This two-day intensive workshop will enable participants to step back and explore why they take photos, what are the memories they want to capture and how they can use them to tell their own story.
Rather than simply focusing on the technology and technique, we will attempt to explore how we can produce images that emote and evoke feelings within ourselves and the viewers of our work. Over the two days, we will explore ways to use the fundamentals of photography: focus, exposure, framing and composition to produce a small photo story.
Simply put this workshop is an invitation for all participants to find their own unique photographic voice.
Date: 2nd & 3rd November
Time: 11 am to 4.30 pm
Venue: Project Mynt XLC 2 (Vasant Vihar)
About the Mentor
Raghav Pasricha is a New Delhi-based photographer whose work spans many genres including documentary, product, architectural and event photography. His ability to look at wedding photography with a documentary lens is distinctive and has led to important commissions from leading industrialists and business families in India. With an MPhil in visual anthropology from the Department of Sociology, Delhi School of Economics, Delhi University, Raghav brings his academic credentials to his photographic practice.
His paper Photographing Climate Change: Constructing an Imagination (2013) won critical acclaim in academic circles in India.