Travel photography: an inner perspective

The first of our workshops with Canon Singapore saw 45 readers learn more about travel photography
The first of our photography workshops with Canon Singapore was a great success

The first of our photography workshops with Canon Singapore was a great success

If you weren't one of the 45 lucky readers to make it for our Travel Photography workshop with Canon Singapore last Saturday at Gardens by the Bay, you missed out on a great chance to hear from award-winning travel photography Jino Lee

Don't worry though, you can still read up on some of his tips from our project feature. Meanwhile, check out what the workshop was like below to see what you could be getting in our next workshop.

Last minute revision

Last minute revision

Last minute revision

Everyone got a free copy of our June issue, along with a digital download of our August issue on Magzter. As Jino's photography tips were first published in the Projects section of our June issue, some of the participants took the chance to brush up on their knowledge before the workshop began. 

A deeper understanding

An inner perspective on travel photography

An inner perspective on travel photography

An inner perspective on travel photography

An inner perspective on travel photography

An inner perspective on travel photography

An inner perspective on travel photography

The workshop was conducted by award-winning travel photographer and Canon instructor Jino Lee, who shared his unique insights on how, where, and what to shoot while abroad. In addition, he elaborated on the various elements that make a good shot, especially in terms of composition and perspective.

He also shared the equipment he usually carried around in his bag, as well as the kinds of lenses needed to achieve effects needed for different purposes.

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Try and shoot

Let's be Practical

Let's be Practical

Let's be Practical

Let's be Practical

Participants were also given free rein of Gardens by the Bay to try and put what they just learned into practice. Canon was also on hand to provide some of their cameras and lenses for them to experiment with.