A big thank you Talha, Neha, Nahin, Tamana, Nida and Amina from across the British Council’s South Asia offices for all your hard work and unending energy in these last two days…
It was a packed schedule, and we certainly covered a lot of ground…not helped by the British weather unleashing the rain for our practicals, and bursting into sunshine just as time was up!
The workshop: Photography for Multimedia, was run over two half day sessions. Through lecture, discussion, demonstration and practical sessions, participants were trained in fundamental photography skills including light and composition, as well as storytelling in photography. These skills were put into practise during two practicals – the first focused on portraiture and the second on shooting a short feature. The course went on to cover: Directing and Commissioning photography in multimedia and Making the transition from photography to photofilms.
It was very exciting to see what the participants achieved – having arrived with little to no experience in photography bar taking snaps for fun and leaving at the end of the course having shot and edited a short photostory..here they are in action!
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