Basic Digital Photography )

Good photography is all about making the right choices -- and they aren't only the scary, technical ones.

Through live demonstrations and sample photographs, find out how making simple but critical decisions will dramatically improve your photography; learn to take control of your camera and solve real-world photography problems; and discover what makes a good photo good, and a bad photo rotten.

In four intensive lessons, instructors Lin Junjie | & Lance Lee | provides participants with the fundamentals to advance their photography beyond the casual snapshots.


Starting 12th May 2009
Every Tuesday till 2 June 2009
04 lessons of 02 hours each
Venue: The Riverwalk, 20 Upper Circular Rd, #01-01
Conveniently located along Singapore River right between Boat Quay & Clarke Quay
3 mins from Clarke Quay MRT or 10 mins from City Hall MRT

Course Overview

Lesson One -- Aesthetics

1. Decisions, decisions, decisions -- simple choices that dramatically improve your photography
2. Using visual devices -- techniques for making your subject and photo stand out from others
3. The decisive moment -- tips and tricks to getting the shot at the right time

Lesson Two -- Technical

1. Focusing and shutter release -- taking controls over autofocusing
2. Exposure -- it's all about light
3. Metering -- is there something like a correct exposure? how does the camera figure that out?

Lesson Three -- Light and lenses

1. Light -- understanding different types of and how to make the best out of the worst
2. Flash -- why you should turn off the flash in night and use it in bright daylight, balancing with ambient, troubleshooting
3. Lenses -- the vocabulary of photography; strengths, quirks and limitations, making sense of jargons

Lesson Four -- Learning to critique & intro to DI

1. Critiquing photographs -- what makes a good photo good and a bad photo rotten
2. Intro to digital imaging -- with Adobe Photoshop Lightroom 2, concepts applicable to all digital imaging software, learn the best techniques to shoot breathtaking panoramas
3. Going further -- wrapping up and further learning


Students must have their own DSLR or compact camera with manual override features (such as Canon G10)

Fees & Registration

Course Fees: S$200/- pax


Early Bird Promotion: Pay in full by April 30th and enjoy 10% discount! Pay $180 instead of $200!

Bring-a-friend promotion: Bring a friend along and enjoy $10 off your course fees!

Facebook Membership Discount: Join our facebook group ( one week before course commences to enjoy another $10 discount.

Sign up now!

To register, please email us at or sms us at 90992285