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Creative White Balance And Seascape Photography experiential Workshop

White Balance :

White Balance is an aspect of photography that many digital camera owners don’t understand or use – but it’s something well worth learning about as it can have a real impact upon the shots you take.Every digital camera has a White Balance or Automatic White Balance (AWB) setting in the camera menu. But how many of us actually use it or even know what it is for? This workshop gives clear picture of White balance and It won't be theoretical class instead Mentor will help you to experiment in various levels. It gives vast experience and one could implement in various scenarios.

Seascape photography is a very interesting genre of photography. Its not only about the typical postcard image of the beach, the blue sky and the palm trees but there are a lot more to it. Today it is considered to be a separate genre of photography and no more a subset of landscape photography. Your knowledge of the tide timings, weather conditions, the location, the lighting conditions, intelligent usage of shutter speed, aperture and ISO can offer you flexibility to imagine out of the box and implement them in your frame once you are clear with the concepts. If your camera allows you to choose different shutter speeds, aperture and ISO, then you are in for this workshop. This is unique and results are magical. In this workshop, mentor will demonstrate the various creative ways how you can use your camera's settings to create some amazing seascape images. One compulsory requirement for seascape photography is a sturdy tripod. Combination of right white balance and proper settings will help to understand the deep perspective of image.

ND FILTERS :

ND or Neutral Density Filters, they certainly have their uses, but what exactly are they and how can you decide which is the correct one for you. Mentor will help you to guide to choose the right one for the right situation.

WHAT IS AN EXPERIENTIAL WORKSHOP?

An experiential workshop is a unique concept, where you walk in, get guided, try your hands on 'do it yourself' practical exercises and then, walk away with some amazing images. During an experiential workshop, our experts hand hold you on your camera settings and create an environment for you to get that perfect shot.

MENTOR

Srivatsan Sankaran hailing from Chennai is an Engineer by education, but a die hard Photographer by passion. He has been pursuing his passion seriously for the past 7 years. His primary objective of photography is to bring out a sense of union with Mother Nature and a sense of singularity with people. Exploring and experiencing the new places to capture nature, small creatures, people’s life style, culture and tradition in the sincere way gives him immense happiness. He has won ‘Shoot the Frame' award in 2012, he was one of the ‘Top 10 Tamron winner’ in 2013 and his work has been published in more than 20 magazines including Nat Geo Traveller.

Cab will be arranged to pick the participants at Thiruvanmiyur Signal and will drop the same after the workshop .

SCHEDULED DATE, TIME AND VENUE

30th JULY 2017 (Sunday)
Time – 4:30 am - 8:30 am (Early morning)
Venue - Kovalam Beach, Chennai
Meeting point - Kovalam Beach, Chennai
Cab Picking point: Thiruvanmiyur Signal
Meeting time - 3:30 am

PACKAGE COST
Rs 700 per head inclusive of all taxes.

GETTING READY FOR THE WORKSHOP

Carry your DSLR
Carry wide angle lens
Carry ND filter if available
Carry a camera protection cover
Please do carry a sturdy Tripod, for good sharp pictures in low light conditions.
A thin plastic cover to protect the tripod from beach sand could be a good idea
Carry camera remote, filters if you have

REGISTRATION AND PAYMENT

Please click on the 'Register for Workshop' tab on the top / bottom right corner of this page to register yourself. Once you fill in your details and click submit, you will be redirected to the online payment page. Your registration is completed and confirmed only after a successful payment process. In case of any difficulty, please connect with us - [email protected]