Intermediate & Advanced Photography Course
Discover Creativity, Break The Rules
Intermediate & Advanced Photography Course Introduction
Our Intermediate & Advanced Photography Course is specifically designed to strengthen the basic photography points covered in our 4 Sessions Basic Photography Course, and discover situations where photographers break them to achieve creativity.
Contrary to popular belief, creativity is not a talent given to a select few. It is a process and a set of learnable skills. Creative thinking often starts with different thinking. There are ways you can purposefully open your mind to a new perspective to see if it changes the way you think about and approach composition in photography.
To create an aspiring picture requires your power of imagination, eye for photography even to the slightest details, continuous practice, knowledge of camera functions, and photography know-how. No amount of words can compete with the power of a creatively taken picture and no photographer can capture a picture without using their imagination.
Our 5 Sessions Intermediate & Advanced Photography Course will equip you with a great variety of useful photography techniques suitable to be applied in real-world situations with full hands-on experiences in practical, at some of the most popular photography locations in Singapore.
Hence, in photography, the power of imagination brings the difference between photographers. The equipment used might be similar, however, thoughts on the creation of the picture in similar conditions by different photographers will produce different creative results. Creative expertise is all about combining modern theory with relevant functional abilities.
Upon completing our 5 Sessions Intermediate & Advanced Photography Course, Urban Exploration, be sure that you will be able to handle most of the different photography situations you might encounter in the near future.
Join the photography course now with Pictorial’s Founder Keith Low on an exclusive photography journey with 5 Sessions Intermediate Photography Course, Urban Exploration at Streets of Chinatown, Buddha Tooth Relic Museum, Merlion Park, Pulau Ubin & Haw Par Villa
Intermediate & Advanced Photography Course Outline
Street Photography At Pagoda Street (Practical)
- What is street photography? and the difference in travel photography
- 28mm, the golden number of street pictures
- Overcoming the fear in street pictures
- Learn and apply the most optimal camera settings of street photography; Lens, Camera, Settings, Composition & Exposure
- Zone focusing techniques in street photography
- Blind shooting & its purposes
- Create a better aesthetic in street photography through Black & White
Buddha Tooth Relic Museum (Indoor Practical)
- Critical pre-settings for indoor photography
- The differences between incident vs reflected light
- Recommended low-light settings
- Further White Balance understanding
- Unique settings to gain creative indoor results
- Using exposure differences to complement monotone
Landscape Photography Merlion Park (Practical)
- Creating a surreal landscape
- Understanding lenses filters ND, ND Grad, and circular polarizer and their applications
- Using slow shutter effect for creative results
- Application of white balance to create interesting results
- Correct usage of DRO/Active D-Lighting & HDR
- Further awareness of light stops calculation
Travel Photography At Pulau Ubin Island (Practical)
- The thematic approach in travel photography
- The most essential settings for great image quality in travel style pictures
- Choosing the best lens combo for travel pictures
- The ultimate picture; Foreground, subject & background
- The emotion of a photograph; light & shadow
Black & White Photography At Haw Par Villa (Practical)
- Why Black & White?
- Subjects to look out for a better Black & White expression
Understanding Black & White in getting rid of color confusion
- Recognizing essential elements in creating a good black & white picture
- Knowing Black & White Filters Application
- Controlling Highlight & Shadow
- Expression of High key & low key pictures
- Contrast vs gradients
- Making a compelling black & white picture through high ISO