I have always admired photographers. If I had the chance, I would really want to learn the use of each function of my camera. I feel, at times, I don’t get to maximize it. I wonder how others can come up with great photos, even when using the same camera as mine. Do you feel the same way? If you do, I’d like to share this workshop with you. It’s called the Top Shot Basic Photography Workshop from Manila Workshops.
This workshop is sponsored by Pixel Pro (https://www.facebook.com/pixelproshop) and conducted by Guj Tungpalan. Guj Tungpalan is the Creative Director of redsheep Cinema – one the most sought-after wedding film makers in the Philippine wedding industry. Guj spearheaded all of RedSheep’s endeavors and in less than two years, the team has already done various destination weddings locally and abroad, including Seattle, Houston, New York, Los Angeles, San Francisco, and Singapore. RedSheep has also been featured in various wedding blogs and magazines, both locally and internationally.
The workshop is for any Hobbyist, Semi-pro to Start-up Pro Photographer. Just bring your camera with manually controllable features.
For the course outline, here it is:
I. The End: Introduction to Fine Art Portrait Photography
II. Getting There: The Tools
A. The Photographer and the Eye (Aesthetics and Composition)
B. Your Camera and which features/settings really matter
III. Getting There: The Journey – Spatial Elements
A. The Subject (Dynamics of Shooting)
IV. Getting There – Spectral Elements
V. Wrapping things up
A. Post Production (Processing)
B. “Packaging”: Diptych and Watermarking
C. Settings for Export
D. Taking it online
The good news is that this 2 day workshop is running a deal in Okayokay.com.
Do visit this link to sign up: TOP SHOT Basic Photography Workshop