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    I am a beginner and have just attended the workshop this week.

    Although I have read the whole manual before the workshop, I still found it very useful and my money well spent. A lot of practical tips and hands on during the 3 hours session.

    Steven is there early. So he did not earn that much for the almost 4 hours he spent there.

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    Quote Originally Posted by tommon
    Why do people wanna pay for classes like these, $20 is a rip off. You mean I pay $20 to have you read the amnual for me and tell me what I can do with my camera? Come on, I can do that a over a cup of tea and some makan (a bowl of noddles or chicken rice) and get to keep a new friend.

    Just thick about it $20 x 20 = $400 for the "instructor" to earn wow easy money man. I smell something fishy or maybe a rat. Anyway the class size is too big for any proper instruction.

    Just my view, please DO TAKE OFFENCE, I'm offended.

    $20 rip off?
    How about private sch that conducts lesson for 1 subjects???
    teaching in a grp of class is not easy, need to prepare materials etc......

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    hahahahaha.

    I only knew about this thread today.

    Anyway, participants who went for the workshop knew that I did not spend the 3 hours reading from the manual. Who will be crazy enough to do this? I have got better things to do instead of spoiling my reputation. Crazy!

    My objective for the workshop is to share with the participants on how to maximise the capability of the D70/D70s camera to take decent and good images. The essential features of the camera will be highlighted, with hands-on approach. So far, majority, if not all the participants, have enjoyed the session.

    It will be really unfair to me if someone who has not attended the workshop to make such sweeping comments. Anyway, I am used to such stunts in clubsnap. I will just take it with a pinch of salt. As Confucius said: "One rice breeds a hundred men".

    Thanks to those who vouch for me. Wishing you good health and happiness.

    Life is short. I believe in Karma. So far, I am enjoying myself sharing with my participants. As we shoot more and more, I also realise that there will always be someone better than anyone. No harm sharing.

    Oh yes, do drop by Suntec city level 3 foyer for Photo & Imaging Asia. I have got an exhibition there till 4th Sept.

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    Oh yes, I have also revised my website.You can enter my website via the following links:

    www.stevenyeephotography.com
    www.fotopassion.com
    www.sandvenimage.com

    I hope you will enjoy viewing the images.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Steven Yee
    Oh yes, do drop by Suntec city level 3 foyer for Photo & Imaging Asia. I have got an exhibition there till 4th Sept.
    Hmm I dropped by yesterday, but I didn't see you. Only saw a few familiar PSS faces that's about it

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    Quote Originally Posted by tommon
    Why do people wanna pay for classes like these, $20 is a rip off. You mean I pay $20 to have you read the amnual for me and tell me what I can do with my camera? Come on, I can do that a over a cup of tea and some makan (a bowl of noddles or chicken rice) and get to keep a new friend.

    Just thick about it $20 x 20 = $400 for the "instructor" to earn wow easy money man. I smell something fishy or maybe a rat. Anyway the class size is too big for any proper instruction.

    Just my view, please DO TAKE OFFENCE, I'm offended.

    I don't really think it is a rip off. Some people just can't fully understand the manual and fully comprehend what it says. It would be also be worthwhile to know the full functions and perhaps the strong and weak point of the camera, how to use it more effectively, these are not written in the manual. There is a thread as stated below :

    http://forums.clubsnap.org/showthread.php?t=124941

    A guy with a Kodak DCS760 actually thought it is a 18 Megapixel Camera, when in fact it is just a 6 MP camera which produces 18 Megabytes file. I would defintely recommend this person to go for such a class if he happens to have a D70s.

    Don't you think so, Tommon?

    Please DO NOT take offence, I am only speaking the true ;P.

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    Quote Originally Posted by blurblock
    I don't really think it is a rip off. Some people just can't fully understand the manual and fully comprehend what it says. It would be also be worthwhile to know the full functions and perhaps the strong and weak point of the camera, how to use it more effectively, these are not written in the manual. There is a thread as stated below :

    http://forums.clubsnap.org/showthread.php?t=124941

    A guy with a Kodak DCS760 actually thought it is a 18 Megapixel Camera, when in fact it is just a 6 MP camera which produces 18 Megabytes file. I would defintely recommend this person to go for such a class if he happens to have a D70s.

    Don't you think so, Tommon?

    Please DO NOT take offence, I am only speaking the true ;P.
    nice one blurblock

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    Quote Originally Posted by espn
    Hmm I dropped by yesterday, but I didn't see you. Only saw a few familiar PSS faces that's about it
    Sori....I can hardly breathe. Got photography visitors from Philippines and Malaysia. Also have to wrap up the Singapore International Salon. Also this Photo & Imaging Asia thingy.

    BUT, I enjoy the process.

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    Quote Originally Posted by tommon
    Why do people wanna pay for classes like these, $20 is a rip off. You mean I pay $20 to have you read the amnual for me and tell me what I can do with my camera? Come on, I can do that a over a cup of tea and some makan (a bowl of noddles or chicken rice) and get to keep a new friend.

    Just thick about it $20 x 20 = $400 for the "instructor" to earn wow easy money man. I smell something fishy or maybe a rat. Anyway the class size is too big for any proper instruction.

    Just my view, please DO TAKE OFFENCE, I'm offended.
    I do not know Steven Yee.

    But I am greatly offended by your unwarranted statements on Steven's workshops on the D70.

    I do not need to go into details. But I strongly advise you to be more circumpsect in your writings. I was once amused and entertained by your writings. But increasingly I find your bladderings a real annoyance and a disservice to this community.

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    Where's the nearest low rate parking around there?
    Find me at Claudia.sg and I work at 24seven

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    Interested to attend but all the Sep date out for me.
    Waitting for Oct date..

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    Quote Originally Posted by illustrious
    Where's the nearest low rate parking around there?
    Can try and park along princep street (HDB parking) or Sunshine plaza....

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    HI all..........

    Do take note the changes for workshops

    D70/D70s Workshop
    Date: 18 Sep 2005 (Sun)
    Time: 2-5pm
    Cost: $20 per person

    D50 Workshop
    Date: 25 Sep 2005(Sun)
    Time: 2-5pm
    Cost: $20 per person

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    how do i register for the d70 workshop?

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    Hi
    Registration can be done via e-mail to pss1950@singnet.com.sg
    Drop your full name and contact no for our reference.

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    Quote Originally Posted by MissDi
    HI all..........

    Do take note the changes for workshops

    D70/D70s Workshop
    Date: 18 Sep 2005 (Sun)
    Time: 2-5pm
    Cost: $20 per person

    D50 Workshop
    Date: 25 Sep 2005(Sun)
    Time: 2-5pm
    Cost: $20 per person
    The other 2 workshops in Sep cancelled?
    Find me at Claudia.sg and I work at 24seven

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    I long time didn't go for PSS course liao. Missed them

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    Is the 8th Sept D70s Workshop still one?
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    Quote Originally Posted by MissDi
    HI all..........

    Do take note the changes for workshops

    D70/D70s Workshop
    Date: 18 Sep 2005 (Sun)
    Time: 2-5pm
    Cost: $20 per person

    D50 Workshop
    Date: 25 Sep 2005(Sun)
    Time: 2-5pm
    Cost: $20 per person

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    Quote Originally Posted by oasis
    Is the 8th Sept D70s Workshop still one?
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    curious about this too

    since i cant make it on the 18th

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    Hi,

    I dont think there is still available space for the 8th September class as I tried to enrol in that one but its oversubscribe. I initially opted for the 24th September class but got a call regarding it being cancelled. so I opted to push forward to 18th September.

    tltan

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