with manual and auto exposure settings.
  • Focusing: Auto and Manual, Auto focus lock
  • Depth of Field, factors affecting DOF
  • Lighting
  • Portraiture, Landscape, Macro Photography, applications of close-up lenses
  • Use of different filters in photography
  • Actions like freezing and panning, Covering sports events
  • Studio lighting and modeling
  • Flash photography

Advance Course


This course also covers Basic Photography. The course is well designed to give emphasis on commercial photography and digital photography. Students are trained to know various lighting and advanced exposure techniques.

Duration: 1 Month
Timings: Monday to Friday 8am to 9am
Fees: Rs. 15000/-


Detailed Syllabus of Advance Courses

Theory

1. The nature of light and color Nature of light.Spectrum of light.Colors and their characteristics, attributes, color synthesis and color vision.

2. Advance exposure techniques
Understanding exposure, built-in exposure meters in SLR and their various patterns such as average, center-weighted and spot reading. Hand held external exposure meters. Exposure bracketing.Incident light reading, grey card reading, understanding of dynamic range, creating HDR.

3. Source of light and lighting
Natural light: Advantages and disadvantages of bright sun light. Controlling contrast by filling in shadows with reflectors and portable flash.Back lighting, silhouettes. Artificial light: Tungsten lighting, flash units, fluorescent lighting etc.

4. Studio lighting
Studio flash unit and its accessories such as umbrellas, soft boxes, spot grids, snoot etc. Various lighting techniques for portraiture (modeling) and tabletop,incident light reading with flash meters, Lighting ratios.

5. Introduction to Digital Photo Imaging
Digital Camera, Image recording systems, memory cards, white balance settings.

6. Introduction to Digital Photo Editing
Using different software programs like Photoshop for editing images.

7. Close up and Macro Photography
Various methods of shooting small objects, applications of close-up lenses, macro lenses.

8. Creative Aspect
Bokeh, Panorama, Light painting, multiple exposure, time lapse photography.

9. Understand different file formats
RAW, TIFF, JPEG, printing resolution

9. Understand different file formats
RAW, TIFF, JPEG, printing resolution

Practical sessions

Indoor

  • Advanced Exposure techniques: To learn Auto-exposure settings
  • To learn Auto Exposure Lock
  • To learn exposure bracketing and exposure compensations
  • To learn spot meter reading
  • Using White balance shift
  • To shoot portraits, taking meter reading from camera's built-in meter
  • To shoot subjects with incident light reading, use of external exposure meter.

Outdoor - I

  • Shooting landscapes, actions with panning & zooming techniques
  • Shooting portraits with outdoor model lighting, frontal lighting, back lighting, use of reflectors and flash to fill the shadows.
  • Shooting flowers and other small objects with macro techniques, close-up lenses, landscapes.

Outdoor - 2

Shooting flood lit buildings, street scenes, etc in available light at night, silhoutes, twilight, twilight portraits, night portraits, night landscapes using mirror lock-up.

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