Capture Aspirations Workshop

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Capture Aspirations Workshop is a photography workshop for youth at risk in Singapore. We had 4 sessions:
- Nature Photography
- Street Photography
- Art Photography
- Community Photography

https://www.facebook.com/MakethechangeSG

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Capture Aspirations Workshop

  1. 1. Capture Aspirations Use photography to inspire youth!
  2. 2. 7 Youths from Jalan Kukoh
  3. 3. Alan Lim School of Photography Nikon Photographer C.S. Ling 2011 Woman of the Year Nikon Photographer
  4. 4. 10 volunteers
  5. 5. 4 Photography sessions: Street Photography Nature Photography Art Photography Community Photography
  6. 6. Meet our Photographers!
  7. 7. Student Photographer Aisyah
  8. 8. Picture by Aisyah
  9. 9. Picture by Aisyah
  10. 10. Picture by Aisyah
  11. 11. Student Photographer Syafiqah
  12. 12. Picture by Syafiqah
  13. 13. Picture by Syafiqah
  14. 14. Picture by Syafiqah
  15. 15. Student Photographer Saddam
  16. 16. Picture by Saddam
  17. 17. Picture by Saddam
  18. 18. Pictures by Saddam
  19. 19. Student Photographer Chan Kuang Hwa
  20. 20. Pictures by Chan Kuang Hwa
  21. 21. Pictures by Chan Kuang Hwa
  22. 22. Pictures by Chan Kuang Hwa
  23. 23. Student Photographer Helmi
  24. 24. Picture by Helmi
  25. 25. Picture by Helmi
  26. 26. Picture by Helmi
  27. 27. Student Photographer Hidayah
  28. 28. Picture by Hidayah
  29. 29. Picture by Hidayah
  30. 30. Picture by Hidayah
  31. 31. Having fun while learning photography
  32. 32. Aspirational Dinner with Role Models and MP. Dr. Neo
  33. 33. Next steps for our program Photo exhibition in with in Jalan Kukoh Photo exhibition in art galleries in Singapore Photography journal booklet Interested in helping? Contact us! pedro@madglobal.org

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