2h over 1 session

Course Description
Jalan Besar is a centrally located one-way road in Singapore whose unassuming surrounding streets are dotted with an eclectic mix of old-school businesses like industrial hardware stores and traditional cuisines, and highly acclaimed third-wave coffee spots, boutique hotels and vibrant murals — many of which are housed in conserved shophouses with unique architectural features and intricate details. 

Soak in the atmosphere while learning about street photography, architecture photography, simple portraiture, and shooting during the beautiful evening “golden hour” and sunset. Participants are to bring their own cameras they are comfortable with; smartphones are suitable too.

This session is currently at full capacity. Please email us at to be added to the waitlist for future photowalks.

Workshop Fee

Amrita Chandradas (View Profile)

Next Dates
Sat 26 June 2021, 4pm to 6pm

Course Overview 

The class will meet at Jalan Besar (the exact meeting point will be communicated to participants prior to the workshop date) for a guided shoot focused on the following:

• Street photography
• Architecture photography
• Simple portraiture
• Shooting during the evening “golden hour”
• Shooting at sunset
• Review of images in group sharing session

The workshop will also dismiss from the Jalan Besar area.

Technical requirements
Participants are to bring their own cameras that they are comfortable with for this workshop. Smartphones are suitable as well. Tripods may be loaned from Objectifs, subject to availability.

[Phase 3] Covid-19 Health & Safety Advisory and Measures
Please note this photowalk will take place offline, in Jalan Besar. The following measures will apply:

  • Maximum class size of four participants + one instructor
  • Participants to wear face masks throughout and to be seated at least 1m apart from each other
  • Instructors to wear face mask while they are teaching and they must maintain a distance from the participants.

*Please refer here for our full advisory on health and safety in light of Covid-19. These measures are based on the latest government guidelines, and are subject to further changes. Please do not hesitate to contact us at with further queries or concerns.

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