Why this travel photography workshop is worth attending
Sign up for a travel photography workshop that will ease the amateur into the wonders of the craft
A Rickety Roads workshop that was held earlier
Capturing the picturesque views we come across while on a holiday ensures that its memories last long after it is over. But what if you could learn to click the perfect picture from a moving bus or make the most of challenging light conditions inside a monument? Kunal Bhatia along with partner Shuvajit Payne will conduct a travel photography workshop this Saturday with an aim to offer a non- technical, intuitive insight into taking images while travelling.
The reason to start such workshops was public interest in the techniques of travel photography, says Bhatia, co-owner of Rickety Roads. However, after conducting several one-day, intensive workshops, they figured that the participants were more interested in improving their imagery over the technical aspects of handling a camera. "This led to the creation of short duration travel photography workshops that looked more into the intuition and experimentation aspect of photography, making it an open-for-all event", he adds stating that even a person with a phone camera can be a part of the workshop.
With just 30 seats available, this is the second time that the organisation is conducting such a workshop. In the course of three hours, they will focus on practical exercises along with some theoretical lessons in travel photography.
On : January 6, 3 pm to 6pm
At : Dr Bhau Daji Lad Museum, Byculla.
Log on to : workshops.ricketyroads.com
Cost : Rs.354
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