Total price is ₹999

Cost of the workshop : 999.00

Bookings close on : 5 Nov 2020


Schedule : 7 Nov 2020 @ 6 PM Onwards

Gurpreet Gulati

Gurpreet is a professional with bachelor’s degree in Engineering and MBA, followed by his passion and has worked in the sphere of training and photography for more than 14 Years. Gurpreet has a rich experience in technical and behavior training before he shifted his focus towards conducting photography workshops – a unique mix of left and right brain thinking.
As a professional coach, he has a unique way of training with guaranteed long term retention. His students range from students exploring photography as a hobby to corporates who are looking for a dash of creativity in their teams. Well versed with photography and videography, Gurpreet has participated in many new age photography competitions with great accolades.

Workshop Highlights

As photographers, we have a lot of tools available to us: compositional rules, lighting knowledge, the exposure triangle, and so on. Color is just another one of those tools. Knowing and understanding color theory — the way painters, designers, and artists of all trades do — a photographer can utilize color to their benefit.

Gear up for an immersive online session for strengthening your fundamentals with a mentor as good as Gurpreet Gulati and experience yourself into understanding colours. The class starts with the basics but moves into the wide range of possibilities you have at hand and most importantly, the practical techniques that you can use to bring out the best in photography without the thought being application of colours.

Understanding Colours


Choosing the right colour settings for the shoot

White Balance.

Impact of colours with different lighting setup.

Career Guidance

What is Unique

Strengthening the fundamentals in Colour theory

Key elements of Colours and its impact on subjects

Using color combinations to bring out your story

Practical applications through post processing

Colors and storytelling

Tips and Tricks to capture the right RGB mix