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    Tell me about it

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    Nice models shooting.

    I'm interested but not in town.

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    Default Re: Break Out Of The Box! A Portraiture Extravaganza (Final Thread)

    ***Reporting "Live" from Punggol***

    Willy & the rest are still hard at work. Too bad I could not join you all for the shoot today and I'm glad I had the chance to say "Hi" this evening.

    Scenes from the shoot:

    #1


    #2 Hey! That's Willy with his director's chair!


    Kopi Session (when time permits)
    at 100AW, Blk 639, Punggol Drive

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    hi willyfoo,

    where is the intelli-actions link u were telling us about???

    great workshop. super info-overload but very very very informative. i feel like i'm an expert already.

    Thanks all instructors/helpers

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    Quote Originally Posted by DTan
    hi willyfoo,

    where is the intelli-actions link u were telling us about???

    great workshop. super info-overload but very very very informative. i feel like i'm an expert already.

    Thanks all instructors/helpers
    You are most welcome. And I just got home ...hm...2 am?

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    My thanks to the all who made this possible. Guys and gals - you deserve a big pat on the back. It was an enjoyable session, which there was a real spirt of sharing that u never see in most commercial courses - a friend took a NTUC organised Photoshop course in which the instructor taught by tell them to read the hand outs, and when asked too many questions from the same person who obviously has problems understand basically replied - why you again ? you know you are slowing down the whole class ? this is not a personal tution class if you can not follow go home read the notes and practice.

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    Thanks to everyone who made the workshop successful, the trainers, helpers, models, makeup artists and all the participants.. especially when the transport couldn't make it and everyone car pooled to get to the shooting location. Thanks to the drivers!

    I hope everyone learned somethings during this workshop, including the instructors who have learned from each other too!

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    Thanks to Willyfoo and gang for this workshop. Really glad to see some familiar faces and meet some new ones too.



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    Hey all!

    Thank you so much for everyone's warm support! We do apologise for the hiccups in between though

    Still, hope all of you had fun (cos I sure did ) and went home learning something new that day

    Thank you once again!

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    Default Re: Break Out Of The Box! A Portraiture Extravaganza (Final Thread)

    Any repeat telecast for those who couldn't make it? :P

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    Default Re: Break Out Of The Box! A Portraiture Extravaganza (Final Thread)

    willy foo is the man .... man !!!...

    it looks like a great workshop.. bet everyone learn alot from the experienced Pro photographer...

    too bad i can't afford to go for the event... was too broke.. and dunno how to use strobes and all that...

    but i hope to join in the fun and learn from the master next time ...

    Bet the photos are another award winning series ... that evokes a myriad of emotions...


    Happy shooting fellas

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