Chinatown Night Photography
(5.30pm - 9.30pm)
Any Day Subject To Availability
$280.00 per person
(Private One-On-One Workshop)
Outram Park Station
You will photograph Chinatown by night from interesting vantage points and angles, and venturing into back lanes and main streets to discover its hidden gems. You will learn to work with your camera settings to photograph in various lightings as the day changes from twilight into the night. Architectural photography is equally interesting on this route. There are rows of colourful post-war buildings built in the early 1900s with a design that is uniquely found in Singapore only. These shophouses are Singapore's heritage. Most of them are lit up at night with vibrant lightings. Walking on its five footway, which is a pedestrian walkway, gives you a closer look at the distinctive decorative features and finishes. From here, you will continue towards the colourful and bustling night street of Chinatown to capture some street scenes including people and light trails from moving traffics. The workshop ends in the heart of Chinatown.
Note: This workshop is also suitable for beginners who would like to include the learning of basic photography.
What Is Covered In This Workshop
Learn techniques of photographing breathtaking cityscape, architecture and street photography in low light and at night in Chinatown
Learn to create various interesting effects with long exposure techniques
Identify and work with the few important camera settings to enhance your photography qualities
Enhance your visual storytelling skills like a travel photographer
By The End Of The Workshop
You will know how to make full use of your in-camera settings to photograph in different and challenging light situations
You will be able to create different effects in capturing fascinating images in low light and at the night
You will be able to create images with light trails, light bursts and silky waters using the long exposure techniques
You will have the basic knowledge in identifying subjects that will make your travel photography interesting and memorable
What Do You Need For The Workshop
Your camera (DSLR, mirrorless or any digital camera)
Wide-angle lens with hood. If you have any other lenses that you want to try out, please feel free to bring them.
Few fully charged battery
Remote trigger or download your camera app to your smartphone to use as a trigger
Wear comfortable clothing.
Wear comfortable walking shoes or sandal
The evening with Caroline was fantastic. Caroline showed me a variety of sites to photograph in Singapore.
I thoroughly enjoyed my time, building knowledge of the area and getting a better understanding of photographing at night time. ~~~~~ Lisa G
Compilation of Singapore night photography in a short reel.