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Photography Workshop

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Last Sunday I along with my friends Rohit & Dijiraj Conducted a full day Basic photography workshop at Mangalore. it was a great success. Participants were from various fields. All were keen to learn the basics of photography. We covered several fundamental principles during the morning session. After lunch we concentrated on hands on interaction with them. This was our second basic photography workshop conducted under banner of Mangalore Photography Club. We are soon planning to come with an advanced workshop on selected photography topics.

We got a nice coverage in local papers. Here is an link from Mangalore Today.

Since I was busy preparing for the workshop, I was not able to blog for last 2 weeks. I will have a new post soon.

EXIF info - Aperture : ƒ/2.8 | Camera : Canon EOS 5D Mark II | Taken : 29 August, 2010 | Focal length : 20mm | ISO : 200 | Shutter speed : 1/8s | Images and content Copyright © Krishna Mohan. Please contact me to purchase prints or for image publication license.

EXIF info – Aperture : ƒ/2.8 | Camera : Canon EOS 5D Mark II | Taken : 29 August, 2010 | Focal length : 20mm | ISO : 200 | Shutter speed : 1/8s | Images and content Copyright © Krishna Mohan. Please contact me to purchase prints or for image publication license.

3 thoughts on “Photography Workshop”

  1. Doc, please include topics covering Copyright and Licensing in the advanced workshop, coz everybody can’t afford to be like Wiki Commons 🙂

  2. Hie, I was introduced to this website by one of your frends as i too had an interest in photography. I dnt remember his name thought just this that he works with maruti suzuki. the pics u click r really great. I am now working in mangalore. And really keen to learn photography. how can i go with this?

  3. hi krishna, i’m Guru from Hospet. will be in Manglore from 18th of january till the 22nd of feb. do let me know if u will be having workshop this time and what would be the charges…

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