Monsoon Photography Workshop


Photo: Manish Paudel

Photo: Manish Paudel

This 5-day photography workshop is designed for beginners who want to learn how to operate their cameras properly and make interesting pictures about life around them. The workshop will be a mix of in-class lectures and practical shooting exercises.

• Each participant must have his or her own camera.
• The workshop will be based on compact camera and/or DSLR functions.
• The workshop will be open to a maximum of 15 participants.
• The workshop fee does not include meals.
• Participants must be prepared to work hard throughout the workshop and spend more than 3-4 hours shooting each day!

Workshop will cover the following topics;
• Introduction + history of photography
• Getting to know your camera
• Understanding Exposure (Aperture, Shutter speed and ISO)
• Composition and content
• Visual styles and Master photographers
• Basic street + portrait photography

​9 – 13 July 2015
​10 am to 12 pm
Sanskriti Space, 3 Number Galli, Birgunj (Location map)
Rs. 500 only (​scholarships available)

To apply, please submit the following;
Application form
• Send 10 of your strongest images.
• Please email your applications to with the subject line ‘Monsoon Photography Workshop Application’
• Application deadline 5 pm, ​7 July 2015

About the tutor
Prasiit Sthapit (1988) is a Kathmandu-based photographer/videographer  whose work deals with societies at the borderline. He graduated from Manipal Institute of Communication, India with Bachelors in Arts (Journalism and Communication) and was the recipient of the Dr. TMA Pai Gold Medal for Best Outgoing Student, 2010. He also received an Honorable Mention in the New Generation Prize in the Photographic Museum of Humanity Grant 2014. His work has been exhibited in numerous exhibitions and published in photo journals and magazines around Europe and Asia.He is associated with Fuzz Factory Productions, a multimedia collective and has also been a part of, an organization working towards building a strong community of visual storytellers in Nepal.

For questions and/or further information please contact, Manish 9845092943

In association with Sanskriti