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Photoscholar presents
Travel Photography



Date: 13 June 2009, Saturday
Time: 3pm to 8pm
Bonus: 8 to 9pm review session
Fees: S$150/- per person (Minimum 5 to start)

Facebook + early bird discounts for those who sign up before 8 June
Refer to promotions below

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To sign up or for more information, please visit http://photoscholar.com/courses/travel/register/. Please email any questions to us at info@photoscholar.com

Venue: THE RIVERWALK, #01-01, 20 Upper Circular Road
(located in-between Boat Quay & Clarke Quay)
(Nearby MRT stations: Clarke Quay, Raffles Place & City Hall)

Workshop Overview

A travel photography workshop with a strong focus on how to shoot images suitable for microstock. It's part of our earn as you learn programme.

Learn how to take better travel photographs with practical tips, techniques, tricks and approaches.

This is a comprehensive workshop with insights, advices and experienced gathered from a decade of collective experience in travel photography. Our team of instructors have travelled to shoot around the world, from Cambodia to Cuba.

There will be a practical field trip included to help you digest what you will learn in our theory lessons.

This will be followed by a review session with a quick portfolio analysis to help you develop further on your own.

Workshop Outline

Techniques & basics for travel photography
- composition, lighting, sense of perspective, choice of exposure settings, approach to getting your shots

Research & Preparation
- Getting the most out of your travel itinerary
- know what have been done and how you could do better. Learning by comparison
- finding an approach to differentiate yourself.

Useful tips & tricks
- gathered from various professionals, helpful techniques, tips and tricks to make your images more impressive.

Question of Style
- everyone shoots travel images. How do you stand out from the crowd. How to find and define your own style?

Shooting editorial stock
- packaging your images as photo stories.

Selling your travel images
- learn about how to sell your images to fund your next travel

Practical field trip
- shoot around City Hall & Raffles Place in smaller groups led by instructors

Review of images shot in field trip & portfolio analysis

Shooting for microstock
- earn as your learn
- finance your hobby in travel photography

Note: earnings from microstock photography will be very modest for the first few months. Don't expect to profit a lot from it but the rewards from earning a little income from your travel shots can be very motivating and satisfying.

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Promotions:

Early Bird Discount - $10 less if you sign up before 15 April
Bring a friend discount - S$10 if you refer a friend to join too.
 

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Early Bird Promotion:
Pay in full by June 8th and enjoy S$10 discount

Bring-a-friend promotion:
Bring your friends along and enjoy $10 off your course fees for every friend that joins too!

Note: Signing up in pairs or groups require you and your friends to pay in full by June 8th.

Sign up and more information

To sign up or for more information, please visit http://photoscholar.com/courses/travel/register/. Please email any questions to us at info@photoscholar.com
 

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Recent travel photos to Vietnam and Thailand by one of our instructors:


Streets: Candid shots that are telling of the location, people and activity



Panning Techniques: Capture the transportation that are unique to each country, with tips and tricks on how to do panning shots effectively.



Interior/architecture: Take control of your camera and turn static looking interiors shots into something more dynamic and special


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Early Bird Promotion:
Pay in full by June 8th and enjoy S$10 discount

Bring-a-friend promotion:
Bring your friends along and enjoy $10 off your course fees for every friend that joins too!

Note: Signing up in pairs or groups require you and your friends to pay in full by June 8th.

Sign up and more information

To sign up or for more information, please visit http://photoscholar.com/courses/travel/register/. Please email any questions to us at info@photoscholar.com
 

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Questions

Q) Do I need an external flash for the night outing?

You do not need an external flash if your camera has a built-in flash.

Q) Do I need a tripod?

A tripod opens up your possibilities of photography, especially in the areas of night/lowlight and creative photography. Some people dislike using a tripod but that also means that some kind of photography would be naturally more difficult to achieve.*Modern DSLRs offer ways for you to tackle lowlight photography without the use of a tripod, but that comes with some compromises to absolute image quality.

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To sign up or for more information, please visit http://photoscholar.com/courses/travel/register/. Please email any questions to us at info@photoscholar.com
 

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