A Primer to Widefield Astrophotography with Olympus M4/3 - by Ivan Bok Harnessing the power of modern day digital sensors
File Name: Carina Nebula (Telescope Shot) Details: Shot from Toa Payoh, Singapore. Total exposure (cumulative over several nights 3.5 hours Each single exposure is 5 minutes long Photographed through a telescope at 450mm focal length, f/5.3 2.)
File Name: Star Trails 1 (OMD) Shot with Olympus OMD EM10 from Mersing, Malaysia Cumulative exposure of about 30 minutes using livecomp
File Name: Star Trails 1 (OMD) Shot with Olympus OMD...
Ever troubled when transferring a digital image from camera to display device to printer? If yes, the saving grace would be color management in digital post processing. Color management is not always complicated if you know how to manage the color on different production devices, including digital camera, monitor, printers, and proofers. Using Adobe Lightroom, this Workshop will share insights to revealing the hidden beauty of your images and produce color accurate to what you shoot, see and print.
During this Workshop, you will get the chance to experience BenQ full range SW-series RGB Monitors for Photographers, which feature 99% of Adobe RGB color space and take professional imaging to new heights, fulfilling the...
Ricoh Theta VR/360 Timelapes & Video Workshop - Sponsored by APD
Learn secrets to creating awesome 360 Timelapes & Videos from Aram Pan (Plus 720 ), one of the most popular and recognized Photographer & Videographers in the Singapore 360 industry.
Aram is going to present a half-day workshop in Funan Showsuite on 25th November 2017. The goal of the workshops is to teach techniques in using 360-degree video cameras, and then attendees will create a 360-degree video in groups that is ready to post on Facebook and YouTube. Attendees will be able to use Ricoh Theta SC & V etc.
Aram Pan - www.plus720.com
Aram Pan is a Singapore based virtual tour photographer since 2003. He went into full...
Life is fleeting, but photographs give us just enough slices of time, just so that our imagination fills in the story.
A Photograph becomes important to its viewer only through its physical embodiment, the Print. A print will always be the most realistic representation of an image as it is the only medium that is truly tangible and actual.
This will ultimately be the best way to judge your work as an image isn’t truly finished until it’s in printed form.
The process itself of creating a print will help you grow as a photographer because it gives you a greater appreciation for the bigger picture.
At the same time, the exercise of getting in close, fine-tuning and perfecting an image for print will show you a lot about your work that you may otherwise have missed if you were just putting together a quick online...