You might have read our ultimate guide to photography. But sometimes, it’s better to hear it from renowned experts in the field of photography.
If you have S$10 to spare (honestly, it’s just two less cups of bubble tea), you can purchase a ticket to meet photojournalist Julius Schrank and hear his thoughts on photography.
Based in Amsterdam, Netherland, Schrank is a trained photojournalist who studied photojournalism and documentary photography at the Hannover University of Applied Sciences in Germany. His works are mainly found in Dutch daily newspaper De Volkskrant and he also has personal projects that focus mainly on southeast Asia.
Besides meeting one of the masters of photography, you’ll get a chance to peer into the mind of the man who won the Daily Life, Singles category for the World Press Photo 2014 awards with his entry, “Kachin Fighters”. Taken in the city of Laiza, in Kachin State, northern Burma (Myanmar). the said submission depicts the soldiers of the Kachin Independence Army (KIA), drinking and singing together at a funeral for one of their commanders.
If you have more burning questions about his other photographic masterpieces, you can toss a few questions his way during the Q&A at the end of the talk organised by Canon Singapore.
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