Outdoor workshops are a mixture of travel, exploration and photography learning. Everyone can join, but attending a basic workshop or basic working knowledge of a D-SLR is helpful. Classroom techniques are applied on the field, and participants are given assignments to complete and rewarded for their efforts. Some of the locations I have done workshops at are :
Basic D-SLR workshops are meant for beginners in photography, specially those who have just bought a D-SLR. The 4 hour session typically includes :
Advance D-SLR workshops are meant for those who have basic knowledge of
D-SLR photography, and want to learn further techniques to fine tune their photography. The advance workshops can be a single session, classroom session OR an indoor practical session dedicated to a certain topic like FLASH, FOOD PHOTOGRAPHY, TABLETOP, PORTRAITURE & POST-PROCESSING. A typical classroom session would include topics like :
College and senior school students are increasingly getting interested in photography as an enriching hobby that may turn into a rewarding profession. My college and school workshops/ chat sessions are customised keeping in mind the academic level of the students and also focuses on the career options in photography.
Corporate programs include workshops designed specifically for a group of photography enthusiasts - staff of corporate offices, customers of Banks etc. Usually 2-3 hours or half a day for outdoors, these workshops deal with different kinds of cameras and practical techniques.
Compact digital cameras are often not covered in photography workshops. My workshops are custom made for compact camera users. Through interactive classroom and practical sessions, compact camera users can get the maximum out of their cameras.