Here’s a complete overview of what happens in the SSP Photography learning tours.
1.Photography learning through indoor classroom sessions:
Sudhir will have interactive classroom photography sessions back at the hotel in the conference room to help the participants have a practical approach to the learning. These sessions help you pick up the basics and advanced concepts of photography and you can start applying them in the field.
2.Photography learning and assignments in the field:
Once you have understood the concepts in the indoor classroom sessions, it’s time to implement them practically in the field. During the full day field outing, Sudhir will guide you with the camera settings and composition based on the challenges in the field. He will also give you few assignments to help you understand the concept of pre-visualization.
While we are extremely serious about our photography, we never play down the importance of some good old-fashioned fun and some great food. Lunch break at the centre point is a great time to share, interact and know each other. So, what do we celebrate? Good times, great food, awesome friends. And of course, photography!!
The teaching and learning will not stop after the workshop. In fact this is just the starting point. You will be part of the SSP community of the SSP website where your learning and interactions with fellow photographers continues.
Prerequisite for the workshop
Participants are expected to know the basic fundamentals of exposure triangle parameters, metering, focusing and various camera settings. You can watch the “How to be a better photography in 45 mins” video of Sudhir on YouTube to have a good understanding on the basics and then attend this tour.
Your camera needs to have the different AF area modes like:
Nikon – auto-area AF, single-point AF, dynamic-area AF, Grp focusing and 3D-tracking
Canon – Single point AF, AF point expansion, Zone AF, Large Zone AF, Automatic selection
Sony – AF options of wide, zone, centre, flexible spot, expand flexible point.