USE OF NATURAL LIGHT IN STILL PHOTOGRAPHY
The use of light is critical to any photograph or even cinematography. It helps in telling a story and conveying emotions whatever the subject maybe. The art of creating a picture in lieu of words using only available natural light as against artificial light requires a person to be highly creative.
The workshop, conducted over a singular weekend will open your mind to new levels of creativity as you learn to shoot in natural light whether it is a landscape, an event or even a portrait, indoors or outdoors. While writers use words, photographers use images to tell a story.
- Pre-workshop assignment
- Personal attention by faculty
- Live online lectures
- Practical exercises
At the end of the workshop, the participants will get a taste of what it means to be a storyteller or an artist with just the creation of images.
12th, 13th and 14th February 2021
Friday : 9am to 11 am
Saturday : 9am to 12 noon
Sunday : 9am to 12 noon
Aslam Saiyad alias ‘Bombay Ka Shana’ is an independent photographer. He learned photography from J. J. Institute of Applied Arts. 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.