Theme: Heritage and Architecture
Venue: Dhoby Ghaut Green (next to MRT)
Date: August 29 - 30, 2015
Time: 6 - 7PM (both days)
Event is Free!
Join author and photographer Craig McTurk to understand more about the challenges of preserving heritage and architecture on film.
With excerpts from his book, Parting Glances: Singapore's Evolving Spaces, Craig will share his experiences in architectural photography; documentary photography; and portrait photography.
All photos were shot using a Nikon D700.
This talk is part of NParks' Artists' Night Out "Lights, Camera, Action!"at Dhoby Ghaut Green over 29-30 August 2015 (More details here)
Tree and cyclists at Seletar Camp
I love how this massive tree overwhelms the former British military quarters below. I waited for cyclists from a local mountain bike club to pass through to give a better sense of scale.
Kwan Wan Lien, master artisan
Kwan Wan Lien was 84 when this photo was taken a few years ago. Originally from China, he has 65 years of experience as a painter and restorer of antiques. His shop – Lu Ee Ge Antique House - is still in operation and is located near Tai Seng MRT. His son, Jerry, now manages the family business.
Come and hear Craig share his experience, as well as check out his book "Parting Glances: Singapore's Evolving Spaces" (purchase at event is available)!