The historical Bukit Brown Cemetery combines lush landscapes with cultural elements, making it a favourite destination for birdwatchers, hikers, and history buffs. Nearby, MacRitchie Reservoir is a verdant tropical jungle teeming with wildlife, birds and idyllic natural scenes. This course will explore both areas as photographic subjects for learning about landscape and documentary photography.
Note: All applicants for this course must submit 10 of their own photographs to be considered for admission by the trainer. Please email it to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Trainer: Steve Golden
Steve Golden is a freelance travel and documentary photographer whose work has been used in books, magazines, newspapers, televised news, and digital articles. His latest book, Faces of Yangon, was published in 2020 and the work was exhibited at the Leica Gallery in Marina Bay Sands. He has lived in Asia for 32 years, including Japan and Singapore.
|No. of classes||Days||Dates||Time|
|5||Every Wednesday & Saturday||3 Nov – 17 Nov 2021||7:00pm – 9:00pm (Wed) and 7:00am – 10:00am (Sat)|
Digital SLRs, preferably with interchangeable lenses. Tripods are essential.
Open to all photographers, regardless of ability level*. Cameras with interchangeable lenses are preferred but not required.
Note: Do note that outdoor shooting timings may change depending on optimal conditions.
*For absolute beginners, you may wish to join Digital Photography for Absolute Beginners I & II before joining this course.
This course will require attendees to hike on trails for up to one hour in each direction for outdoor shoots.
The subject matter at Bukit Brown will include historical Chinese grave markers. Those who are not comfortable with photographing religious scenes, iconography or graves should avoid this course.
(after National Silver Academy subsidy)