Workshop on photography

Published: 20th November 2013 01:28 PM  |   Last Updated: 20th November 2013 01:28 PM   |  A+A-

A one-day HD video workshop on ‘How to make a wedding cinema’ was   conducted by the Insight Camera Club, a professional photography organization, at Hotel Presidency. 

The workshop focused on different types of camera, editing techniques, equipment, software, formats of new generation videography.

Abraham Tharakan, an expert on still photography, spoke in detail about various cameras, common errors and compatibility issues. Detailed interactive sessions were also held on efficient space utilisation and tips for production of high-quality videos.  Speaking on the constant upgradation of technology in the field of videography, he reminded the audience that it is not possible to attain the precision of the eye for the camera.

“This workshop is the first of its kind in Kerala on new generation HD wedding videography,” says Valsan, PRO of the club. The club was formed in the year 2005 by professional photographers with unlimited passion for photography. Now the club has the strength of 80 dedicated members. This workshop is a part of the club’s initiatives like camps, competitions, exhibitions that contributes in the professional excellence of its members, he added.

Joshva Ronald handled the session on cinematography, grading and colouring through demonstrations. The other speakers were Anil Penta and Manesh Hari who detailed on the practical side of editing. More than 120 professional photographers of Kerala participated in the workshop.


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