Everyone is a photographer today, but how about being a dynamic & skilled photographer? Discover your own unique eye through the camera.
Looking at the ever-growing & evolving world of marketing, technology and social media, visual content is at its peak. From videos to photos the role of visually appealing content just keeps gaining momentum. In spite of the greatest technology available on your camera, one still needs to understand the basics of exposure theory that all good photographers over the past 150 years have had to learn.
This online photography course is a comprehensive program that will teach you how to take control of your camera. You will learn
- Basics of exposure, lighting and lenses
- Importance of composition
- How to create the perfect shot under all conditions
- Introduction to different photographic genres – nature, landscapes, portraits, studio and more
- Connecting with people and communities you normally don't meet
- Telling stories through your photographs
- Opportunity to do hands-on photo projects which will be reviewed and evaluated by expert photographers
Students will be able to develop different ways of discovering their unique eye to see a city, people and nature. Also develop empathy and understanding of the spaces and urban commons that we share.
By the end of the course students will have the confidence and skills to turn their passion into a full-time or part-time career.
This is an Online Course and will be conducted via Google Classroom and Google Meet
- Please note that the course is rigorous.
- Please ensure you have a laptop that works efficiently.
- Please make sure you have good internet connection / Wi-Fi connectivity and minimum 12 Mbps speed, minimum 8 GB internet pack per day.
- Please try and have a camera that is not on fixed auto-mode and you can play with settings of exposure etc.
Aslam Saiyad alias ‘Bombay Ka Shana’ is an independent photographer working through different ways of thinking about photography and the world around us. He learned photography from J. J. Institute of Applied Arts. Founder and showrunner of Hallu Hallu – a slow discovery project. Through walks, experiences and workshops, Hallu Hallu connects people, students and professionals to places and communities in Mumbai. Teaches photography at French design school Ecole Intuit Lab. Since the last 4 years Aslam has been documenting rivers of Mumbai and people living along it under the ‘Mumbai Rivers Photo Project’. In 2011, he worked on ‘Kashmir Railways’ – a documentary for National Geographic. He has launched more than 25 street exhibitions and has undertaken assignments for Indian Railways, Mahindra, General Insurance, Apnalaya and Save the Children.