SAFRA Mobile Snapathon 2013


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SAFRA Mobile Snapathon 2013



Fancy a race against time as you unravel mystery themes and capture the best shots on your mobile phone?
Take part in this new and unique mobile photography
competition with

• 5 different checkpoints
• Each with its individual mystery theme
• Unravel the themes through your own interpretation
• Capture the most creative photo
• Upload your best shots online



All registered participants will get free passes to an exclusive photography seminar by internationally acclaimed mobile street photographer, Mr Chia Aik Beng and celebrated 'Instagrammer' and local blogger, Miss Tiffany Yong.

And stand to win cash and prizes over $10,000!


It's that simple!
To find out more information about the event, Click on the banner above or email to ljjessica@safra.sg or Register here now!
 

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Speaker's Corner

Uncover the hidden secrets of mobile photography from our photography specialists. Sharpen your photography skills and bring your photos to a whole new level.

Speaker 1: Chia Aik Beng



AikBeng Chia, aka ABC, started mobile photography in late 2008 when he purchased his iPhone 2G. But it wasn’t until 2010 that he started taking mobile photography seriously. Armed with only an iPhone as his sole tool for creating images, ABC began taking photographs of the daily lives of people on the streets of Singapore.

ABC’s photography has been exhibited and published internationally, most recently at the Invisible Photographer Asia (IPA) Gallery in 2012.


Speaker 2: Tiffany Yong



Tiffany Yong is a local blogger, a part-time actress and an 'iphonographer'. Iphonographers are a growing group of photographers who shoot, edit and share photos using an iPhone.

An active user on Instagram with over 1,000 followers, Tiffany reviews the latest IT gadgets which includes leading technology brands such as Nikon, Canon and Epson!


Speaker 3: Guek Peng Siong



Peng Siong picked up photography back in the 1980s and has experience shooting different genres, ranging from events to sports photography. He also teach basic photography in Sony Digital Workshop, SAFRA Photographic Club and Singapore Colour Photographic Society.

On top of coaching, Peng Siong run regular photography related workshops and courses for Automobile Association of Singapore, Red Dot Photo as well as Army units.

Peng Siong also believes in returning to the society. He is actively involved in volunteering his photography services for Renci, Major Temple, Children Cancer Foundation. By invitation, he is also helping out in the New Media Team of Toa Payoh East, as a guiding mentor.

In Year 2012/2013, he have got the following titles,
Associateship Royal Photographic Society (ARPS), 2013
Associateship Singapore Colour Photographic Society (ASCPS), 2012
Associateship SAFRA Photographic Club (ASAFRAPC), 2012
 

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I have already registered for this event, wonder anyone else going?
Frankly speaking it's a first time I see such event using Mobile phone and it's pretty interesting.
One thing that isn't clear is whether at each point is there any charging point?
 

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I have already registered for this event, wonder anyone else going?
Frankly speaking it's a first time I see such event using Mobile phone and it's pretty interesting.
One thing that isn't clear is whether at each point is there any charging point?
So true.. 5hrs of shooting with mobile probably will drain the batt pretty soon.
any schedule of day's event?
 

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So true.. 5hrs of shooting with mobile probably will drain the batt pretty soon.
any schedule of day's event?
Worse scenario is phones like my Padfone, drains lots of battery when shooting continuously.
Probably per checkpoint, need to charge before going to next.
 

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I tink you are only expected to submit 1 photos frm each stations, give u 1hr at each station does not mean you shoot for 1hr mah.. U better check lol
 

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