- Jul 19, 2012
Photography is an incredible art, means of capturing memories and documenting life, which some use as a hobby and others as a profession while doing what they love. Join Adobe and Triston Yeo, a commercial photographer, to learn some tips and useful techniques of Photoshop CC and Lightroom 5 – the powerful tools for photographers.
Triston is an accredited Fellow of the Master Photographer Association of UK, and he is also acknowledged as one of Asian Geographic’s Best Photographer of the Decade.
This seminar will help you take your photography to an amazing new level of productivity, efficiency, and fun with real world insider techniques that will make your life easier, and free your time so you can do what you really want with your photography.
Date: 29 April 2014, Tuesday
Time: 6.30pm to 9.30pm
Venue: Room 801, Level 8 NTUC Centre
No. 1 Marina Boulevard,
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Fellow, Master Photographer Association (FMPA)
Formally trained in Finearts through the Art Elective Programme, majoring in Theatre Studies at the National University of Singapore, Triston has always been attracted to the creative realm. Distilling years of experience in traditional and performing arts, Triston has since chosen photography as his vehicle to push the boundaries of art.
As a fine art photographer, Triston constantly works to see beyond the obvious, to include only the necessary. He has been accredited as a Fellow of the Master Photographer Association of UK, and acknowledged as one of Asian Geographic’s Best Photographer of the Decade.
Triston has worked on a wide range of projects for various MNCs, statutory boards and educational institutions such as Pontiac Land, Bank Julius Baer, Credit Suisse, Changi Airport, Maritime Port Authority of Singapore and Institute of Technical Education. He has also worked with various tourism organizations such as the Sri Lanka Tourism Bureau, Hungarian Embassy, Thailand Tourism Board and Laos Tourism Board, seeking to bring out the hidden beauty of these countries through his photographs.