Shoot, photo shoot

This weekend I attended a photography workshop conducted by well known wildlife photographer Sudhir Shivaram.

Saturday, Sudhir discussed the concepts of photography. The emphasis was on how to take control of the camera and not use the presets. Although I was aware of the basic concepts, it helped me understand how those theories can be applied practically. It also helped that Sudhir gave practical examples from his vast experience.

Sunday, we went for a practical session to the Hebbal lake, early in the morning, where Sudhir helped us to understand the do's and don'ts. Later in the day, he explained the post processing workflow. I didn't have a clue about this before. He explained it in details and we learnt by doing it on our own laptops. Although the results of my first post processing was a mess of a nice photograph, I got the concepts. Now I will have to practise them. Be ready to check some of my post processed photographs at my photoblog.

9 comments:

Becoming a Stranger to Myself said...

MF!

We're waiting for the post processed stuff.
jaldi dikhao.

Chitrangada said...

we r waiting :D

Rohit Talwar said...

Yeah, I'm waiting too! Please post it asap!

Subhadip said...

BASTM: Congrats. Let me do something first. Weekdays mein mushkil hai.

Chitrangada / Rohit: Next week, same place, same time... thanks for dropping by.

Kanu said...

Wow...waiting

Woodsmoke said...

Sudhir Shivaram's photographs are supercool. Which is not to say yours aren't. Waiting for them in their super-super cool avatar.

~ Deeps ~ said...

finally u gonna do some post processing to ur pic.........waiting eagerly to view them.......

Subhadip said...

Kanu: Next week as per the one per week post plan :-)

Woodie: No super cool stuff - I mean not too many changes. Then it ceases to be photography and becomes digital art. Glad you liked Sudhir's photographs.

Deepak: Finally. Will take me ages to reach your level though.

Kanu said...

U missed a week already!!!