Have a story you wish to tell visually and textually? Let the ideas flow in this engaging workshop conducted by veteran photographer and writer Lee Leng Kiong. Get to explore historic stretches of the Singapore River starting from the Raffles landing site, pick up quick and handy tips on capturing dynamic photos and then be guided along to write an accompanying prose in response to the site you photographed. The session is conducted in Mandarin and ticketed at $10 per pax.
Pre-requisites: Participants are to bring their own digital camera and card reader/usb cable. If you do not have one, you may use a 4G mobile phone with an email account.
- Event venue: Living Room
- Buy Link: https://riversidetales.peatix.com/
- Event price: $10
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- Event start date: 2018-08-04 09:10
- Event end date: 2018-08-04 09:10
- Custom Event Date(s): 4 Aug 2018, Sat
- Custom Event Time(s): 4.30pm - 7.30pm
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About the Facilitator
Lee Leng Kiong is a local author and photographer.
He was the content creator and editor of MINDEF's Pioneer Magazine, a publication for internal circulation among the NS men.
He started his 30-year career with the then Radio & Television of Singapore (now MediaCorp) in 1980. He has since directed and produced close to 800 episodes of Chinese drama serials on Channel 8, including several award-winning serials like Holland Village, The Legends of Ji-Gong, Bukit Ho Swee, Heart Beat, Mars Vs Venus, Portrait of Home, and Like Father, Like Daughter.
He left MediaCorp in 2008 and started to pursue his passion in photography and literary writing. He captures many photos and rejuvenates each of the selected ones for posting by combining it with creative writing. He has since conducted sharings of his creative work at various reading clubs, photography clubs, schools, and MediaCorp Radio Capital 95.8 FM.
Lee’s publications include photobooks Photos For Thought I (2013), Photos For Thought II(2015), Photos For Thought III (2016), and an autobiography Looking Back (2015).
Image credit: Lee Leng Kiong
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