INR 1,50,000/- Inclusive tax
Weekdays or Weekends
Chennai's Visualite Academy Offers Six Months Diploma in Professional Photography course, affiliated to the Council for Vocational Education and Skill Development (CVESD) Licensed from the Ministry of Corporate Affairs, Government of India.
This course is offered in a variety of offline regular batches, including weekdays, weekends, and morning and evening shifts. We also provide the course in a live online format, which is ideal for NRIs and those who cannot afford to travel great distances. For those who require or prefer one-on-one attention, one-on-one sessions are offered upon request. Timings and schedules can be adjusted because this course is available in multiple batches.
Anyone with little or no knowledge can benefit since we teach the fundamentals. Students from engineering and arts and science colleges can take this course concurrently to improve their photography skills. For individuals who can only attend lessons on Sundays, we offer the best part-time cinematography course as Sunday sessions.
Are there any requirements for professional photography services? Then you are at the right place. We offer Professional Photography services for various types of events and shoots apart from Photography courses. We have one of the best Professional Photographers who are young blooded and talented in many ways.
|Course Name||Professional Photography Course|
|Course Duration||Six Months|
|Batches||Weekdays or Weekends|
|Shifts||Morning or Evening Shifts|
|Mode Of Instruction||Online or Offline|
|Eligibility Criteria||Should have completed school level 8th standard and above|
|INR 1,50,000/- Inclusive tax
|INR 1,75,000/- Inclusive tax (with 100% Placement)
|Average Salary Package||3 Lakhs To 7 Lakhs Per Annum|
Photography is the Art, Science, and Practice of Making Long-Lasting Images By Recording Light, Either Electronically with an Image Sensor or Chemically Using a Light-Sensitive Media Like Photographic Film. Photography Is The Outcome Of Various Technical Breakthroughs In The Areas Of Perceiving And Capturing Images.
There are Many People Who Own Professional Cameras and Claim To Be Professional Photographers, But There are Techniques To Distinguish A Professional Photographer Among Amateurs In This Industry, Just As There Are In Any Other. The Following Characteristics Can Be Found In A Professional Photographer.
Has A Website Or Blog: If You Want To Be Recognised As A Professional Photographer, You Must Make Your Work Available To The Public. Although Facebook, Instagram, And Pinterest Are Excellent Platforms For Showcasing Your Work, They Should Only Be Used To Bring Visitors To Your Website And Not As A Location To Display Your Full Portfolio. Having A Blog Or A Website Enhances The Professionalism Of Your Job.
Post A Wide Range Of Genres: On Your Website Or Blog, Provide A Range Of Genres. Even If You Have a Speciality, Strive To Include At Least Six Photographs For Each Other Category So That People Can See That You Can Shoot Other Things And That They Can See What You Shoot. This Also Makes Your Website Or Blog More Visually Appealing And Colourful.
Make Your Niche Obvious: Your Blog Or Website Should Clearly State Your Niche. It Should Be Constructed In Such a Manner That Your Specialty Stands Out From The Rest Of The Genres, And The Photographs For Your Particular Specialisation In Photography Should Be More Numerous.
Charge For Your Services: Many Photographers Provide Their Services For Free To Their Friends, Relatives, Neighbours, And Acquaintances. It's Not A Good Idea. Photography Is A Career, Just Like Any Other. As A Result, Set A Cost For Your Services. Charge A Price, Even If It Is A Modest One. This Adds A Lot Of Value To Your Job. After All, "If You Are Good At Something, Never Do It For Free."
Copyright All Of Your Work: Always Remember To Copyright Your Work; Otherwise, Anyone May Use It Out Of Context, And You'd Lose All Rights To It.
Sign Contracts With Clients: Always Prepare Contracts And Get Them Signed By Your Clients To Ensure That Everyone Understands What Is Expected Of Them. There's Always This Contract To Fall Back On If Something Goes Wrong Later.