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Quilling

Course Description

Age is not a barrier to learning a new hobby and you can start with the camera on your phone if that’s what you have available. Photography is a hobby that offers so many possibilities for creative expression, technical expertise, and sheer variety of ways to capture an image.

This photography course uses the advanced digital camera to build basic skills in students who have an interest in photography, but no prior experience. Using a combination of lecture, demonstration, and hands-on exercises, this course will explore the basic photographic techniques and artistic concerns involved in making photographs. These include camera handling, composition, effective use of light, file management, digital image manipulation and developing a photographic vision.

A digital camera is your top priority. It doesn’t matter which kind. Also, if you have a tripod, then it would be really helpful for you. Make sure you have a place to save your work every week, as this is a requirement.

Start getting real now! Join this course today, we offer two types Digital Photography Course 1 and Digital Photography Course 2. Check them out.

What you will be Learning 

  • Introduction to photography

  • Camera Control-Camera parts and types. Menu items and shooting modes

  • Exposure triangle, color temperature, white balance, black and white conversion, introduction to lighting.

  • Understanding camera, types of camera- analog and digital, camera sensors, different types of lenses, rules of composition.

  • Lighting sources-ambient and artificial lighting, hard light, soft light, indoor lighting, high shutter, and slow shutter.

  • Composition tips, and shooting at night, different types of photographs

Your Mentor

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Taksh Srivastava

Meet our Quilling Instructor – Taksh Srivastava, who though loves to play guitar and is fond of experimenting with music; has found his calling in Quilling. Taksh has learnt this art on his own but with practice he has become quite proficient at it. He believes that when basic shapes lay the foundation for intricate designs, the sheer joy of seeing your idea having a beautiful form is simply marvellous.