Went to a photo shooting event last weekend, themed “School Girls, Malaysian Style”. Organized by a couple of freelance photographers which are my Uni’s students too.
Unlike my past events such as PC Fair show girl shooting or Cosplayer shooting, this is probably my very first planned model shooting event. The main difference between two is, the photographer has more control over the situation in planned model shooting. When you shoot at an open event, you don’t expect you could have full control over the surrounding elements especially the crowds.
Anyway, thanks to Lobak Yong for inviting and I appreciate that the organizer accepted my participation, and as expected, out of all photographers, I’m the only one who’s not equipped with a D-SLR. Which means, all of the photos are taken with my Lumi-chan (LX3).
Singapore Toy, Games & Comic Convention aka. STGCC will be taking place at Singapore Suntec City Convention Centre this Saturday and Sunday (20th & 21st August 2011).
What is STGCC
Unlike any other pop culture conventions which focus heavily on Japanese Pop Culture, The Singapore Toy, Games & Comic Convention (STGCC) is the ultimate pop culture convention that unites the very best comics, anime, manga, toys, collectibles, games, movies & etc from East and West.
Last year’s STGCC was attended by 97 exhibitors and 163 international medias from various countries. It attracted over 28000 fans and a cumulative of 72000 visits to the event. We expect this year’s STGCC to grow in both exhibitor count and fans support.
What’s available at STGCC
You can expect to have every single element of the Pop culture to be available at the event, such as, anime, games, comics, cosplay, toys & collectibles, exhibition, international guests, and more!!
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