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    Default Re: 'Capture the Moment' Photomarathon 2009 - Come test your skill as a Photographer!

    Due to some enqiuries on what the event is actually about:

    It is an event where you will be given a specific theme on that day and you are supposed to go around and give your expression on the theme through photography! So everyone is given a fair and square playing field as theme will only be given on that day.

    You will be allocated 3 hours to go around any places you like to take photos

    Hope it clears some doubt!

    More enquiry please email us at gsccps@gmail.com

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    Default Re: 'Capture the Moment' Photomarathon 2009 - Come test your skill as a Photographer!

    Quote Originally Posted by clioboy View Post
    look at their R&R again..they also discount those 14 and below..

    and we just got a 14 yo who just bought a 50D..so i guess his photos cannot be entered right due to someone's perception that an age limit must be set?

    even my nephew of all 4 years can use a PnS to take photos..



    they should just have categories for different age group then.



    4-10 / 11-16 / 17-infinity..



    just my two cents.. i rest my case.

    haha lols, i feel paiseh, cause i think that 14 yo is me

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    Default Re: 'Capture the Moment' Photomarathon 2009 - Come test your skill as a Photographer!

    Quote Originally Posted by tengyeow View Post
    Hi guys,

    A few things to take note:

    Yes, this event's main objective is to reach out to all youth age 14-35, we have no intention on discriminating anyone above/below this age. We truly understand photography have no boundaries no matter age, gender, religion. Sadly to say, we have already made our target group this time around and hope to get your out most understanding on any inconvenience cause.

    However, we do heed your advice in regards to the age group and we will look into it and hopefully the next Capture the moment 2010 will be a bigger event where we can cater everyone into it.

    Thanks for your advices and cheers for photography!
    woah? 14 or 15? if 14 then i can liao....no offence to the old birds ah

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    Default Re: 'Capture the Moment' Photomarathon 2009 - Come test your skill as a Photographer!

    Nothing wrong abt the age limit since it's organised by the PA youth... strange thing is that the BEST PHOTO get a prize and it seems to imply that best photo is not 1st,2nd or 3rd? Is that because there's 2 themes and the highest scoring 2 shots of the same participant wins?

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    Hooray for this competition......

    hopes many will join and have fun

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    Quote Originally Posted by nemesis32 View Post
    Nothing wrong abt the age limit since it's organised by the PA youth... strange thing is that the BEST PHOTO get a prize and it seems to imply that best photo is not 1st,2nd or 3rd? Is that because there's 2 themes and the highest scoring 2 shots of the same participant wins?
    see what the judges think.

    by the way organizer, will there be a Certificate of Participation?

    just to check....if it is very obvious that any shot is taken in controlled studio like conditions, still counted as "the moment" shot?

    Also if you are taking entries, really have to trust that the photographers wont PP the Raw first before submission of jpg but then, is "In Camera" editing allowed?

    Can make payment on the day itself?
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    Default Re: 'Capture the Moment' Photomarathon 2009 - Come test your skill as a Photographer!

    i feel like joining but i have sensor dusts so wait if straight submission might see the dusts , nyeh!

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    Quote Originally Posted by velasco View Post
    i feel like joining but i have sensor dusts so wait if straight submission might see the dusts , nyeh!
    LOL @ Velasco. I think the dust wouldnt be so noticeable unless its like a BIG patch of dust which is highly unlikely unless you haven't been taking care of your camera. AND so pick up your air brush and cleaning kit to do a spring cleaning for your precious cam !

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    Quote Originally Posted by Reportage View Post
    see what the judges think.

    by the way organizer, will there be a Certificate of Participation?

    just to check....if it is very obvious that any shot is taken in controlled studio like conditions, still counted as "the moment" shot?

    Also if you are taking entries, really have to trust that the photographers wont PP the Raw first before submission of jpg but then, is "In Camera" editing allowed?

    Can make payment on the day itself?
    Dear Reportage,

    Yes there will be Certificate of Participation.

    We do not limit you guys on creating the moment or waiting for the moment.

    Yes, payment is available on that day

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    Hey guys!

    One day left for registration before the event commerce! So hurry up and register for this chance to test your skill as a youth photographer!

    As a note, the three judges invited are really awesome homegrown photographers and can really give good grading and pointers!:

    1)
    Mr Tan Cheng Hai Hon

    Awards:
    FSCPS, FSCPS, ARPS,PPSA, EFIAP, APAS, APSS, ASEAPS, Hon EPAS, Hon FPSM, Hon ESCPS, Hon ECPA, Hon FPSP, Hon EYMCAPS, AWIEP, AEPSP, MEPSP, PSA Galaxy 2 (CS), 4 Stars (CP), 2 Stars (MP)


    Cheng Hai is an accomplished photographer, Photographic Society of America (PSA) Fellowship Member, Singapore Colour Photographic Society (FSCPS), Specialises in colour photography and black & white printing.


    2) Ms Gho Lay Tin

    Awards:
    APAS, FPSEA, ARPS,AFIAP, APSS, ASCPS, ABLPC, MEPSP, APSP, SEHKCPAC, Hon SESCPS, Hon SAWIEP, PAS 5 Stars (CSA), 3 Stars (MP, CP)

    Lay Tin tried her hand at photography when she first joined The Photographic Society of Singapore (PSS) in 1993. A year later, her photographic works have caught the attention of The Photo-Art Association of Singapore (PAS) and The Singapore Colour Photographic Society.

    Lay Tin has been actively participating in international salons since 2003.In 2005, she secured the World Top Exhibitor in the colour print section of The Photographic Society of America’s (PSA) Who’s Who list. She achieved the PSA 5 Star Exhibitor title in the colour slide section.Her outstanding work has also brought her the ARPS and AFIAP titles from The Royal Photographic Society of Great Britain and the International Federation of Photographic Art.

    Lay Tin has been traveling extensively, particularly in China, to capture her favourite subject – children. To date, she has won 30 PSA gold medals and her enormous exhibition records have won her the Proficiency level title from PSA in 2007.


    3) Mr Gho Peng Tjin Hon.

    Awards:
    EPAS, Hon. EYMCAPS, Hon. ESCC, Hon. ECPA, HON. EPSSM, SE.SCPS, SE.HKCPAC, EP.HKSC, MEPSP, FPSEA, FWIEP, AFIAP, ARPS, APAS, APSS, ASCPS, ABLPC, APSP, PSA Who’s who TOP ONE 2003 CP, 2004 CP, 2004 MP, 2004 CPID, 2006 CP, 2006 CPID, 2007 CPID

    Peng Tjin took up photography as a hobby in his early 30s, and attained the Associate title from The Photo-Art Association of Singapore (PAS) and The Singapore Colour Photographic Society (SCPS) in 2001. He subsequently became a member of The Photographic Society of America (PSA).


    In 2003, Peng Tjin clinched the World Top Exhibitor title in the colour print section of PSA’s Who’s Who lists , and continued to dominate in 2004 and 2006. He was honoured with PSA 4 Star Exhibitor title in the colour slide section and 3 Star Exhibitor titles in both the colour and monochrome print sections in 2005. His work has also received recognition from The Royal Photographic Society of Great Britain and he was conferred the ARPS title.


    Peng Tjin has 25 PSA gold medals to his name, and his excellent achievement in the international salons has also won him the FPSEA title from The Photographic Salon Exhibitors Association of Hong Kong in 2006.

    So why wait? Register now and come have fun!
    Last edited by tengyeow; 3rd July 2009 at 12:35 PM.

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