29th June 2005, 11:16 PM
OBJECTIFS July workshops, exhibitions and a charity screening...
Just spreading the word...
Limited spots left for the following workshops beginning in July! Do visit our website www.objectifs.com.sg for more details or to register.
1. DOCUMENTARY PHOTOGRAPHY
Find your personal photographic vision and learn about developing story ideas, editing, sequencing images and enhancing technical and visual skills essential to the story. Photojournalist Bryan van der Beek will also discuss issues like shooting under pressure and gaining access to people and the community. Workshop begins Jul 5.
2. BLACK & WHITE PHOTOGRAPHY I
Mary-ann Teo, an experienced black & white photographer, will introduce students to the fundamentals of black & white photography, including darkroom techniques and the appreciation of black & white works. Participants will learn about shooting black & white, analysing negatives, making contact prints and finally printing and presentation. Workshop begins Jul 6.
3. STUDIO PHOTOGRAPHY I
Develop a grounding in practical lighting applications through hands-on shoots and demonstrations with tungsten lights, studio flash and available light. Portrait and commercial photographer, Tan Ngiap Heng, will also share with students how to stage a portrait setting and work with models to develop familiarity with studio lighting. Workshop begins Jul 19.
4. DIGITAL SHOOTING I
Struggling to capture images with more impact on your digital camera? Digital guru, Chris Yap, will cover the different aspects of travel photography and shooting in urban spaces over 2 different field trips to Little India and the Central Business District. Both workshops wrap up with a review and critique session back at Objectifs. Workshop runs on Jul 16 or Jul 23.
5. DIGITAL FILMMAKING
Aspiring to make your own short film? Learn both the creative and technical aspects of filmmaking in this workshop - from scriptwriting, cinematography, lighting, sound to editing in this course. Students will produce their own short film under the guidance of award-winning filmmaker, Sun Koh, using a prosumer digital video camera and Final Cut Express editing software provided by Objectifs. Workshop begins Jul 13.
:: Shooting Home Class of 2004 Reunion Show ::
Extended viewing dates at The Arts House. Images by the 10 photographers will be up till July 4, daily 10am to 10pm.
:: Sinfully Lomo: PhotoSINthesis::
Come view the results of our call for lomographic interpretations of the Seven Deadly Sins. Featuring the works of “Dim Sum Dolly” Emma Yong, fashion designer Jonathan Seow from Woods & Woods, independent filmmaker Royston Tan, WORK'S creative director Theseus Chan, Zouk’s resident DJ Brendon P, pop artist and painter David Chan, local indie rock band Electrico and other sinful Lomographers. Sinning at Objectifs till Jul 22, Mon to Fri 11am to 7pm, Sat 1 to 5pm.
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THE BERTRAND LEE APPEAL FILM SCREENING
Early this year, a young and upcoming film director called Bertrand Lee met with a serious accident, resulting in the amputation of his left leg, while on a filming assignment in India. To help Bertrand, a group of concerned individuals in the local film community, have gotten together to launch an appeal effort ("The Bertrand Lee Appeal") to raise funds to meet the medical expenses as well as for his long-term rehabilitation needs.
As part of the appeal efforts, a film screening showcasing two of Bertrand's award-winning short films, TRISHAW and BIRTHDAY, is being held on Tue 5 July 2005, 9.00pm at GV Grand, Great World City. All proceeds from the screening will go towards the appeal, and we look forward to your generous support of the event.
Venue: GV Grand, Great World City
Date & Time: Tue 5 July 2005, 9.00pm
Tickets: $25; $50; $100
Duration: 45 minutes (approximate)
Tickets are available at The Substation or at the door on screening day. For more information, visit www.objectifs.com.sg/events/index.htm .