Today we had the first workshop at the Muscat Grand Mosque. And i believe it went very well. The candidates arrived at my place around 3PM. We had a quick presentation on basic of photography, I quickly went through the exposure triangle (ISO, Shutter and Aperture) and how the relate each other and what they do.
Than we discuss the software Lightroom and how one can go about editing their photo using this powerful software. AT around five oclock, we all were set to go to the Mosque, we hoped into my car, everyone brought their Cameras and Tripod. We arrived at the mosque around 5:15pm, we scouted the area, and every candidate chose their angle and claimed their spot. They all set the camera, I was there guiding them the correct settings and composition. Once around the blue hour time, they start taking photos.
We were done around 7:00pm, we than all went back to my place, download their RAW photos, and individually we edited the photo using Lightroom and at the same time showing them how lightroom works again and the various ways and means of using it to bring the photos back to life. Once all the photos were touched up to their liking. The candidates went ahead and had snacks while I went and print the photos using my professional printer (Canon Pro 9500) and printed their photo (Size: 10×8″)
And thats it, below are the results.
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