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Canon Digital SLR Seminar 2009

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Venue: Indera Kayangan Ballroom, Empire Hotel and Country Club

Vincent Goh, Assistant Manger of Interhouse Company, delivering the Welcoming Speech.

Vincent Goh, Assistant General Manager of Interhouse Company delivering his welcome address


Steven Goh, getting ready for the Presentation


Roland Poon, Senior Manager of Canon Singapore Pte Ltd, showing the EOS 5D Mark II miniature with capacity of 2GB storage pendrive


Kris LeBoutillier setting up for his presentation


The Moment - Something that you can't plan for, it just happens

Kris LeBoutillier – Assignment Photographer for National Geographic Traveler and Books, Discovery Channel, Forbes, Washington Post, and many others. In his presentation, Kris focused on mastering the basic technical skills and knowledge in photography, which will open up doors for photographers in Brunei to excel in their field.


Who want's a EOS gifts?


A Sense of Place - Capturing Photographs That Tell A Story


What Do I Look For? - Moments, Light, Landscapes and Cityscapes, Details and Portraits


Making Images That have ...... IMPACT


Anakbrunei and Kulimpapat


David Cheok wiht his 5D Mark II and EF70-200mm f/2.8 lens


Everyone busy filling up the feedback form


The Model of the EOS 5D Mark II 🙂


Roland Poon, talked about the 5D Mark II fitted with the Redrock Micro cinematic video kit mounted to the EF70-200mm f/2.8 lens


Light that tells a story

* Early morning and late afternoon/early evening give the best results
* Flat light works great if you have it
* Learn to use your flash. Digital LOVES flash


Shoot lots of pictures. The more you shoot, the better your shot.


Digital, remember the film is FREE!


Group Photo by Kris can be seen on Jan Shim’s post

CANON – Delighting You Always

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  1. I’ve looked up to Canon for a long time. A number of months ago I feel that as a business it had taken their eyes off the ball. For a while the company’s particularly camcorder quality wasn’t what it was and IME, the quality of Canon’s camcorder goods was going south. HAVING SAID THAT, now I think they are tops even though they aren’t the cheapest camcorders.

    Canon Fan

    May 1, 2010 at 12:23 am

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