Photography

Key Features

Notes

Assignments

6 Months

Photography is a word derived from the Greek words photos (“light”) and graphein (“to draw”) The word was first used by the scientist Sir John F.W. Herschel in 1839.

It is a method of recording images by the action of light, or related radiation, on a sensitive material.

Three Available Courses

Our Syllabus

We have provide you the following syllabus modules in your training period.

1 Month Beginner Course

  1. Introduction to Photography.
  2. History of cameras, All about cameras.
  3. Rules of Photography.
  4. Digital Camera Modes Explained.
  5. Components to Camera.
  6. Understanding Exposure.
  7. How to clean DSLR Lens, Tips on keeping it dirt free.
  8. Right way to hold a camera.
  9. Practical Assignments/ Worksheets.
  10. Basics of Photography.

3 Month Extensive Photography

  1. Introduction to Photography.
  2. History of cameras, All about cameras.
  3. Rules of Photography.
  4. Digital Camera Modes Explained.
  5. Components to Camera.
  6. Understanding Exposure.
  7. How to clean DSLR Lens, Tips on keeping it dirt free.
  8. Right way to hold a camera.
  9. Practical Assignments/ Worksheets.
  10. Basics of Photography.
  11. How to visualise a picture.
  12. Introduction to Lighting.
  13. Visual Literacy.
  14. Travel Photography in Natural Lighting.
  15. Automatic Exposure Bracketing.
  16. Shooting with in-camera flash.
  17. Rule of Thirds.
  18. Aperture & Shutter Priority Modes.

6 Month Extensive Photography

  1. Introduction to Photography.
  2. History of cameras, All about cameras.
  3. Rules of Photography.
  4. Digital Camera Modes Explained.
  5. Components to Camera.
  6. Understanding Exposure.
  7. How to clean DSLR Lens, Tips on keeping it dirt free.
  8. Right way to hold a camera.
  9. Practical Assignments/ Worksheets.
  10. Basics of Photography.
  11. How to visualise a picture.
  12. Introduction to Lighting.
  13. Visual Literacy.
  14. Travel Photography in Natural Lighting.
  15. Automatic Exposure Bracketing.
  16. Shooting with in-camera flash.
  17. Rule of Thirds.
  18. Aperture & Shutter Priority Modes.
  19. Introduction to White Balance.
  20. Shutter Release Technique.
  21. Using Focal Lock.