7th July 2008, 12:15 PM
Eyes On Asia - Intro Workshop (Edition 7) 16th August "Travel Photography"
Dear Travel & Photography Enthusiasts,
Please note that this course is meant for starters or people who just recently started to use a DSLR. Other photographers are welcome, or could sign up for the Intermediate Course on the 23rd of August.
Topic: Travel Photography
Level: Intro/ Beginners Level (please state if you use Compact Camera or DSLR)
When: 28th of June, 10.00 - 15.00, 5 hours
Where: Meeting point, 48 Club Street
Cost: 110 SGD
What to Bring: Up to 5 of your own Photographs as Photo- or Inkjet prints.
Reservations: 1st come first serve through email, min. 6 pax, max 12 pax
We focus on the passion for travel & photography we like to share with you, showing you some of our hands on knowledge and experience.
You will hear and see how to get to the next level with your camera to capture that amazing travel experience and get tips and tricks to make things easier.
Interested? Please drop my producer Jamie email@example.com an email an we will send you the Information to the "Eyes On Asia" Intro - Course (Edition 7) in Travel Photography.
About Eyes On Asia Pte Ltd (www.eyesonasia.net)
Felix Hug hails from Switzerland and is the current Travel Photographer of The Year Runner Up (TPOTY) London. Other Travel Photography Awards he has won include: The Asian Geographic Grand Prize, 1st prize Winner at the International Photography Awards (IPA) USA, 3rd Prize at the “PX3 Awards” in Paris 2008, a "Best of Show" selection at the Australian Professional Photography Awards (AIPP).
He and his Producer work for the Lonely Planet Library and Guide Books, as well as for Silk Air to portrait their destinations in Asia.
Our clients include: Lonely Planet Images, Banyan Tree Hotels and Resorts, Official Destination Photography Team for Silk Air (Singapore Airlines), Universal Resorts Maldives, Bank Julius Baer Singapore.
7th July 2008, 12:19 PM
Re: Eyes On Asia - Intro Workshop (Edition 7) 16th August "Travel Photography"
Sorry, there is a mistake in the date below, of course its the 16th of August and not the 28th of June
Originally Posted by felix hug
11th July 2008, 03:58 PM