Photography Workshop with Zsuzsa Bakonyi
This photography workshop aims to cover topics such as 'getting off the 'auto' mode' and learning how to better understand the way your camera works in order to reduce the number of disappointing images and non-productive results. Participants will be taking control of creative aspects such as depth-of-field and motion blur. Participants will finish the course being able to look at a photograph and really critique it and understand why it works, why it doesn’t.
This workshop is designed for:
-Beginners or those having many doubts about basic settings or just want to improve.
-New DSRL owners
-Bridge camera owners
-Compact camera owners
With this workshop, you will learn everything you need for a solid foundation regarding your camera, technical and creative settings, picture composition and developing a photographer’s eye.
We focus on the most important technical and compositional terms and explain them to participants in an easy way so that they can really understand and remember it forever.
Getting to know your camera -build up, settings, modes, etc.
Lenses and different types of lenses
Camera, sensor and its types
Shutter speed and choosing the right shutter speed
Focus points and focus modes
Depth of Filed (DOF)
Practical Session on
Using manual mode, just like a pro!
Learning to use depth of field
Playing with shutter speed, freezing and blurring motion
Camera panning technique
Controlling the focus
Highlights of the workshop:
-You will get a solid foundation about the technique and aesthetics of photography
-You will be able to use manual mode
-You will receive well designed hand-out materials which you can take home
-You will learn tricks and tips from a PRO
-All this in a good mood and inspiring milieu
MENTOR FOR THE WORKSHOP
Bakonyi Zsuzsa is a visual artist, photographer, performer and teacher born in Budapest, Hungary. Her works have been exhibited in many galleries including Hungarian House of Photography, Robert Capa Contemporary Photography Center (Budapest, Hungary), Bonington Gallery (Nottingham, UK), Foundation Vasarely (Aix en Provence, France).
She was one of the project ideators of ‘Home Away - Hungarians in New York’ for which she won a grant for a group fieldwork in New York City to research Hungarians. Monumentol’aquila is a project done with co-author Lavinia Tribiani which has been exhibited in several Italian cities, Hungary and Slovakia. She was the Hungarian partner of the “They Said Yes” project, a photo project and a travelling exhibition with the focus on Central European wedding in the contemporary photography, financed by the Visegrád Fund.
She was the leader in the Studio of Young Photographers, the most important art photography organization in Hungary, she was the art director of the 5th DEgrowth Conference held in Budapest, and in 2016 she co-founded Klipper Art Space, an independent photography art organization.She has held workshops in several countries. She believes photography if used the right way, has the capacity to empower and connect us and make this world a better place. She is a passionate teacher always focusing on connecting with her students and inspiring them.
Find her work at http://bit.ly/2Fzqr9N
Date: 21st Jan 2018
Time: 9 am to 5 pm
Fees: Rs. 3,500 (including course material)
For registration Contact 9833683379
Payment link: http://bit.ly/2Du6513