Six Months : Professional Diploma in Photography
Bonus Module : Cinematography (Adobe Premiere Pro Included)
Duration Six Months
*Two Bonus Modules Cinematography & Adobe Premiere Pro
Photography is the most sought after creative profession across the world & this Diploma exposes the Photography Aspirants to Various Genre of Photography like Street, Fashion, Wedding, Candid, Portrait, Product, Landscape and Architectural. This is high action packed course where you would be taught from absolute basics to most advance concepts. You would be exposed to Basics, Foundation, Advance & Professional level concepts with exposure to Studio lighting so that you can start taking assignments after finishing this course. You are provided with additional workshops in Fashion, Product, Street, Candid, and Portrait Photography to build your portfolio. Additionally students would be taught post processing softwares like Photoshop, Lightroom & Camera raw. Along with photography, you would be additionally, taught in Cinematography as well as Video Editing.
What after the Course ?
There is no doubt that opportunities are all time HIGH in the field of Photography and editing but SKILLED MANPOWER is definitely an issue in INDIA. TWFS & DIFM are two photography schools which are committed to bring best of the talent form national & International Faculties so that you learn World Class Photography skills for Future. There is no other single course in the INDIAN market which can prepare for you such variety of job profile and hence better chances of getting Assignments & Jobs.
After Successful completion of this course : You can find Jobs & Assignments as
Event Photographer in Event Management Companies.
Fashion Photographer in Advertising Agencies.
Independent Fashion Photography Company.
Freelance Product Photographer.
Candid Wedding Photographer as Freelancer.
Independent Wedding Photography Company.
Still Editor in a Company.
Freelancer Still Editor.
Wedding Still Editor & Album Designer.
Cinematographer for Corporate Shoots.
Cinematographer for Wedding Shoots.
Cinematic Video Editor.
You can open your Studio or Production House.
Detailed Course Content
What is Photography
Types of Digital Camera
Digital Camera understanding
Camera Components and concepts
Understanding Digital Image Sensor
Camera Parts and accessories
Right posture & techniques for photography
Kit lenses V/s Other Lenses
Native ISO/ Base ISO/Amplified ISO
Autofocus Points & Cross Type Autofocus Points
Overexposure Vs Underexposure
What are Details in a Photograph
What is Bokeh : Synthetic & Gaussian
What are technical & Creative skills
Subject, Background & Foreground
What is Depth Of field
Deep depth of field
Shallow depth of field
Autofocus, Manual Focus and Focal Length
Different Sensor Sizes Comparisons
Angle of View & Image Plane
Crop Sensor V/s Fill Frame Sensor
How to select right camera for Job
DSLR Camera : Mirror V/s Mirrorless
Creative Fun Techniques
Long Exposure Photography
High Speed Photography
Non Creative Modes
One-Shot AF (Canon) / AF-S (Nikon)
AI Servo AF (Canon) / AF-C (Nikon
AI Focus AF (Canon) / AF-A (Nikon)
How to Install Lenses on Canon, Nikon & Sony
UV & ND Filters
Cameras Lenses and Selection Criteria
How to Read Lens Information
Cheat sheet to read any Camera Model & Lenses
Types of lenses
Wide Angle Lenses
Fish Eye Lens
Telephoto Zoom Lenses
Creative perspective in weddings through lenses
Popular Lenses in Wedding As well Fashion Photogrpahy
Framing and Composition
Rules of third
Selective focus and depth of field
Fill the frame
Tripod and accessories
Light Stand & umbrella bracket
Diffuser and Reflectors (see through Umbrellas and reflected surface)
Batteries & Charger
Card reader / HDD (usb 3.0)
DSLR Camera bag
Matrix or Zone Metering
Center Weighted Metering
How to Read a Histogram
Highlights and Burn Out Highlights / Overexposure
Shadows & Underexposure
Midtones and Details
What is White Balance
Color Wheel Example
How to get Right Skin tones & Colors
Warm V/s Cool Colors
How to Correct White balance
Choosing right White balance preset
Custom White balance
Adjustment of Kelvin Scale to get right white balance
What is Camera Raw File
RAW V/s JPEG
Lighting Basics and Fundamentals
Natural Light Sources and Manipulation
Photography in Favor & Against the sun
Hard Light V/s Soft Light
Diffused V/s Non Diffused Lighting
How to achieve Soft Light
Golden Hour Rule
Three Lighting Setup
Key or main Light
Fashion Lighting Basics & Techniques
Single Lighting Setup
Split Lighting Hard V/s Soft Variation
Mid Length Lighting Setup
Full Length Lighting Setup
Use of Reflector & Diffuser
Use of Light Modifiers
Different makes and Comparisons
Functions of Elinchrom FRX 400
How to set up a Studio on Budget
Speedlite in Weddings
Speedlite for different results
Manual V/s TTL Flashes
Functions of Speedlite
DSLR for Videos
Introduction to DSLR camera and their contribution to weddings cinematography
How to select right camera for your event
Traditional Video camera VS DSLR
Limitations of DSLR
Advantage of DSLR for video over other camera
What is a truly Cinematic look for wedding videos
Workflow of creating stunning Cinematic Wedding videos
Best video setting for wedding videos
Cinematography Basics and Shots compositions
Capturing Emotions and story!
Rule of Thirds
180 degree rule
Mid, Wide, Long, close, OS shot types
Significance of different types of shots.
How to decide the composition for videos ?
Depth of field and its application
Essential Gears for Pro Wedding Cinematography
How to bring cinematic motion in your shots?
Stabilization through Tripod and Monopod
Adding beautiful motion by Sliders & Steadicam
Tips and Tricks of bringing motion by Tripod and Monopod
How to focus while moving the camera?
Taking fast shooting decisions in sudden situations
Find right spot to start capturing Videos
How to capture keeping “edit” in Mind
Developing the perspective
Lighting For Cinematic Video
How to take advantage of ambient light in Weddings
How to prepare for a darker area and camera settings
Use and selection of right Video Lights
Use of LED lights for Pro video
Make sure what to capture
Editing Cinematic Video – Work flow – Module one
Tips on data management
Technical aspects of different memory cards
Hard disks and data transfer
How to start a new project in Adobe Premiere pro
Setting the time line
Importing all relevant data
Introduction to editing panel
Working with Video Files
Editing tools in Adobe Premiere pro
Editing Cinematic Video – Work flow – Module Two
Adding the background score
How to edit slow motion, fast motion and Jump cuts
Essential Video Effects for the cinematic look
Learning the Video transition
Learning the Sound effects and Transitions
Importing pictures from Adobe Photoshop
Making stunning titles for presentation
Integration with Photoshop to build splendid Titles.
Editing Videos via Keyframes
Exporting final video with best settings