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Located on the eastern part of Malaysia, Terengganu is a state proud of its rich traditions. This is a place where kite making and painted batik fabrics are revered as highly as traditional dance and silat martial arts.
Flanked by a 244km coastline, Terengganu is home to some of the most pristine beaches, and the unique rock formations along the coast make for dramatic long exposure master works.
Join us in a master workshop with a specially crafted itinerary and learn the secrets to photographing surreal seascapes adorned with mysterious rock formations.
Train your eyes to see visual balance and learn essential skills to organise chaos into stunning photographs. You will be guided to seek out the best perspectives and learn to use ND filters effectively to achieve results that are beyond your imagination.
Date: 19 - 22 Oct 2018
Destination: Terengganu, Malaysia
Min. to travel: 4 persons
Closing Date: 23 Sept 2018
- Instructor’s fees
- Full Accommodation
- Local Land & Sea transportation
- Air Tickets
Additional equipment: 6x & 10x ND filters
Singapore contact: (Tel) +65 6511 9388 (Email) firstname.lastname@example.org
Day 1 (19 Oct) – Arrival in Terengganu (Dungun)
Day 2 (20 Oct) - Dungun (Stay in Dungun)
8.00am - Breakfast
9.00am - Briefing on techniques, camera operations & use of gears (filters/tripod/cable release)
10.30am - Practical session (Dungun)
12.30pm - Lunch & free & easy
3.30pm - In-depth guidance in techniques & composition, Q & A & review
5.00pm - Practical session (Dungun)
8.00pm - Dinner & rest
Day 3 (21 Oct) - Dungun/Kijal (Stay in Kijal)
6.45am - Practical session (Kuala Abang/Dungun)
9.30am - Breakfast, free & easy, packing to head to Kijal
12.00pm - Check out & head to Kijal
1.00pm - Lunch
3.00pm - Check in
4.00pm - Practical session at Kemasek & Kijal
7.45pm - Dinner
9.30pm - Photo editing session, briefing for next morning’s shooting
10.30pm - Rest
Day 4 (22 Oct) - Kijal/Pulau Ular in Kuantan
6.15am - Travel to Pulau Ular (by road - 45 mins, boat - 15 mins)
7.00am - Practical session at Pulau Ular
10.00am - Return to Hotel
12.00pm - Check out
About the Instructor
Adam Tan is a fine arts photographer who was awarded 1st place in the National Geographic magazine’s international contest in 2013.
Born in 1958, he is passionately in love with his craft for more than twenty years, and photography is his means to explore the world.
Believing that a great photograph touches one’s heart and fires the imagination, Adam has devoted himself entirely to the seeking of beauty. A very experienced and patient mentor, he shares his techniques unreservedly and some of his students have gone on to win awards at international photo competitions.
His photographs have numerous awards including the Grand Prix la Decouverte in France and the International Juried Photography Show in USA. His works are in the permanent collection of the Bibliothèque Nationale de France and Mitsui Corporation. He was recognised as one of Top 20 Professional Photographers of the Year in UK in 2014.