Noise Workshop: How to create and shoot an urban landscape photography project

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Apr 22, 2009
Refresh your mind on how to shoot our local people and landscapes, and learn how to create a documentary project from start to finish, as local documentary photographer Deanna Ng imparts her skills on shooting urban landscapes. Participants will be able to pick up invaluable tips and experiences on what to look out for, how to see seemingly common urban landscapes differently, as well as learn the intricacies of creating photography projects and themes.

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

Date: 24 Oct 2009 (Sat)
Time: 10am – 1pm
Venue: Singapore Management University, Lee Kong Chian School of Business, 50 Stamford Road
Admission: Free
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 Deanna Ng
Deanna Ng is a freelance photographer specialising in documentary, portraits and off beat travel photos. In 2006, Deanna was selected as an International Participant for the Prestigious Missouri Photo Workshop by the University of Missouri, USA. As she started photography late in her life, she believes in teaching Photography to the youth. She has taught in numerous schools in Singapore and also at Objectifs: Centre for Photography and Filmmaking. Her clientele includes Ink Publishing, the Australian High Commission and the Singapore Tourism Board among others. Her photographs have also been exhibited in numerous group exhibitions in Singapore. In 2008, Deanna exhibited in her first international group exhibition for The Month of Photography, Tokyo.

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