Photography buffs and camera enthusiasts will be thrilled to know that Leica Singapore will be conducting two photography workshops by it's resident photographers in 2013.
After their successful photography exhibition at the Ion Art gallery in November, Mathias Heng and Ivanho Harlim will each be conducting a photography workshops at Leica Store at Raffles Hotel Arcade, in January and February 2013.
The Art of Seeing and Way of Approach is an intermediate workshop, suitable for photographers who are hobbyists looking to progress further.
“In “The Art of Seeing and Way of Approach”, participants can expect to learn how to read light and seek different angles to make an interesting image out of the ordinary. Additionally, they will learn how to look at details and frame their shots in a unique manner. Taking images of strangers at close proximity is also a challenge for most budding photographers, so Mathias will impart knowledge on how to make your subject feel comfortable, and ultimately build confidence in making better photographs.”
The workshop will be held on the 26th January at the Leica Store at Raffle Hotel Arcade. Click here for more details and to register for the course.
While From Concept to Shoot: Fashion Photography with Ivanho Harlim is an advance course which requires a digital single-lens reflex cameras (also named digital SLR or DSLR) .
“Fashion photographer Ivanho Harlim has shot countless campaigns for major brands and magazines over the years. Creating the perfect shot that depicts the look of a brand or clothing is no stranger to him. Now, Ivanho will unveil the secrets to his images, and teach participants how to create not just a photograph, but conceptualize a look and mood for a shot.
Participants can look forward to working with Leica’s S system and top-end Briese studio lightings in a professional setting. The workshop will include a studio shoot with models.”
The workshop will be held on the 2nd February at the Leica Store at Raffles Hotel Arcade. Click here for more details and to register for the course.
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