Sony South East Asia is hosting its biggest Sony Digital Workshop ever for photography beginners, enthusiasts and professionals in Singapore.
Titled “10 Professionals / 13 Sessions”, Sony has invited 10 established lensmen to share more about their craft and discuss topics such as portrait photography, photojournalism and flash photography.
This is the largest number of speakers to have participated and this year’s workshops will also include sessions on film making and videography for the very first time.
Some of these renowned speakers include:
– Veteran National Geographic photographer Michael Yamashita, who has received numerous awards throughout his 30 years in the industry, is known for epic stories that cover the landscapes and legends of Asia. He has held major exhibitions of his work globally and published ten books
– Professional photographer Manny Librodo, who has achieved worldwide fame with his particular style in digitally retouching portrait photography. In 2009, he was named by Scott Kelby as one of the five best photographers in the world.
– Multi-awarded and internationally recognised young director Pepe Diokno, who was mentioned as one of the world’s 100 exceptional emerging film makers by UK’s Phaidon Press. Recipient of the Venice Film Festival’s Lion of the Future Award in 2009, he will share tips and tricks on storytelling and visual imagery to help get a film off the ground.
– Renowned local filmmaker Jack Neo, whose humorous vignettes of the Singapore culture and community has endeared him to the hearts of many, will talk about his journey in film making and how to develop one’s personal style of movie directing.
The workshops will be held on 30 March, 31 March, 6 April and 20 April at The Chamber, Old Parliament House and on 27 April at the Sony Store at Isetan Orchard.
Members of the public who are interested to participate in these workshops can register their interest now, at www.sony.com.sg/sdw1013.
Sessions / courses timing:
There are a couple of free sessions / courses but with limited spaces.
Paid session / course fees vary on topic, S$30 or S$40.
SDW members get $20 off paid sessions / courses, so do remember to log in before registering or before the credit card payment page.
As confirmed with PR team, these workshops are open to all brand users (e.g. Canon, Nikon, Sony, Pentax or etc).
For all to learn and discuss photography techniques 🙂
That’s just awesome! (and because of that, i registered for 2 courses~ Photojournalism and Conceptual Portraits)
So, if you are interested in any session / course, register now! 🙂