Shriro – PMPE are pleased to present a Portraiture and Studio Lighting Workshop by Celebrity Photographer Azrul K. Abdullah on the 25th July 2010
Date: 25th July 2010
Time: 10am to 4.00pm
Lots 22 & 24,
Jalan 225, Section 51A,
46100 Petaling Jaya,
Selangor Darul Ehsan.
Tel: 603 – 7874 9842
Fax: 603 – 7875 2400
Brief Profile of Azrul K Abdullah
Azrul K Abdullah is a professional photographer based in Kuala Lumpur who shoots Architecture, Portraiture of Celebrities, Events like International Model Competition organized by Amber Chia and Commercial assignments.
He has served clients ranging from architects to publishers, with clients in Malaysia, Singapore, Shanghai, Hong Kong, Australia and the USA.
Azrul has served as a speaker on digital photography for Apple Malaysia and has held various exhibitions in his favourite medium; traditional black and white. His work has appeared in various publications including Off The Edge, The Sun, Architecture Malaysia, Design and Architecture Asia, PlanB, Cubes and Harper’s Bazaar. He has served as a judge for numerous photography competitions, a consultant to the Australian High Commission (Kuala Lumpur) for their 25th Anniversary of the chancery building and most recently a speaker at the UNHCR’s Regional Communications Conference held in Kuala Lumpur.
What will you take away from this Workshop?
This workshop is a hands-on workshop aimed at sharing with the participants the thought, personal approach and technical process of taking portraitures.
What is Portraiture?
- Introduction to portraiture
- Understanding portraiture – beyond the face
- Introduction to lighting
- Lighting attachments what are these used for?
- Introduction to studio cameras
- Portraiture workflow
- Hands-on assignments on portraiture (model provided)
- Critique session on the works done in the workshop
- Questions and answers session
How to register and pricing?
Workshop fees: RM400 per participant
What is included?
The workshop fees include the coffee breaks, lunch, model(s).
Where do I register?
You can pm or email to Maxby at [email protected] to reserve a place.
Places are limited to 12 participants per workshop