Singapore Night Photography

Hone your skills on street, low light and night photography while exploring picturesque and vibrant Singapore from twilight hour into the night.

4 hours

Highlights:

  • Learn tips and techniques on street photography, low light, long exposure and night photography 
  • Hands-on experience to photograph Singapore's local scenes and major landmarks in different lighting, from twilight hour to night
  • Private workshop with personalised and quality coaching

Fee: 

SGD 220.00 per person (1 person)

SGD 190.00 per person ( 2 persons)

SGD 150.00 per person (3 to 4 persons)

(Train fare of SGD 1.60 per person to be purchased by participant at the ticket counter. Please read important notes below)

Group Size:

If you have a group, it is recommended to keep the group size to 4 persons to ensure quality coaching is extended to every participant. 

The Workshop:

We will make our way towards Kampong Glam, one of the many captivating ethnic neighbourhoods in Singapore. We will go through your camera settings at a picturesque open plaza, giving you some ideas to jumpstart your photography adventure. 

You will be photographing interesting mix of modern and historical architectural features in the vicinity. That includes the Sultan Mosque, one of Singapore’s national monuments. Then we continue to stroll down a colourful lane adorned with a series of wall arts. Here you will get to practice street photography techniques to capture the hustle and bustle of the area. 

As the sun starts to set, we venture through the street to try different camera settings and perspectives to create compelling images with the changing light conditions.

The after dark photo shoot continues with long exposure techniques to shoot light trails, composing it against a landscape of old and modern architecture from an elevated vantage point. Then we head towards the riverside park to photograph reflection images on water using low light photography techniques. The impressive National Stadium with a retractable rooftop across the river is one of the subjects for this technique.  

From here, we will make our way towards the Marina Bay. You get to see spectacular views and vivid details on this side of the island as it transform at nightfall into a vibrant colourful city. We will take our time to capture unique angles of famous landmarks such as the Singapore Flyer, Marina Bay Sands and the Helix Bridge. This walkabout ends at the Marina Bay area.

Starts / Ends: 

17:30 hours to 21:30 hours

Meeting Point & Time: 

Bugis train station at 17:15 hours (Meeting point will be reconfirmed again nearer to the date)

Date:

Any day. Confirmation is subject to availability.

Photo Gallery:


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Photos from recent workshops

Note: Sceneries may differ on the actual day of shoot due to changes in lightings, show time & etc.

Capturing vibrant night scenery of the Marina Bay Sands with long exposure.
Singapore Night Photography - Capturing laser lights beaming from the Marina Bay Sands while spectators are watching the water light show at ground level.
Participant capturing the ambience of Singapore artsy lanes.
Participant capturing the colourful historical shop houses at Haji Lane.
Singapore street photography - photographing candid shot of people and activities.
Singapore street photography.
Wall art at Haji Lane.
Singapore photography of historical monument - Sultan Mosque at Kampong Glam.
Singapore Night Photography - Photographing scenery in low light.
Singapore Night Photography - Capturing the scene with available light source to create the ambience.
Singapore Night Photography - Helix Bridge.
Singapore Night Photography.
Singapore night scene of the Marina Bay Sands laser light show.
Singapore Street Photography - Capturing historical architecture at sunset.
Singapore Street Photography - Using creative angle to make interesting images.

Capturing vibrant night scenery of the Marina Bay Sands with long exposure. Singapore Night Photography - Capturing laser lights beaming from the Marina Bay Sands while spectators are watching the water light show at ground level. Participant capturing the ambience of Singapore artsy lanes. Participant capturing the colourful historical shop houses at Haji Lane. Singapore street photography - photographing candid shot of people and activities. Singapore street photography. Wall art at Haji Lane. Singapore photography of historical monument - Sultan Mosque at Kampong Glam. Singapore Night Photography - Photographing scenery in low light.  Singapore Night Photography - Capturing the scene with available light source to create the ambience. Singapore Night Photography - Helix Bridge. Singapore Night Photography. Singapore night scene of the Marina Bay Sands laser light show. Singapore Street Photography - Capturing historical architecture at sunset. Singapore Street Photography - Using creative angle to make interesting images.

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Things to bring and wear for the walkabout:

1. Your camera (DSLR, mirrorless or any digital camera)

2. Wide angle lens with hood. If you have any other lens that you want to try it out, please feel free to bring them.

3. Tripod

4. Remote trigger

5. Few fully charged battery

6. Memory cards

7. Sunscreen

8. Insect Repellant 

9. Drinking water

10. Comfortable clothing

11. Comfortable walking shoes or sandal


Important Notes:

1. This is a private workshop with minimum one participant to go. If you have a group, it is recommended to keep the group size to 4 persons to ensure quality coaching is extended to every participant. 

2. Price includes professional photographer guide and tutorial. Price excludes transportation to/from attractions, food and drink. There is no hotel pickup and drop-off. There is no entrance fees to be incurred for this walkabout. If there is any, then it will be on participant's own expenses. There is a train fare of SGD1.60 per person to be purchased by the participant at the ticket counter. 

3. Please book at least 7 days in advance. Confirmation will be subject to availability and will be emailed to you.

4. To book a spot,  you may either use the following contact form or email us. Provide us with your name, contact, number of participant and your preferred date for the workshop. 

5. Full payment is required to confirm your participation.

6. Mode of payment - credit card via Pay Pal or bank transfer.

7. Payment is non-refundable. Postponement to another workshop date is possible provided Caroline is available on the requested date.

8. We reserve the right to change the dates, route or venue of the workshop should there be any unforeseen circumstances that arise which are beyond our control. Such circumstances can be due to heavy rain which makes outdoor shoot impossible. Your safety is also our priority.


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