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    Noise Singapore Workshop Series: Basic Studio Lighting

    Many professional photographers will tell you that good lighting is the most important element in photography. Luke Bartholomew Tan will tell you not just that, but also how to best achieve this fabled ‘good lighting’, with this practical workshop on basic studio lighting. Participants will be 'enlightened’ on the theories behind proper lighting for photography such as the intricacies of lighting ratios and f-stops, as well as gain valuable hands-on experience on the various types of equipment, how to use them safely, and basic setups.

    Date: 3 Oct 2009 (Sat)
    Venue: Singapore Management University 50 Stamford Road, Lee Ka Shing Library
    Time: 1 - 4 pm
    Admission: Free

    Participants are required to bring their own DSLR (optional items: laptop, camera cable and card reader).

    Register: Email the workshop title, your name, NRIC, contact number and a link to your Noise profile page to or call 6344 2953. Priority will be given to active Noise members.

    About Luke Bartholomew Tan
    A graduate of the New York Institute of Photography (NYIP), Luke has been photographing in the field of medical research for most of his career and is an active member of the Professional Photographers Association (Singapore). Luke’s speciality is people and commercial photography, although his art photographs have been recognized and collected internationally in museums, exhibitions and awards. In 2004, he was the second Singaporean to have his photographic works collected in Kiyosato Museum of Photographic Arts, Japan. Luke’s personal project, Tomatoes, an avant-garde visual commentary on human condition has led him to be represented by Gallery Eighty in 2007. His current focus is in conceptual photography for both personal and commercial assignments.
    Last edited by melvintang; 28th September 2009 at 12:31 PM.


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