Workshops/Events

Digital Photography Course

Camera Photography Course

Course Description:

A favorite digital photography course for Beginners that is fun, innovative and inspiring. If you have a video camera and are dealing with the settings, then we will teach you how to use and comprehend them.

Our workshops also have the luxury of some Canon and Nikon DSLR body camera and lenses for you to borrow. Free of Charge, so if you are aiming to “Try before you Buy” or if you are upgrading your equipment, and wish to see exactly what another lens might do for your photography, this is the ideal opportunity.

We have a useful technique for teaching photographic and technical skills and will show you how to find the joy of using the camera in its manual settings. By the end of the day, you will feel great and know the pictures you are taking are not by luck however by your judgment and ability.

The groups are small with no more than 10 trainees with two tutors.

Course Duration and Target Date: 
20 Hours for six sessions
Next Month,  2nd Week

Technology Requirements:
Digital Camera –  any cam will do however we focus mostly on DSLR’s so that you can alter the shutter speed and aperture settings.
Editing Software – software such as Adobe Lightroom, Adobe Photoshop, Gimp, Etc
Tripod – To help your cam focus much better. Therefore, you do not have to worry about shaking.
Video camera Lens – Most DSLR’s included a set lens of 18-55mm, this work great.
Micro SD and SD Card Reader – to quickly and more effectively move pictures from your cam to your computer system.

By the end of the Digital Photography course, trainees will have the ability to:

  • Your DLSR cam functions
  • Manual Settings
  • ISO
  • Composition
  • Aperture
  • Shutter Speed
  • What lenses to pick and how to use them
  • How to work with natural light and room light
Basic Writing Course

Writing Course Workshop

In this course, trainees to take duty for the concepts they discover as authors– ideas that take place through engaging with a variety of products in independent research and considering how one’s own viewpoints contribute to those of an ongoing conversation. The course often puts trainees at the center of their own discourse, challenging them to find and reveal their own concepts and to make their ideas persuading or compelling to others.

Course Duration and Target Date: 
10 Hours for four sessions
December, 1st Week

By the end of Basic Writing Course, trainees will have the ability to:

  • use correctly, with reasonable success, mechanical aspects of writing, such as spelling, capitalization, punctuation, homonyms, possessives, and basic contract; and recognize and learn how to avoid writing mistakes, such as comma splices, run-ons, and pieces;
  • articulate the rhetorical choices they have made, illustrating their awareness of an author’s relationship to the subject, context, purpose, and audience;
  • provide suitable, engaged feedback to peers throughout the writing procedure;
  • produce writing in non-fiction, inquiry-based genres appropriate to the subject, context, function, and audience;
  • revising, and lastly proofreading/editing.