Nafa part time photography course


eleveninth

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http://www.nafa.edu.sg/courses/degree/photography

Any comments ? thinking of joining for fun. quite good value for money but not sure about the quality of the instructors.

http://www.objectifs.com.sg/

the above at arab street also holds photography workshops.

wonder which is good . anybody has any experience ?
waste of money. my honest opinion. Unless you're the type that need to attend workshop / classes to learn then go ahead.
 

Octarine

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http://www.nafa.edu.sg/courses/degree/photography
Any comments ? thinking of joining for fun. quite good value for money but not sure about the quality of the instructors.
http://www.objectifs.com.sg/
the above at arab street also holds photography workshops.
wonder which is good . anybody has any experience ?
A friend of mine attended objectifs years ago. She was very happy. Course even included prints and showcasing of pictures.
I can't comment myself since I haven't attended their workshops.
 

G-man

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One either invests time to learn, or invests money to accelerate the learning process. So depending on which you can afford, you make the decision.

I know for a fact that NAFA course includes both digital as well as darkroom techniques. And it's definitely more commercial based. Not sure about Objectifs to be honest.
 

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What about ntu photography and digital imaging? Any advice or should i just stay in the cg industry xP
 

kandinsky

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http://www.nafa.edu.sg/courses/degree/photography

Any comments ? thinking of joining for fun. quite good value for money but not sure about the quality of the instructors.

http://www.objectifs.com.sg/

the above at arab street also holds photography workshops.

wonder which is good . anybody has any experience ?
Nothing beats visiting both in person. :) Call the admissions office in advance and ask if you can have a chat with any of the instructors or arrange to take a tour of the facilities. I'm not sure if they'll entertain you as much vs the amount of effort they put to draw full-time students, but it's your hard-earned money, worth a shot.
 

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