2.5h over 1 session
Once the living quarters of British servicemen from the 1930s to the 1970s, Wessex Estate still boasts of a unique and idyllic charm that is hard to find elsewhere in Singapore. Lined with black-and-white colonial apartment blocks that are situated next to sprawling fields with their strategically planted trees, the serene estate not only harkens to the country’s colonial past, but also the troops’ attempts to transform a piece of Singapore into a place reminiscent of home.
This purposefully-crafted route will first take participants through the quickly transforming Tanglin Halt heartlands and parts of the Rail Corridor before arriving at Wessex Estate. Participants will get the opportunity to visually document and juxtapose – not to mention, contemplate – vastly different sights of local ‘heritage’. The route will end at Colbar Cafe, a quaint old-school eatery situated next to Wessex Estate.
If you are looking to experience and learn more about Singapore by going off the beaten path to explore her hidden gems, as well as train your eye to photograph the unique compositions and shapes of the architectural features and scenic landscapes in these areas, wait no further – come join us for this guided photowalk!
Please register via our website.
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Tom White (View the profiles of our instructors here.)
Thu 9 Nov, 9am to 11.30am
The class will meet at Commonwealth MRT Station and dismiss from Colbar Cafe along Whitchurch Road. More information on the exact meeting point will be communicated via email prior to the start of the session.
The session will focus on the following:
• Compositional tips
• Architectural photography
• Nature photography
• Review of images in group sharing session
Participants are to bring their own cameras that they are comfortable with for this workshop. Smartphones are suitable as well.
As the session entails walking outdoor for approximately 2km, please dress suitably and bring along an umbrella/hat and sufficient hydration. The use of insect repellent/patches is also recommended.
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When: 9 Nov 2023, 9am - 11.30am