Recommended For Advanced

Workshop Fees
Public: S$120
My Sony Members: S$80
SDW Members: S$80

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From theory to practical, participants will learn to advance their Landscape Photography skill in this workshop headed by multi-award winning photographer, Mr. Ng.Ngok Swee (Link to Portfolio).

You will learn about the core principles of Landscape Photography such as composition techniques and how to make use of different lenses, filters and tripod. This wil be followed by a outdoor shoot to hone the skills further and a follow up session on RAW image processing with dedicated guidance from the trainer.

This workshop is divided into 3-part.
Kindly ensure you have met the pre-requisite and read the curriculum section before registering for this workshop.

To participate, you need to have a interchangeable lens camera and able to commit to the full duration of the program.

The curriculum is designed for participants who are proficient in the following:

  1. Understands photography exposure
  2. Able to operate their camera and find settings on their own
  3. Understands how to control depth of field through:
    • Aperture
    • Focal Length
    • Distance
  4. Understands and practises different shutter speed application
  5. Understands and practises application of ISO under different photographic scenarios


Participants should have a laptop capable of handling post processing of images and a downloaded copy of Capture One software for the closing session.

Please refer to your confirmation email for the list of items to bring for the workshop.

Class size is restricted to 12 pax to ensure low student-teacher ratio.

  • Compositions in Landscape Photography
  • Tips on using different filters, tripod and ball head
  • Use of lenses ranging from Ultra wide to Telephoto
  • Getting the right exposure
  • RAW conversion and post processing workflow using Capture One
  • Guidance to obtain the best image and improvement tips


Session One
Friday, 10th January 2020
7.30pm to 9.30pm 
Agenda : Theory and Demonstration
Venue : SDW 313

Session Two
Saturday, 11th January 2020
5pm to 7pm
Agenda : On-location shoot

Session Three
Sunday, 12th January 2020
7pm to 9pm
Agenda : Post processing workflow
Venue :  SDW 313