The Final Installation
Eric taught us how to use Industry standard software like Abobe Lightroom and later on, how to put together an e-book in Blurb. It was literally excruciating to edit down over 500 photos or more to finally decide on 20 for the project. Some guys had more than 1,000 shots! That’s really slashing off the fat!
Updated 20th January 2012 at 08:37 PM by Dream Merchant
Later on, Eric helped us crystallize the ideas we had into practical and achievable objectives.
Of course, everyone had lots of practice with the Leicas in the Gallery!
A bevy of Leicas!
Updated 21st January 2012 at 04:37 PM by Dream Merchant
It was an exclusive invitation that I could not refuse, even though I was wrecked by fever from food poisoning earlier on in the week!
An eye-opening experience awaited me ... learning from one of the most entertaining and inspirational Masters of Street Photography saw two days of my life as a Professional Photographer very well-spent exploring an entirely different genre!
Updated 20th January 2012 at 05:42 PM by Dream Merchant
... continued from part 1
CJ : How did you get started in doing these street photography workshops?
Eric : Actually, my first workshop was in Beirut, Lebanon. It's crazy!! I had my street photography blog and I did a blog post titled, “101 things I learnt about street photography”, and this just went vial on the web and retweeted over 200 times. A photography director over in Beirut sent me an e-mail and said, “Hey! You're really passionate about teaching, would you like to
Interview with Eric Kim @ Leica Store, Raffles Hotel Arcade 13 Jan 2012
Eric Kim is a street photographer from Los Angeles with a passion in interacting with his subjects, especially getting close to them. Eric was in town to open his “Proximity” exhibition at the Leica Store Gallery and conduct his 2nd street photography workshop in Singapore. I was fortunate enough to spend about 20min with Eric to gain some insights and inspirations on his love for street photography. Eric is a
Updated 17th January 2012 at 03:04 PM by Cactus jACK