am home, just eaten my dinner, washed the dishes, and just thrown away rubbish chute...
well tonite, i didn't catch any cougars...
btw, you all should check out The Camera Workshop.
Look for Daniel, a very nice and knowledgable guy, and offers reasonable prices.
"There are no mistakes, only lessons. Growth is a process of trials and errors."
I only know Becky. was there yest to collect my baby. they're all so nice la!Originally Posted by SurrealDreamWalker
Going to buy their extension tube next week. Hehehe
Last edited by bonrya; 17th March 2011 at 08:33 AM.
hey yien, brad. i'm hopign to organise a series of photography talks/seminars/demo sessions. could ya all bounce the idea around ur sch's photo club and see if they might be interested?
probably over a period of.... 3 days i guess. june hols. i need to get a rough idea before i start planning.
if response is good, we might even open up to CS i guess.
going with the trend, you guys could create flyers with images that attract.. and going from popular stuff, images from Food, Cosplay Shoots, Fashion Shoots and Macro will capture the interest of people. of course, the photos will have to come from yourselves.
I know jurong sec has a photography club if you need more enthu people..
Another random point, I notice that many photographic societies are under-equipped. I'm not saying kit lens can't do anything, but there are cheap fast aperture lenses like the 50mm f1.8 that schools can purchase for their members to use. A lot of schools spam kit lenses, and I think more money should be spent on cheap primes like the 50/1.8, to spread the BBB virus to the members to buy fast aperture lenses
But seriously, many school events take place indoors with quite horrible lighting, and these cheap primes would help a lot in improving the quality of the images that members of the photographic society has.
Last edited by brapodam; 17th March 2011 at 03:30 PM.
I see some of them are quite enthu, they stayed behind to continue taking pictures even after the event has ended.. And I see they're using fast aperture lens (with zoom?).Originally Posted by brapodam