CapitaLand Limited and National Geographic Channel cordially invites you to an exclusive photography seminar presented by renowned National Geographic photographer, Annie Griffiths.
The “Building People” seminar presented by Annie Griffiths is limited to 50 seats for ClubSNAP members, based on a first-come-first-serve basis. The seminar will take place on Friday, 17th August 2012 at Capital Tower from 10:00am-12:30pm.
During the seminar, Annie Griffiths will share easy-to-master secrets to high-quality photographs and introduce essential elements that make a picture successful and engaging. Drawing on her experiences as one of the first women photographers to work for National Geographic, Annie will also highlight the skills required to connect with and photograph people and buildings, demonstrating the art of storytelling through photography, and travelling light with photography equipment.
In addition, invitation is open to all to attend the opening of “Building People” Photography Exhibition on 17th August 2012 at ION Orchard, Basement 4, from 2:30pm-4:30pm, which will unveil the winners of the CapitaLand-NGC “Building People” Photography Competition.
There are only 20 seats available, maximum number of RSVP per person is 2 (you may bring a friend along). Don’t miss your chance to get first hand tips from Annie Griffiths.
Closing date of RSVPs: 13th August (or when slots are full). Interested participants, please log onto the following link to register. Please note that you’d need to arrange your own transportation and accommodation.
Registration URL: http://capitalandngc.
“Building People” Photography Seminar with Annie Griffiths
Date: 17th August 2012
Time:10:00am – 12.30pm
Venue: Capital Tower
STI Auditorium Level 9,
168 Robinson Road,
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