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    Hi All...........

    CONVENTIONAL BASIC PHOTOGRAPHY COURSE
    Discover the joy of photography, touted as the world’s most popular hobby. This course is specially designed for film camera users. Students are not required to purchase any cameras until after the first lesson when briefed by the instructor. Beside the basic theory and fundamental knowledge, you will be trained to develop a creative approach to capture images with impact. The modular course enables the students to be well rounded in photographic skills and knowledge in other fields like night, studio, digital and travel. Students will also benefit from the experience from the different instructors in the 7 modules. Upon completion of the course, the students are required to submit a portfolio of 6 pictures for assessment. A course certificate will be issued to students who clear the assessment.
    Duration : 12 weeks, 2 hours per session
    Course Fee : S$144 (member), S$244 (non-member)
    Language : English/Mandarin
    Pre-requisite : None
    Instructors : Edward Cheong, Steven Yee, Goh Kim Hui,
    Jane Chua, Hui Man Yan, Maria Sin, Darren Tong

    Module 1 lesson 1: (Edward)
    Types of cameras (compact, SLR, medium format)
    Digital versus film cameras
    Types of lenses
    What is focal length?
    Film format (35mm, 120 and sheet)
    Types of film (slides, negatives and B/W)

    Module 1 lesson 2: (Edward)
    What is Shutter speed?
    What is aperture?
    What is exposure?
    Types of metering system
    Focusing
    Depth of field
    Composition (Rule of thirds)
    Patterns

    Module 2 lesson 1: (Steven Yee)
    Revision on Module 1 Lesson 2

    Module 2 lesson 2: (Steven Yee)
    What is your objectives in photography?
    Titles in photography
    Techniques (panning, use of frame, differential focusing, backlight, silhoutte)

    Module 2 Lesson 3: (Steven Yee)
    Outing

    Module 2 Lesson 4: (Steven Yee)
    Branches/specialisation in photography
    Mounting for assessment
    Flashlight basics
    Filters
    Types of paper

    Module 3 Lesson 1: (Darren Tong)
    Darkroom equipment and setup
    Types of paper
    Film processing demonstration

    Module 3 Lesson 2: (Maria Sin)
    Demonstration to printing
    test strip
    Burning and dodging

    Module 4: (Hui Man Yan)
    Travel and Creative Photography
    The art of seeing
    Things to note for travel

    Module 5: (Jane Chua)
    Studio photography
    Use of reflectors
    Studio equipment and setup
    Types of lighting techniques

    Module 6: (Goh Kim Hui)
    Night Photography outing

    Module 7: (Goh Kim Hui)
    Introduction to Digital Photography
    Pixels
    enhancement software

    Interested> Do drop us an e-mail at pss1950@singnet.com.sg to enquire.

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    Hi,
    I refer to the above course. The fee structure is different for member and non-member. May I know what do you mean by member? How can you be a member and save $100?

    Thanks

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    Register at PSS at Selegie, $80 for 2 years if not wrong (now promotion?). Worth the money and can join their activities.

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    Quote Originally Posted by sgdavid
    Hi,
    I refer to the above course. The fee structure is different for member and non-member. May I know what do you mean by member? How can you be a member and save $100?

    Thanks
    Hei...
    Members would be $80 for 2 years....and u get discounts at outlets too besides discounts in photography classes.....

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    Hei all....
    This class definitely starting on 14 March 2005...........

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