KLPF Workshop: Portfolio Review Preparation

This workshop is tailored to assist photographers who are new to Portfolio Review. It will cover topics on what constitutes a portfolio, the different types of presentation, and the nature of the photo portfolio review.

Sunday, 28-October 2018 (2.00pm – 6.00pm)

Instructor: Dr. Oh Soon-Hwa

Dr. Soon-Hwa Oh is a photographer, curator, and lecturer in photography. She holds an MFA from the School of Visual Arts and an Ed.D from Columbia University in New York. Her recent photography projects focus on women and identity in relation with their familial structure. Over the years she participated in countless exhibitions from all over the world. She is a recipient of Ohio Arts Council Fellowship, Korea Arts Council Fellowship, and Aaron Siskind Memorial Scholarship. She is currently an associate professor at the School of Art, Design and Media, Nanyang Technological University in Singapore.

Limited to maximum 20 pax only.
Workshop fee: RM400 per pax.
Bank in fees to 564409603229 (Maybank) PCP Publications
Email your details to klpf@pcp2u.my (info required – Name, MyKad or Passport no., Mobile no., and proof of payment)

Participants are required to bring
1. own laptop computer
2. 15-20 images

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KLPF Workshop: Artistic Lighting

If you already know how to take good pictures but want to progress
and challenge your creativity, then explore the artistic side of photography using artificial light. It’s not complicated and the lighting
used are super cheap!

The Artistic Lighting Workshop will focus on two things:
1. The appreciation of art in photography
2. Shooting artistic photos using inexpensive lighting equipment
The workshop will start with an introduction to allow participants to
understand and appreciate photography as an art form and not merely about taking perfect or pretty pictures. Then there will be a live demonstration on how to take artistic photos using simple lighting, like a torchlight. All participants will have hands-on experience shooting their own pictures, i.e. trying out new ideas and capturing creative ways of lighting their images. In the final part of the workshop, participants’ favourite shots will be showcased for comments and feedback.

Note: There will be no Photoshop manipulation involved in this workshop. Images will be created in-camera.

Each participant is required to bring the following:
i. DSLR or Mirrorless camera
ii. Tripod
iii. Camera remote (optional)

Sunday, 28-October 2018 (9.00am – 1.00pm)

AZUL ADNAN
PHOTOGRAPHER / EDUCATOR
Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia

Azul is a freelance photographer, educator, artist and writer. He teaches photography at a few places, among them a multimedia college and an NGO for underprivileged children. He also teaches art. Azul shoots photos for events, concerts, annual reports, corporate collaterals and the food and beverage industry. He also does travel, street and documentary photography. He has had his photos published in magazines (Digital Camera, Lonely Planet, Philippine Airlines), newspapers (The Star, New Straits Times) and websites (National Geographic, BBC, Levi’s). His photos are being sold on stock websites, including Getty Images. As a writer he has
written articles for Advanced Images and GoAsia Plus magazines.

Together with three friends, Azul had his works exhibited as an art installation at the National Art Gallery, Malaysia (2012). In 2017 he took part in the Street Photography exhibition at MATIC, organised by Street2Street. Around the same time, two of his photos were on display in London and sold as part of the Photography on a Postcard
show in aid of the Hepatitis C Trust. In May 2018 he was invited to participate in the Jeonju International Photo Festival in Korea where a series of his black and white street photos were exhibited. Azul is a regular speaker at the annual Kuala Lumpur Photography Festival, Malaysia’s largest photography exposition.dasdafadfafggryu67867819644042919936_o

KLPF Workshop: Fine Art Digital Printing

Today, a camera is an extremely sophisticated device that produces well exposed photographs at a finger click. However, achieving consistently high-quality printing involves much more than simply hitting the “print” button. This hands on course covers the fundamentals of image editing, including RAW conversion, localized adjustments, and color to black-and-white conversions, as well as printer profiles, driver settings, and soft-proofing. Participants will use the latest Epson printers to explore a variety of papers. The goal of this workshop is to learn what to look for in great prints and how to control digital technology to realize your vision.

This course is designed for photographers interested in deepening their understanding of digital techniques leading to exhibition quality prints in both black and white and color.
We will explore digital color theory, various printing paper options, and photo editing techniques for fine print production.

Saturday, 27-October 2018 (9.00am – 1.00pm)

Instructor: Dr. Oh Soon-Hwa
Dr. Soon-Hwa Oh is a photographer, curator, and lecturer in photography. She holds an MFA from the School of Visual Arts and an Ed.D from Columbia University in New York. Her recent photography projects focus on women and identity in relation with their familial structure. Over the years she participated in countless exhibitions from all over the world. She is a recipient of Ohio Arts Council Fellowship, Korea Arts Council Fellowship, and Aaron Siskind Memorial Scholarship. She is currently an associate professor at the School of Art, Design and Media, Nanyang Technological University in Singapore.

Limited to 10 pax only.
Workshop fee: RM450 per pax.
Bank in fees to 564409603229 (Maybank) PCP Publications
Email your details to klpf@pcp2u.my (info required – Name, MyKad or Passport no., Mobile no., and proof of payment)

Participants are required to bring:-
-Digital files from which you want to make prints
-An external storage device
-Your camera that you use in order to check your settings

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Faces of the World

KLPF 2018 / 26-28 October 2018
@ Mid Valley Exhibition Centre

Annual Photography Exhibition
Theme: Faces of the World
Open for Submission

Terms & Conditions

KLPF Photo-creator of the Year 2018

Theme: Challenges

Open to all Malaysians only.
Closing Date for submissions: 10th August 2018
Short-listed entries will be exhibited at
Kuala Lumpur Photography Festival 2018
26-28 October, Mid Valley Exhibition Centre
Contact: +603-92818039 or klpf@pcp2u.my
Terms & Conditions