A two day Photography Workshop on Lighting Techniques @ Hyderabad

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Photography was once practiced by a talented few who took up photography as a profession. Today with the advent of technology, there’s a camera (though it may not always be a great one) in almost everyone’s hand, making everyone’s a photographer. And why not?

Venky Fashion Photography

Photography can be a truly rewarding experience. It adds a spark to life by opening up our creative side and lets us capture precious moments that will last a lifetime. But when this creative satisfaction is handled well and nurtured in the right direction it makes photography all the more interesting not only to do but also to later look back on. Wouldn’t you agree?

After all, taking photographs is more than just taking a beautiful picture. It is capturing the essence of the scene or the person you want to photograph, and in order to do so, you have to know how to combine the right light and ambience with what you have to work with. The best way to do that is to learn the tricks of the trade from a professional.

Venky Location Photoshoot

That is where Photriya comes in. Known to offer Stylish, Fashion, Occasional, Cinema and Portrait photography to a variety of clients around the world in addition to having a fully equipped studio, Photriya also conducts Digital Photography courses, and is once again getting ready to teach (this time on) the techniques of lighting.

Aimed at anyone who has struck love with photography and are seeking professional guidance to achieve a good learning and understanding of the highly creative arena of photography, the two day photography workshop will be your toehold to gain the knowledge and experience gleaned over years of dedication and practice.

Venky Teaching

To be taught by Professional Fashion Photographer, Venky, this workshop, to be held on the 26th of May 2012 at the Photriya Studio in Maruti Nagar (Hyderabad), the 2 day Photography Workshop will teach you everything there is to know on how to capture beauty both with the natural light of the outdoors and with the artificial lights of the studio. At the end of the workshop, this class will fundamentally change the way you capture both professional images and spur of the moment ones as well including photographs at birthday parties, weddings, or even just casual outings with friends.

If you’re a shutter bug this is an awesome opportunity to fine tune your photography skills and probably even pave the way to photography as a profession. An added bonus is the chance to learn the techniques of lighting in photography from a professional (Venky) who’s not only got more than 10 years of photography experience under his belt but has also travelled round the world for various shoots and also shot various big names like Chiranjeevi, Nagarjuna, Kajol, Samantha, Ram Charan Tej, Anushka, Siddharth, Rana Daggupati, Jr. NTR, Parvathi Melton, Tamanna, Shraddha Das, and many more. He has also covered the prestigious Lakme Fashion Week not once but twice.

So what are you waiting for? BOOK YOUR PASSES HERE NOW and get ready to join Venky as he shares his secrets and insights into how to make photographs that convey a powerful sense of place, capture the essence of a person or a rare moment.

With that we leave you to check out some of Venky’s work with Tollywood’s best actors and actresses:

 
 

Chiranjeevi

Rana Daggupati

Kajal Agarwal

Siddharth

 

Check out more of his awesome shots on his portfolio @ http://www.photriya.com/

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  1. hi, i am Rakesh Reddy working as phptpgrapher in hyderabad, we cover all events like wedding, birthday, seminars, all functions, please kindly order if any programs in hyderabad
    Thank u,

    T.Rakesh reddy
    cell : 9490045437

    rakesh reddy
    25/02/2013 at 11:05 am
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