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Singapore F1 Grand Prix Photography Course & Workshop

Singapore F1 Grand Prix Photography Course & Workshop

Singapore F1 Grand Prix Photography Course & Workshop

Singapore F1 Grand Prix Photography Course & Workshop

I normally shoot only fast birds and wild animals deep in the tropical jungle of Asia. But The Singapore F1 Grand Prix was challenging as fast cars raced at night. The Singapore F1 Grand Prix event attracted about 240,000 spectators over the weekend in September 2010. Many of them were keen photographers. Last year we conducted the Singapore F1 Grand Prix Photography Course & workshop in September.

Unless you were the official F1 Grand Prix Photographers, you would not get the un-obstructed view of the race. Fences were everywhere. How to get a good un-obstructed view on The Singapore F1 Grand Prix event ? Where should you stand? What shutter speed should you use? What lens should use bring? Singapore Nature @ Workphotography workshop provides basic Photography Courses and classes to help you understand the basics in photography.

If you have difficulties understanding the write up below, join us in the 3 day basic photography workshop in Singapore. Unlike reading from your camera manual, the 3 day photography course in Singapore is designed to explain technical jargons into simple language that is easy to understand and implement.

Here is a write up to help you get better photos at the Singapore F1 Grand Prix Photography through the Singapore F1 Grand Prix Photography Workshop Singapore.

Click on the image below to see the PDF format.

Singapore F1 grand prix photography

Singapore F1 grand prix photography workshop

Click above link or click on the first image on the left ” Grand Prix Photography “.

To see the latest course schedule click here.

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