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Meeting Point: Indian Photographers Club, A-50, Sector 17, Noida 201301.
For Sherpa contact details after booking your tour, call or text +91-9643982934.
Ever wondered what's that dancing fire streaks?
Yeah? That's a Steel Wool.
Sure it seems a lot of risky job to capture such photos, but trust me, it ain't!
This workshop will answer all your doubts in detail and will surely give you a lot of amazing and breathtaking pictures of Steel Wool.
So, how you go about it?
You'll learn a lot of things during this workshop like:
How to frame it right
Understanding the behaviour of Steel Wool.
Do's and dont's while shooting.
Discussing different ideas and themes on how you can make them look even better.
Equipments to carry :
- Wide Angle lens (18-55mm lens works really good too)
- Tripod (must)
It is not just a workshop, in fact it is fun meeting like minded people and learning an amazing technique with them.
As they always say ''You don't click a photograph, you make one''.
So, now it's time to make yours, come and join this unique experience . The aim of this whole workshop is to understand how steel wool photography is done. It is a detailed workshop to capture as well as to know what are the dos and don'ts while shooting Steel Wool. You would also learn how a camera works when placed in front of artificial yet fancy and creative light.
Amateur Photographers with DSLR, Professional Photographers
Do carry your Tripods. It's a must!
1. Sherpa Fee 2. Steel Wool 3. One Water Bottle
Who are they?
Photographer by profession and traveller by birth.
Because he has been into steel wool photography since quite long now. He hasan experience of shooting such photos at a temp of as low as -28 and as high as 48. He knows the in and out of all the dos and don'ts. He is a professional travel photographer.
Experimenting with lights at different intensity and at different places is like his hobby. He has done my graduation from Delhi University and his schooling from Delhi Public School, Noida. He was born and brought up in Noida and is currently travelling all around he can.
Languages spoken by Sherpa
English and Hindi