Welcome to Photography Courses and Classes Online. If you are interested and want to learn photography, you can get started with our free online courses.
Our courses will surely help you!
+ It's FREE
- Takes time to learn, no deadline, might take years.
- Fragmented, in bits and pieces
- No complete picture / holistic perspective.
- No one to guide/correct your mistakes and evaluate your work
- No certificate
Register for the FREE sessions!
With very nominal charges, you can do our paid HYBRID sessions.
They are -
+ Well structured
+ Support of a Mentor for any guidance.
+ Proven results within a timeline.
+ Physical meet in select cities (currently in Mumbai, Pune, Hyderabad)
+ Live Zoom sessions for Q and A
+ Lifetime access
For more serious and committed people -
For undivided attention and very quick learning at your convenient time.
For everyone who wants to take great pictures with dSLR or Mobile Phone.
Making it flexible yet effective...
Our HYBRID model is a mix of online, LIVE online, and physical sessions to make the most of your time and to give you great value for your money. It is proved to be effective yet flexible.
01. Basics of Photography
For Cellphone and dSLR owners. This course will cover Lighting and Composition, the two most important elements to take a great picture.
02. Advanced Photography
This course will help you with controlling the technical settings on your camera like Shutter, ISO and Aperture. Some phones also have these features.
03. Editing in Adobe Lightroom Classic
This course will help you organise your images and make the most of your images by cooking them well.
No prior experience with the camera required.
NO AGE LIMIT
No age limit - Anyone and everyone can join.
5000 Successful Participants since 2011
More than 5000 students have done these courses and are successful photographers.
LIFETIME ACCESS and SUPPORT
Lifetime support through email, fb and WhatsApp groups.
00 What is Photography
02 Purpose of Photography
03 Which Cameras to Buy
04 How to Hold the Camera
05 Memory Cards
07 DSLRs vs Mirrorless Cameras
08 Parts of a Camera
10 Sensor and Crop Factor
10a Take Care of Camera in Rains
11 Taking Care of Your Camera
12 Career in Photography
13 How to Focus
01 Rule of Thirds
05 Black and White
07 Composition Tips and Tricks
08 Background and Framing
09 Viewpoint and Framing
10 Magic of Light
11 Freezing Actions
12 Telling Visual Stories
13 Reference of Scale
14 How to Take Great Pictures
15 Being Technically Sound
02 Focal Plane
02a Focal Plane
03 Focus - Locking and Recomposing
03 Focus Area Modes
04 Focus - AF Modes
04 Focus - Locking and Recomposing Exercise
04 Focus - Minimum Focusing Distance
04 Focus Factors
04 Focus ManualFocus
04 Focus Mirrorless vs DSLR
05 DepthOfField MindMap
05 Focal Length
06 DOF FocalLength
07 DOF Distance from Subject
08 Relationship Between Focal Lenght and Aperture
09 Shutter Speed
10 ISO Auto 0
10 ISO Auto 1
10 ISO Demo
11 Bulb Mode
11 Manual Mode
15 Lens Specifications
01 Limitations of an Editing Tool
02 RAW vs JPG
03 Editing vs Manupulation.MOV
04 Lightroom vs Photoshop.MOV
05 LR Import Options
06 LR Import Options
07 Basic Overview of Lightroom Interface
08 Choose Where to Store Your Photos
09 Navigating in Library Module
10 Segregating Pictures using Stars and Colours
11 Views in Lightroom
12 Collection and SmartCollection
15 Deleting Files
15 Folder and File Modification
16 Library Filter and Applications
17 Batch Renaming Files
18 Metadata Presets
Bonus - Adobe Lightroom Classic CC Shortcuts
Bonus Tip - Disable Backup Catalog
Bonus Tip - How to Identify and Process Black and White Pictures
Bonus Tip - Sync Between Computers
Bonus Tip Multiple Monitors
Bonus Tip Shooting Tethered
Bonus Tip-How to Decide What to Delete.MOV
BonusTip - More Selected and Less Selected
01 Why is PostProcessingRequired
01 Develop Module Intro
03 Temperature Tint Hostory Snapshot
04 Basic - Exposure Contrast Highlights Shadows Whites Blacks
05 Basic Texture Clarity Dehaze Vibrance Saturation
06 Tone Curve
06a Tone Curve
08 How to Identify and Process Black and White Pictures
08 How to Process Black and White Pictures
09 Color Menu
10 Split Toning
11 Detail - Sharpening and NR
15 Copy Paste Settings or Sync Settings
16 Creating a Virtual Copy
17 Creating a Preset
20 Spot Removal Tool for Portraits
20 Spot Removal Tool
21 Graduated Filter
22 Radial Filter for Eyes
22 Radial Filter
23 Brush Filter
24 Export Options
We do Photowalks in Mumbai, Pune, and Hyderabad where you can meet Ssaurabh other people and learn from them.
Community-based learning both online and offline.Personal 1:1 sessions can be arranged on demand. Contact Ssaurabh for more information at email@example.com
Ssaurabh is the Founder and Chief Educator at SIA Photography. His dream is to See India and to make every Camera-owner a great Photographer.
About the Trainer Ssaurabh Chatterjee
He was awarded
You are right, there is already a lot of free resources available on YouTube.
If you want to learn through trial and error, YouTube is the best, but if you want to take your skills to the next level in a minimum time, it's best to have someone help you.
Is there any local community I can join to take pictures together?
Is there any online help group I can join?
Can I share the course with multiple people?
However, you can gift a course to someone. We also have an Affiliate program and you can earn up to 50% commission for the sale. You can actually recover the cost of the course by referring to two persons. Please get in touch if you want to become an affiliate.
Is a DSLR required for this course?
For Advanced Photography - Yes, you need a camera that has Manual controls (DSLR or mirrorless camera) Some phones also have these features.
For the Lightroom Classic Editing Course - You need a computer with the software installed.
What after this course?
After doing all these three courses, you can get in touch with me, I can guide you on what to do next based on your interest and preference. We take these and many other questions in our LIVE sessions.