Singapore hosts a rich diversity of both native and migratory birds, which can be found right in the heart of our city. During this event, we will cover basic techniques for avian photography, and learn what avian photography is about.
The event is open to both beginners and enthusiasts interested in learning about avian and wildlife photography.
- Basic photography knowledge (ability to operate camera in manual/aperture/shutter speed mode)
- Tele-zoom lens will be useful, so bring it if you have one. Canon will also be providing some tele-zoom lens for Canon DSLR users.
Since young, Daryl have been intrigued with animals and their behaviour, so it became natural when he got hooked into wildlife photography. Particularly, Daryl do not simply document, but hope to convey a story of animal behaviour and the ecosystem they live in. When in Singapore, Daryl spends time capturing images of native and migratory birds. On regular basis, Daryl travels to places as remote as Alaska and Africa to pursue his passion for wildlife photography.
Daryl is active in international photography salons, and have won several award. In 2014, he was awarded the Distinction of Associateship from The Royal Photographic Society (ARPS). Recently, he has been active as a judge in international photography salons. Finally, Daryl is also Vice President of Nature Photographic Society of Singapore (NPSS).
Please remember to bring your own camera, batteries, memory cards, and tripods.
Venue: Gardens by the Bay
Meeting Point: Information Counter / Outside McDonald’s
We appreciate your timely attendance for the outing.
Registration at 7:20am, we move off at 7:30am sharp.
WE ARE LOCATED AT: 1 Fusionopolis Place, (Level 3, Training Room) Galaxis (via East Lobby) Singapore 138522
Thank you and looking forward to having you in our class.