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Thread: Wedding Photography Course (2nd Class intake)

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    Default Wedding Photography Course (3rd Class intake)

    Hi all, after the success of the fully booked 2nd Wedding Photography course, Stanley Lim Colour Centre is organising the 3rd Wedding Photography course, for those interested, that is commencing soon.

    Venue: Stanley Lim Colour Centre (Midlink Plaza, Middle Road)
    Instructor: Stanley Lim
    Course fee: $350
    Package:
    8 lessons
    inclusive of 1 studio flash lesson + model + 1 roll developing + 1 set 3R
    inclusive of 1 outdoor model shoot + 1 roll developing + 1 set 3R
    inclusive of basic studio practical lesson
    Vacancies: 8

    Those interested please proceed to the studio to pay the deposit to Joanne.
    U can reach her at 98583502
    Please PM after you have paid her so that I can update here.

    Lessons will start after all 8 vacancies are filled up

    Paiseh, we are receiving the 3rd intake oready!!!

    Please feel free to make enquiries.
    Last edited by anavrin; 12th November 2003 at 11:57 PM.

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    Default My 2 cents worth on the course

    Since I am a student of the second intake, I shall give my 2 cents worth.
    I am an amateur photographer taking pictures for leisure. Never have I imagine that I will be taking wedding pictures for people until my brother in law asked me to take his ROM shots. I must say I was quite flustered at my first attempt although the pictures turned out ok.
    I found out that Stanley Lim was conducting a Actual Day Wedding course through ClubSnap and so I went down to see them. I must say I was very impressed with Joanne (Stanley’s wife) in my first visit. She took time and sat down with me, looked through the photos that I have taken and slowly guide me through their course content which includes 1)Photography Basics 2) Wedding Day workflow 3) Flash techniques, Eqpt Maintenance 4) Sales Negotiation 5) Outdoor Photography 6)Studio techniques and 2 sessions of outdoor practical and studio practical.
    Stanley is a person who doesn’t hold anything back once he starts sharing with you his experiences which I must say it’s aplenty. His funny antics and wealth of experiences really makes you feel at home even for an amateur like me. He has been teaching us more than what he initially planned to do and I personally am very appreciative of his guidance.
    After attending his second lesson, I was asked by my colleague to be her main wedding photographer. Stanley actually took time to explain to me what to look out for and even lend me his treasured Hammer flash. Of course the photos turned out very well compared to my first attempt. My colleague needless to say was overjoyed.
    I would say that my overall photography skills have improved after attending his lessons. I was even able to apply his techniques and took pictures of my baby girl being delivered. My wife was surprised herself at the photos that turned out.
    Those who have an interest in shooting portraits should actually go talk to Joanne or Stanley. I am sure, like me, you will walked out feeling more learned each time.
    Last edited by kim8luv; 13th November 2003 at 08:47 AM.

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    I am interested to learn as well...

    any samply shots from the first course?

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    Quote Originally Posted by sebastiansong
    I am interested to learn as well...

    any samply shots from the first course?
    ya me too

    sample shots would be most helpful

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    How good must we be before signing up for the course?
    Can we use digital cameras?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Crysania
    How good must we be before signing up for the course?
    Can we use digital cameras?
    Digital users are welcomed to join in, the 1st and present intake of participants also have digital users and everyone still gets along fine using film or digital..no worries

    cheers

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    Quote Originally Posted by anavrin
    Digital users are welcomed to join in, the 1st and present intake of participants also have digital users and everyone still gets along fine using film or digital..no worries

    cheers
    yeah mi too...
    but need to know when starts

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    Quote Originally Posted by MrSpace
    yeah mi too...
    but need to know when starts
    Lessons will start once the class is full, any enquiries can call Joanne at the given no. or come down and see our fun and interactive class every friday!!

    Paiseh but we are taking in the 3rd batch now.. not the 2nd intake.. have edited my initial post already

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    Quote Originally Posted by cheers
    And for this coursemate and another, the photos are all printed and collected by their "clients". There is nothing they want to show off yet. And the "clients" of the newbies may also not want their images to be displayed. This is not a studio/outdoor outing where we shoot models and can display to show. This is a continuous learning process. What we have gained are intangible knowledge that are difficult to quantify in terms of successful portfolios as some of the coursemates cannot consider themselves veterans with a few lessons. .
    totally agree with u dude!! u have spoken my mind..

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    Hi,

    Would like to find out what accessories should I equipped myself with before joining this class?

    1. Camera (35mm film format, I own a Nikn F80?)

    2. Lenses - (I own a Nikkor 50mm f/1.4D, 28-80mm f/3.5-5.6G, Sigma 105mm Macro f2.8. Are they suitable?)

    3. Any flash accessories should I get to sync with the studio flashes? (I own a Nikon Speedlight SB22s, SC17?)

    4. Anything else should I get to aviod hindrance while doing the practical sessions?

    Pse enlighten. Regards
    Last edited by nolongerloner; 15th November 2003 at 10:47 AM.

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    Lightbulb more details pls

    Can we have more details. It mentioned Fridays, can we have the time, duration and venue(base) of the course so that we can plan it within our own busy schedule. Thank you.

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    Default Limited vacancies left

    Hi all,
    I was informed by Joanne that there are only 3 vacancies left. So for those of you who want to learn, just call them and I am sure they will answer your questions. Joanne's number is 98583502.

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    Quote Originally Posted by kim8luv
    Hi all,
    I was informed by Joanne that there are only 3 vacancies left. So for those of you who want to learn, just call them and I am sure they will answer your questions. Joanne's number is 98583502.

    wah lau eh.. so fast post liao ar.. Joanne still wan to tell me to post wan...hahahha

    Lessons are every Friday, from 8-10pm (usually longer) and is held at Stanley Lim Colour Centre at Midlink Plaza and Lessons will start once the class is full... so hurry up and sign up, only 3 slots left!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by anavrin
    wah lau eh.. so fast post liao ar.. Joanne still wan to tell me to post wan...hahahha

    Lessons are every Friday, from 8-10pm (usually longer) and is held at Stanley Lim Colour Centre at Midlink Plaza and Lessons will start once the class is full... so hurry up and sign up, only 3 slots left!!

    juz to add on, i went down to enquire details and was surprised and delighted to realise that the insturctor, teachers based on skills and experiance , not equiptment. he uses the logic " its not the camera its the eye behind" and thir friendlynes is one of a kind too! ull feel at home there, it wun feel like a classroom, rather like a gathering. aniwae i went there at 1130 and the class was still going on so u can guess how they extend it.
    yup onli 3 places left.. hurry!

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    Default Class full

    Stanley Lim would like to thank all of those who have expressed their interests in the course itself.

    The 3rd intake is now full.

    The 4th intake is now open for registration for those who are interested. It will be sheduled on Wednesdays evenings from 6pm to 8pm.

    For those who are interested, please call Joanne 98583502

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    hi Stanley,

    Is there any more intake available??? I'm using digital??? isit acceptable?? If there are, can u let me noe coz i'm quiet interested in this course.

    cheers,
    naz

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    Quote Originally Posted by nazeree
    hi Stanley,

    Is there any more intake available??? I'm using digital??? isit acceptable?? If there are, can u let me noe coz i'm quiet interested in this course.

    cheers,
    naz
    Hello Naz, can read my post above.. me posted that digital users can join this course too...
    will post some pics taken during our recent "class" outing...stay tuned..

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    Default Wednesday Class

    Hi all,
    I was just informed by Stanley that there are only 6 vacancies left in the Wednesday intake. For those who are interested, better call Joanne fast
    Cheers
    Kim8Luv

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    hello all,

    for those who have already registered for the wednesday class, lesson will starting at 7.30pm.... those participants with any problem with the timing pls contact Joanne....

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