You will be transferred to leica-store.sg to complete the payment.
Inclusive of 2 x A3 Archival Fine Art photo prints
Open to all users of any camera brand
This September, take your macro photography to a higher level by learning to capture magazine-worthy photos of your favourite watches, the kinetic trajectory of water splashes, and the sculpted union of colourful water bodies.
Learn from Yew Mun a.k.a “Munster”, a professional luxury timepiece and jewellery photographer, and bring home an impressive photo portfolio of your favourite watch and jewellery. Learn to use props to creatively add new dimensions to your watch, and set up a flat lay to capture photos that are usually seen in top lifestyle magazines.
Transform the look of your images with different lighting techniques and perfect your timing to capture the water bodies in their perfect moments. No two images will ever be the same!
This workshop is opened to participants of any skills level and using any camera brands.
9.30am Introduction by the instructor
10.00am Water drop photo shoot
1.15pm Coloured water bodies photo shoot
3.00pm Timepiece/ jewellery photo shoot
Each participant will bring one favourite timepiece or jewellery
Basic knowledge of ISO, Aperture & Shutter Speed
Camera with lens that has macro capability
Camera with manual exposure function
Leica SL, CL and macro lenses can be made available for use during the workshop
About the Instructor
Munster specialises in cinematography which involved the artistic creation of moving visuals, and harnessing light to craft spectacular moods. In the last 12 years, Munster worked as a professional Fashion & Commercial Photographer, creating conceptually rich and stunning images for his clients, with a special focus on luxury jewellery and timepieces. His clients include Patek Philippe, Vacheron Constantin, MB&F, Roger Dubuis, Hermes, Chopard, and Tiffany & Co. His works have been published in Revolution, The Rake, Tatler, L'officiel, Her World, and Men's Folio, amongst others. Munster is also an adjunct lecturer at the Glasgow School of Arts in Singapore. www.munstercheong.com