Leica Store Singapore

Portraiture: Exploring The Creative Process (Intermediate)

$179.00
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Update: The workshop is fully  booked. If you are interested in attending this workshop, kindly join the waitlist. We will inform you once it is available. Thank you. 

Shooting portraits is one of the most challenging but rewarding subjects in photography, and in this workshop, you will discover the creative process behind setting up and executing portrait photos. 

The focus of this workshop will be on exploring the creative process, with each step covered; from the development of a visual concept, to preparing and organising the shoot, to the final execution of it. 

This class is strictly limited to only 6 participants to ensure a quality experience. 

Topics covered include: 

  • Understanding Editorial Vision
  • Lighting
  • Posing
  • Connection with People
  • Photographic Techniques
  • Working with a production crew
  • Retouching
  • Resizing for Digital
  • Preparing for Printer

Who should attend:
This workshop is open to anyone who is interested in portrait photography for personal or commercial use, especially University-level students studying photography or wanting to pursue a career in portrait or commercial photography. 

Pre-requisites:
This is not a basic photography workshop. All Leica Intermediate workshops require that you have a basic understanding of photography techniques and are familiar with your camera. Knowledge of basic printing and retouching concepts will be helpful to ensure that you get the most from the experience.

 For those whom have never been formally trained in photography or a novice (only using automatic), we strongly suggest a pre-requisite workshop in Photography Fundamentals.

Date & Time:
9 July 2022
1 - 4pm

Note: Participants are responsible in ensuring that you are available to attend the workshop on the selected date and time. No cancellation or refund is allowed upon sign up. 

Meet-up Location:
Leica Store Raffles Hotel

Instructor: 
Adele Chan (@adele__chan)

Things to note:
  • All cameras are welcome and there will be a limited selection of Leica gear available for attendees to use. 
  • No cancellation or refund upon sign up. 

COVID Requirements:

All participants attending this workshop will be required to be fully vaccinated and provide proof of vaccination. This requirement applies to students, staff, and instructors involved. 

Update: The workshop is fully  booked. If you are interested in attending this workshop, kindly join the waitlist. We will inform you once it is available. Thank you. 

Shooting portraits is one of the most challenging but rewarding subjects in photography, and in this workshop, you will discover the creative process behind setting up and executing portrait photos. 

The focus of this workshop will be on exploring the creative process, with each step covered; from the development of a visual concept, to preparing and organising the shoot, to the final execution of it. 

This class is strictly limited to only 6 participants to ensure a quality experience. 

Topics covered include: 

  • Understanding Editorial Vision
  • Lighting
  • Posing
  • Connection with People
  • Photographic Techniques
  • Working with a production crew
  • Retouching
  • Resizing for Digital
  • Preparing for Printer

Who should attend:
This workshop is open to anyone who is interested in portrait photography for personal or commercial use, especially University-level students studying photography or wanting to pursue a career in portrait or commercial photography. 

Pre-requisites:
This is not a basic photography workshop. All Leica Intermediate workshops require that you have a basic understanding of photography techniques and are familiar with your camera. Knowledge of basic printing and retouching concepts will be helpful to ensure that you get the most from the experience.

 For those whom have never been formally trained in photography or a novice (only using automatic), we strongly suggest a pre-requisite workshop in Photography Fundamentals.

Date & Time:
9 July 2022
1 - 4pm

Note: Participants are responsible in ensuring that you are available to attend the workshop on the selected date and time. No cancellation or refund is allowed upon sign up. 

Meet-up Location:
Leica Store Raffles Hotel

Instructor: 
Adele Chan (@adele__chan)

Things to note:
  • All cameras are welcome and there will be a limited selection of Leica gear available for attendees to use. 
  • No cancellation or refund upon sign up. 

COVID Requirements:

All participants attending this workshop will be required to be fully vaccinated and provide proof of vaccination. This requirement applies to students, staff, and instructors involved. 

Adele Chan (@adele__chan) Leica Ambassador

Adele Chan is an Editor, Author and Photographer based in Singapore, with close to 20 years of experience in the media industry. She is currently the Editor-In-Chief of NYLON SINGAPORE, and has also written, photographed and published three books, Editing Beauty I, II and III. She is also a Leica M ambassador and shoots predominantly on the Leica M10-P, M10-R and M11, using a range of M lenses including her favourite Summilux-M 35 f/1.4 ASPH lens.

Among her accomplished works, Adele had a solo exhibition titled, “Face Value” that was shown at Leica Galerie Singapore featuring “influencers” and “girls of Instagram”, throwing the spotlight on the changing face of media and how society places values on them. More recently, she exhibited a series of lifestyle portraits called, “We The People”, depicting Singaporeans as a diverse society where every citizen is essential in their own way. Adele has also photographed a myriad of celebrities and covers for NYLON, as well as beauty and fashion campaigns for an extensive list of renowned brands including Shiseido, shu uemura, L’Oréal, Hermès, Chanel and Dior.

She believes strongly in the empowerment of “real photography”, relying on proper composition, camera settings and lighting, and leaving little to the post-editing process. You can see her works on Instagram @adele__chan.

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