what type of courses are u looking for??? SAFRA Photo Club is conducting courses as well....Originally Posted by innovas1
where can i get course details and rates?Originally Posted by reignman77
just a suggestion...
from the club itself. if not call the club staff at 63773681/2. if u need any course and cost enquries, i can PM u.Originally Posted by innovas1
Basic Photography...hmm if I recall correctly the SubStation use to offer courses in Basic, Portrait, Journalism, black & white etc. at their premises.
Costs are reasonable and they are well run by a pro.
Took a few of the courses.
Sometimes back though...don know if still exists
Perhaps U can check it out.
still there !Originally Posted by fantom
Is taking photography course really necessary? Can I find a lao-jiao to teach me the basics in photography instead of paying hundreds to go for the course?
yes. it can be done. self-learning by trial n error and making your own conclusions wrt yor individual style of shooting is possible. but i guess photog schools layout everything 4u so u need not spend the xtra time on trial n error.Originally Posted by cheatchu79
Well, isn't trial and error supposed to be good? One learn by making a lot of mistakes right?Originally Posted by clive
Originally Posted by cheatchu79
SAFRA at Bukit Merah
provided u can get a mentor to guide u personnally....Originally Posted by cheatchu79
Well some of the teacher or Pro can help not just to correct mistakes But also gain Professional Certification for those who want to excel in this line.
got further details of this cost? nature of course, duration, cost? can't seem to find out anything from the sfra website.Originally Posted by Cyberian
7 lesson $157.50 for SAFRAPC member, $176.40 for SAFRA member and $189 for non memberOriginally Posted by weeguy
as well as NAFA (18 month cert) & Laselle (studio photography)
prepare to pay more $$$
I am willing to work with those of you that would like to learn photography. I have been wanting to pass on much of what I have learnt in the past 14 years to younger photographers..
Of coz.. since this would be taking up time.. and effort.. I would be wanting to charge a token fee.. and keep groups small and interactive.. I have done this once before.. and basically I do not put a limit to the amount of time per session..
For topics of interest that I am not proficient at.. I will find someone that can impart the best knowledge for you, and he/she will be your guide..
For those that are interested.. you can drop me a PM.. or email @ email@example.com for a rough guide to what I will be exploring with you..
u can also learn by reading photography books, and photography websites. if u like, this xin-jiao can give u pointers.... just drop me a pm.Originally Posted by cheatchu79
you can buy better gear but you can't buy a better eye