IPA Street Photography Workshop 12–13th November, 2011

IPA Craft & Tools, IPA Workshops, Street Photography 13 Comments

12–13th November, 2011

An extensive 2 day workshop designed and produced by Invisible Photographer Asia for intermediate photographers who want to appreciate and explore street photography, develop their own skills, and begin their journey as a street photographer.

The 2 day (16 hours) course will cover:
  • An introduction to Street Photography
  • A brief history
  • Contemporary Street Photography
  • Tools, techniques and tips
  • Extensive practical photography out on Singapore streets
  • Image critique and review
Workshop Requirements
  • Intermediate photography skills – you know how to take pictures.
  • A digital camera with a 35mm focal length lens. You may use a 50mm to 20mm lens (nothing longer or wider), but we strongly recommend a 35mm.
  • A laptop with photo-editing software.
  • Comfortable shoes & a good dose of curiosity.
Workshop Details:

Date: Saturday 12th – Sunday 13th November 2011
Duration: 2 Days/16 hours (8hours/Day)
Workshop Venue: IPA Gallery, 77 South Bridge Road #02-01 Singapore 058707
Instructor: Kevin WY Lee (www.kevinwylee.com)
Fees: SGD$450

Limited workshop spots available.

To reserve your place, please purchase a spot at the IPA Store:

Payment can also be made in cash at the IPA Gallery.

Further workshop details & schedules will be furnished to confirmed participants. For more information, please contact us with an email to [email protected]

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Comments 13

  1. Hi .. My name is Susan, I’m from Indonesia and I’m interesting to join your IPA Street Photography Workshop. I just want to make sure that the date already confirm.

    Once it’s confirm I’ll reserve my airplane ticket and pay for the workshop.

    Thank you and I’m looking forward to hear from you …

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