Abhishek Tiwari is a well known wedding photography artist in India and directed an episode for famous netflix reality show 'The big day'. This course is a great chance for any photography enthusiast to learn from the best. In this beginner level course, he will teach you fundamentals of photography using a DSLR camera, he will take you in depth into teaching how to use manual mode settings in the camera. It is a 2 day weekend course, will be taught online in a live interactive format where you will learn face to face directly from the artist, and will get personal feedback. You will also get to interact with fellow photography enthusiast students and will become part of our community. We conduct bi-weekly meetups and engage with art lovers on regular basis for free and paid sessions.The best part of this workshop is that on day 2 you will get to do hands on photoshoot project where you will learn about making still life composition besides all other important ascpects of photography like light and shadow.
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Day 1 - Introduction to professional photography
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Day 2 - Fundamentals of light, composition
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Abhishek is among top ten wedding photographers in the country and a passionate wildlife photographer. He quit his long term corporate job in the US to pursue his passion for life, travel and photography. He is an example to look up to who has changed his career from a techie into the creative field and has already been making a mark. He's often seen collaborating and promoting Canon cameras and other known brands. He also recently shot an episode for a Netflix reality wedding series 'The Big Day'. He splits his work and personal life between Goa and Delhi.