photography workshop “女性感覺攝影班”
Wishing all of you a Happy Chinese New year.
The Women’s Chapter is organizing a photography workshop “女性感覺攝影班” , which will be held over 2 Saturdays in April. We have invited Ms Toby Wong, a renowned local female photographer to be our instructor.
Toby is a professional digital retoucher and photographer with more than 15 years’ experience. She is the founder of Image Factory, where she continuously develops high quality commercial photography, post-production as well as creations. Since 2009, she has been offering Hong Kong’s first photography course specifically designed for women. This course is tailored made for females, with emphasis on bringing out inner emotions and expression through photography. Apart from the more emotional side of photography, basic and essential techniques will be taught too.
This 8 hours course covers the basic concepts and techniques of photography. Moreover, it focuses on the feminine side of photography, and includes practical sessions.
Date: 18 & 25 April 2015, Saturday Time: 2pm - 6pm Venue: Fung Ying Seen Koon Meeting Room 2, 2/F, Hong Kong Academy of Medicine Jockey Club Building, 99 Wong Chuk Hang Road, Aberdeen Registration Fee: $1,500
Target participants include all female beginners, with interest in photography. Students are required to bring their own digital camera (range from smartphone to DSLR)
You are highly recommended to attend both dates to have a complete experience. Should you have any queries concerning the course content and schedule, please feel free to email Dr Alfred CC Wong at firstname.lastname@example.org .
To register for the activity, please email Miss Cathy FUNG at email@example.com. Places are limited, with maximum of 30 participants. Please fill in the reply slip with cheque payable to “The College of Surgeons of Hong Kong flower girl jewelry Limited” on or before 31st March 2015.
Thank you and hope you will all find the course interesting and fruitful.
Dr Ada Tsui-lin NG
Chairlady of Women’s Chapter
College of Surgeons of Hong Kong
DATE18 & 25 Apr 2015