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Come on this shutterbugs dream with one of the finest photographers who knows every nook and cranny in Singapore. Our photographer has the gift of knowing when to use whichever techniques to suit the situation. Most important of all, our expert teacher knows what techniques to share with photographers of different levels of expertise. Keeping instructions simple and easy to follow.
Even though our resident photographer shoots nature, animals, people and buildings. But it is in architecture and buildings where she has a deep passion for. In this workshop, she will take you to Housing Development Board (HDB) flats. HDB flats are public housing where 85% of Singaporeans live. HDB flats are a fascinating subject to shoot. Why? HDB flats are seemingly nondescript and easily overlooked by locals but with an expert, you will see the true beauty and character that makes up what is authentic and real Singapore.
On this tour, you get to shoot HDB flats from different heights, rooftops mid-level and ground up. Also, interesting bits that make up a HDB flat like mailboxes, railings, pipes, windows and common areas like void decks and playgrounds. Also, HDB flats usually are a bustle of activity where locals do their shopping of daily necessities, so you will also shoot a local market, flower and fruit shops, a food centre and a wet market.
We get ask that question a lot and frankly this is for all levels of proficiency. But this answer satisfies you as much as getting a "Oh it depends what you like" answer when asking a wait staff for recommendations on what to eat. But seriously, our instructor is able to calibrate according to varying levels.
There's always some technique to learn from others, don't you agree? If you are keen to add to your repertoire of tricks and tips and apply them to our very unique HDB architecture, get ready to be blown away by the possibilities.
We bring you to our favorite HDB apartments blocks. And we bring to life the story behind the buildings and story of HDB. Otherwise, all you end up with is great pictures of physical structures. The stories are the soul and lifeblood of great pictures.
Most certainly not. In fact, there will be more recreational photographers than you think. People who love this tour come because they want to do something different on their holidays besides eating and shopping. And what better way to do that then doing a photography-cum-learning about a city experience. And part of the fun beyond purely technical stuff is to find great compositions, frames and sharing them with others.
Are smartphones ok? You bet. So smartphones, point and shoots, DSLRs. If it shoots, bring it.