This 5-day photography workshop is designed for beginners who want to learn how to operate their cameras properly and make interesting pictures about life around them. The workshop will be a mix of in-class lectures and practical shooting exercises.
• Each participant must have his or her own camera.
• the workshop will be based on compact camera and/or DSLR functions.
• The workshop will be open to a maximum of 15 participants.
• The workshop fee does not include meals.
• Participants must be prepared to work hard throughout the workshop and spend more than 3-4 hours shooting each day!
Workshop will cover the following topics;
• Introduction + history of photography
• Getting to know your camera
• Understanding Exposure (Aperture, Shutter speed and ISO)
• Composition and content
• Visual styles and Master photographers
• Basic street + portrait photography
Date: 1-5 August 2017
Time: 10 am to 12 pm
Venue: Sanskriti Space, Birgunj
Fee: Rs.2000 only
(Scholarship for female candidate on local basis: 25% & Scholarship for candidate residing outside Birgunj: 50% – limited seats available)
To apply, please submit the following;
• Application form(https://www.dropbox.com/s/
• Send 10 of your strongest images.
• Please email your applications to email@example.com
• Application deadline 5:00 pm, 25 July 2017
About the tutor
Sagar Chhetri (b. 1990), is a photographer based in Kathmandu, Nepal. Sagar embarked upon working on visual narratives focusing Socio-political, cultural and environmental issues around him. As per his photographic trainings, he participated in International Photography Program at Pathashala South Asian Media Institute, Dhaka, Bangladesh in 2015. He recently received a scholarship from the Danish Ministry of Education and completed a semester on Photojournalism in Danish School of media and Journalism, Aarhus, Denmark. He is currently working with Photo.Circle, a vibrant platform for Nepali photographers. In 2016, he received 2nd prize on photo story category during annual photo competition organized by Photojournalist club Nepal for his recent work. www.sagarchhetri.com
In association with photo.circle
For questions and/or further information please contact,
Manish Paudel 9855092943