#1 ArtMaster - ART of fine ART photography - Recording
This is a recording. Link to view this video will be emailed once the class is booked
In this hour long session you will understand how to move your images up into the ART category. You will also understand when "ART" creeps into fineART photography & how it is different from documentary photography. Learn how to see and capture using your ARTistic eye. Even helpful for decorating your own house by choosing from your own images.
PLEASE NOTE THE PRICE IS INCLUSIVE OF ALL TAXES
What to expect from us and how it will help you?
Sriharsha Ganjam is the founder of ArtBuRt. A fineART nature photographer for 15 + years. He has been actively selling his creations as works of art for the last 6 years. Over the course of this time he has sold more than 40 images from his personal portfolio. He has also guided and helped multiple photographers sell their fineart images for the first time through ArtBuRt. He has his images displayed on the walls of some prestigious institutions like Goldman Sachs corporate office, Canara Bank head office & The Taj Hotels in New Delhi & Kolkata to name a few.
Most photographers often ignore the possibility of monetising their photographic creations or are intimidated with the prospects of pitching their images for sale. After guiding and helping multiple photographers, he is now bringing out his learnings for the first time through a series of 5 live classes that have been specially built to help you SELL. These classes will help you overcome this fear and uncertainty by teaching you the tactics to curate, present and price your images right.
after I register online Harsha called me impromptu & explained about the course. I was delighted!
This Introduction course was well conducted with Timeliness, professional slide deck. Harsha's narration was smooth flow with appropriate examples. He gave sufficient time for interaction & kept it engaging. Got introduced to the concept of what is Artistic Photographs & why patron would buy it.
Small nit - Light on Harsha wasn't enough, most part of the video he was appearing in shadows. Video quality (his) wasn't great, not sure whether my Jiofiber connection problem. PPT was displayed neatly. Audio was good.
Could consider doing one exercise with participants with their photo to examine the concept discussed.