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Photography Training Course in Chandigarh

Photography Training Course in Chandigarh: PHOTOGRAPHY is not a profession it’s a passion. If it’s your passion then you are in right place.

Photography Training Course in Chandigarh;

VFX, Multimedia, Training Course Institute & Academy

At our photography institute in Chandigarh, students are trained to gain knowledge of cameras and their various parts, such as:

  • Different types of camera
  • Lenses
  • Focal planes
  • Shutter speeds
  • Equipment’s
  • Lighting
  • Flash
  • Filters
  • Close up
  • Balancing color
  • Editing techniques
  • Exposure techniques
  • Maintenance of camera
  • Preparing the portfolios
  • Understanding of various types of photography advertisement
  • Commercial
  • Fashion
  • Landscape
  • Nature
  • Press
  • Studio
  • Wildlife


Professional Photography Course in Chandigarh

1. Professional photography is an excellent career choice for anyone who wants to get paid for using their creative talents.

2. It’s one of the few fields where age and college degrees aren’t as important as a good eye, a quality product, and self-discipline.

3. Photography is a competitive field, so be prepared to start small. Then perfect your craft and build a portfolio of your best work.

Framing your image

  • Rule of thirds
  • Golden Section
  • Foreground interest/Background detail
  • Perspective
  • The power of color
  • Lead-in lines/Convergence

Flash Photography

  • Flash synchronisation
  • Intensity
  • Fill flash
  • Bounce flash
  • Slave flash
  • The advantages and drawbacks of flash
  • Flashguns: their use, limitations, trigger voltages, and rules of handling

White Balance

Courses – Institute of photography in Chandigarh

  • How and why we can change the white balance
  • Controlling the color cast
  • Adapting to color temperature
  • Automatic vs manual

File Formats – RAW vs JPEG

  • Image quality guide
  • Which file format is best?
  • Compressed vs Uncompressed
  • Wide dynamic range vs Narrow dynamic range
  • Conversion
  • File size
  • Noise issues

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