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3:30pm - 6:30pm

Location : Triptyk

Kampung Attap 
50460 Kuala Lumpur


CONCEPT TO PRINT : Practical Photography Workshop

This workshop would:


  • break down Daniel's process of creating a conceptual photo project from start to end, running through the different stages of research, planning, editing. 

  • show participants how to push their work out into the world and to explain in detail the process from conception to final print.

  • showcase certain editing techniques with skin, expanding images, adjusting highlights and shadows to create different environments.

  • this workshop includes a practical session with a model based on a specific idea that Daniel will conceptualise with the aim to shoot the model in a way that participants feel encompasses the concept best. 

Participants are required to bring their own cameras. 


Fee: RM180 per person
Maximum participants: 20


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Daniel Adams is a Malaysian conceptual portrait photographer who explores and blurs the lines between gender, identity and cultural norms.


He also delves into the usage of social and political ideologies throughout his concepts, wanting his work to start discussions amongst its viewers. Along with the exploration of these subjects, Daniel also looks for the unusual and the not-your-everyday aspects to implement into his photography, aiming to recreate the surreal images in his head. Daniel has recently moved back to Malaysia after studying BA (Hons) Photography at Falmouth University for three years in England.

Featured in The Guardian, The British Journal of Photography, World Of Buzz, Buzzfeed, HOKK Frabica, Free Malaysia Times, The Star Online, JUICE Malaysia,, Women’s Health Malaysia, Daily Mail UK, Musee Magazine, Gruff Magazine, F Stop Magazine, Photographica, Harpers Bazaar Malaysia, Beau Nu Magazine, Agave Magazine, Rustic Wild Magazine, Korembi Magazine, Wandering Minds Magazine and more.

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