How would you photograph the bride’s getting ready at 7:00am with no daylight, mixed lighting and rush factor? How do you achieve creative images with a bride who didn’t get enough rest, feeling nervous while trying to stay calm amidst all the haps. Bryan Foong, a multi-award winning wedding photographer for the last 11 years will guide a small group to master the Bride’s getting ready in the exact same way he would do it at a real job, at 7:00am. This unique workshop will demonstrate working efficiently in low light situations, communicating effectively with your subjects and also various techniques to yield more powerful photographs. You will also get 1:1 practice and guidance during this course.
As a Fellow of the Master Photographer Association, Triston has worked on a wide range of projects for various MNCs, statutory boards and educational institutions such as Amazon Web Services and Four Season Hotel Group. He was awarded Top prize in the Place Category with his entry entitled “Bathing in Budapest” in the National Geographic 2014 Photo Contest.
Distilling his experience in both commercial and travel photography, Triston has always seek to find the ideal frame in a composition. Exploring the human elements in various spaces has always been the driving force behind many of his creations.
Do come down and join Triston as he shares his insights on the framing of spaces both as a travel photographer and interior design photographer.