Sunday, August 30, 2009

Photography Participant in Patan

Klaus Stafto having fun discovering lots wonderful options and possibilities in his toy (Nikon D300).

Reflection on a brass plate engraved 'Patan Museum' amuses Sarmila Manandhar.

Dhiraj Shrestha not just love to be a stylish guy but also love to take picture in STYLE.

Rahul Muni Bajracharya exploring Cannon's legendary lens.

Mamata Ojha trying to reflect reality.

Shoot left Anubhav and shoot right Manjil Ghimire while Dr. Claus is busy talking to Uttam.

Dr. Rudiger Claus with participants at Patan Darbar Square.

Wednesday, August 26, 2009

Seminar on Photojournalism for Beginners Begins.

Executive member Ananda Shrestha welcoming Dr. Rudiger Claus in the formal program. Photo: Narendra Shrestha.

After a short formal opening session 10 days long seminar for beginners: photography Training begins this morning in Nepal Forum of Environmental Journalists (NEFEJ. Dr. Rudiger Claus, Director of International Institute of Journalism, Berlin-Brandenburg, (IIJB) Germany along with other senior Nepalese Photojournalist. There are 15 participants from different media houses and other several organization. Training is jointly organized by Media Training Center (MTC)NEFEJ and IIJB.

Participants introducing before the seminar starts.

Seminar will go on till 7th of September 2009 and participant will learn basics of photojournalism and how to master the tool they have to click better picture with a clear message. Without a doubt this seminar will help these budding photographer to know photography in a digital way and know the genre of photojournalism.

The Seminar/Training is sponsored by Rosa Luxembourg Foundation (RSL).

Monday, August 10, 2009

Clicking Babies

If any photographic situation calls for a greater degree of sensitivity than usual, it is when photographing babies. Here are some pictures I took yesterday evening of my 17 hours old nephew.

Warning: Using direct flash light to photographs babies it too risky job because light that emit by camera flash or additional flash is too harsh for babies delicate eyes and could easily damage their eyes permanently. So NEVER EVER use direct flash light to photographs infant. Try to shoot with available light, perhaps daylight coming through a window balanced on the shadow side by using reflector.

It is a incredible moment for me to see 'this will' of my 17 hours old nephew, who is summing up strength to lift his head to look who clicking his photos. While photographing babies and children always look out for such special moment when they glance at you and give million dollar expression.

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