Theory session: 11am - 2pm

  • Understanding the basic functionality of a Digital Camera
  • Deciphering the photography jargon: Aperture, Shutter Speed, ISO etc.
  • Deep-Dive into various shooting modes available - Aperture Priority, Shutter Priority, Manual etc.
  • Understanding what "Metering" means and the different Metering Modes available
  • Exposure Compensation
  • White Balance: How it affects the mood of any scene
  • Various focus modes available to shoot different scenes / situations
  • Come over the obstacles you face while taking pictures in your day-to-day life: Red-Eye / Blurry Pictures etc.
  • Composition / Framing guidelines

FIELD Session: 3pm - 6pm

  • Guided outdoor field session to implement what you've learnt during the theory session

what you'll learn during the day

  • Understand the science behind capturing a photograph
  • Knowing the difference between various Digital Cameras available, thereby being able to pick the right equipment basis your needs
  • Deciphering the photography jargon: Aperture, Shutter Speed, ISO etc.
  • Understand what it takes to create a well-balanced exposure
  • Come over the obstacles you face while taking pictures in your day-to-day life: Red-Eye / Blurry Pictures etc.
  • Know how to compose / frame the scenes which would aesthetically be pleasing
  • Ensure a long life to your expensive camera equipment without spending too much

what you need to carry

  • Your D-SLR camera and kit lens or at least a prosumer point-and-shoot camera
  • A fully charged camera battery and a memory card with sufficient space for a day's shooting