Digital Post Processing Workshop @ Bangalore

Digital Post Processing Workshop @ Bangalore


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This course is aimed at complete first timers and enthusiasts who need not have any prior exposure digital post processing. The aim of the course is to introduce the importance of post processing your pictures to reveal the true beauty hidden behind those megapixels. Interest is the only Prerequisite! If you are interested in being a part of the workshop talk to us. The course is delivered with an assumption that the participants have understood the basic concepts of photography. 


  • Your laptop
  • Some pictures you have shot, on a pen drive or CD, JPG or RAW format


  • Amateur Photographers interesting in taking photography seriously. No Age limit/ No Qualifications / No Pre-requisite except interest.
  • Photographers who have basics photography knowledge/experience
  • This workshop is not designed to teach Basics of Photography. Please check out our other workshop if you are interested in learning the Basics of Photography.


  • Date: Oct 19, 2013
  • Time: 9:30 AM to 6:00 PM
  • Venue: Toehold Seminar Hall, Jayanagar. Bangalore 


Phillip Ross
Phillip Ross is without doubt the 'little master' of wildlife photography. Still in his early twenties and already boasting an astounding portfolio, Phillip exudes the same precocity and talent as the big cats he is famously known to share a special relationship with. When out in the wild, Lady Luck is his faithful friend, and back in the civilized world, captivating stories of his experiences are a staple source of fascination for those who enjoy the pleasure of his acquaintance. 

An avid angler, great raconteur and naturalist par excellence, Phillip uses his passion for wildlife to spread the joy of nature through his infectious ways to adults and children alike. Having explored wilderness areas throughout India as a photographer and naturalist, Phillip has won many laurels, including a Wildlife Conservation Award in 2009 for his report on saving the Bannerghatta National Park. And courtesy of his skill, imagination and technical mastery, his work has been used in various magazines, newspapers, journals and calendars for embellishment and education through his incisive lens.

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