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I love Lumix Photography Workshop & Cosmo Youth Parade 2012

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Got invited by omy.sg to attend a workshop by Bob Lee organized by Panasonic. I was given the option to choose between Videography or Photography. In the end, I picked photography because my knowledge skills for photography is only like 20% despite 2 years of experience of owning a Canon DSLR without knowing how to use the manual function. Didn't took the effort to learn much about photography for the past 2 years! So I thought this was the chance to learn!

The people that attended the workshop were loan a set of Lumix GF5 camera for the workshop and we got to use it for the the Cosmo Youth Parade for SHINE Youth Festival 2012 held immediately after the workshop.

All photos were taken by Lumix GF5. Not my usual DSLR camera!
I was exploring the functions of the camera and I thought it was quite simple to use!

This is how the camera looks like! The lens can be detached and change to another one! So it's equivalent to a DSLR, touch screen function but Sadly no flip screen!

Testing the flash function! It is actually not bad!!! ^.^ Eileen, Cookie & Yan Teng!

Camwhore-ed with other bloggers before we left for the Cosmos Youth Parade!
Eileen got the white camera! But i got the dark pink/red! It was the coolest one! :P
Yan Teng and I!
Hoho! Miranda was here too! She came from the videography workshop!

So after dragging abit we rushed down to Takashimaya, where the Cosmo Youth Parade was held at.
This was my mediapass to prove that I was the photographer for the event!
It was super hot! Perspiring like mad!

Finally reached the place, we arrived just on time when the parade was about to start! Enjoy looking at the photos!
Was playing around with the awesome effects!
Testing the cross process effect! Love it!
Art effect!
Who's foot is this? Hahahaha!!
The parade started off with a Lion Dance performance!
Toy effect!
Retro effect!
A photo of me suddenly pops out of no where! :)
SPIDERMAN!
What is he doing, walking around in Orchard road?
Eileen, Yan Teng and I
How can you not miss out Iron Man?
Chun-li from Street Fighter!
Mojo Joo!!!
Alright! Gonna end here! After the Cosmo Youth Parade, I rushed back to upload the photos then left to see Jayesslee's performance which I will blogged about in the next post!



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