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People always wonder what’s a standard shoot is like inside our studio and today we would like to show you a clip of our client’s fashion catalog shoot done earlier this year. The fun part of shooting at our place is we do all these nice behind-the-scene videos for clients as well. Enjoy.
Interesting in booking our place for your next shoot? hop on over to our Space Rental Booking Page where you can check our rates and all available time slots on line.
Emily Soto Seminar & Workshop Tour 2012 Hong Kong Session @ PASM Workshop is Now Open for Registration
[Update: 18 August 2012, the Hong Kong workshop is now full and closed for registration, on behalf of Emily, we wish to thank all for the support]
Emily Soto is an up-and-coming international fashion, celebrity and lifestyle photographer based in southern California. Since beginning her career only two years ago, her work has been chosen by editors to grace covers of countless magazines on newsstands worldwide. In the process, she has gained tens of thousands of followers on Facebook and receives thousands of hits a week on her website.
Emily is handpicked by fashion editors to shoot their models and has experience working with the top model agencies and clients. She is sponsored by Mola lighting and last year received a “Best of Photography” award from Sigma.
Emily collaborates with creative directors to create one-of-a-kind photographs, whose look, feel and style sets them apart from everyone else. Soto also does her own editing so that from its inception, each photo is truly her creation. Emily cites Tim Walker as an inspiration for her whimsical, dream-like images. ”I absolutely love what I do,” Emily says. “To me, it just comes naturally, so I decided a couple of years ago to do what I love full time.
Emily will embark on a multi-country tour this summer and lead workshops across Asia that includes Singapore, Hong Kong, Philippines & Malaysia.
We are happy to announce that PASM Workshop will be hosting Emily’s Soto‘s Seminar and Workshop Tour 2012 in Hong Kong on 25 and 26 August 2012. Admissions is now open and will be on a first come first serve basis. Emily has now over 35,000 likes on her Facebook Page and her YouTube Video Channel just rocks.
Details after the jump…..
A lot of people thought our studio was just a photography studio, well…. not exactly. Our multi-purpose studio can be converted into a TV/Shortfilm/Commercial production studio. This video is a RTHK production done in January this year.
很多人一直以為PASM只是一間攝影棚，其實PASM的多用途攝影場地，隨了可作攝影用途之外， 還可以用作電視/電視廣告/電影製作。 以上短片是港台於今年一月在PASM製作。
PASM Workshop will be covering the Habitat For Youth Build event in Shuiweidong, Conghua district, Guangdong province, China this weekend. 本週末, PASM Workshop 將會到廣東省從化市水尾洞村為仁人家園Youth BUILD義工日作大會攝影.
Organized by topschools.hk, the Kids Photo Fun Day is set for this coming Saturday at our studio. To find out more, check out the event’s Facebook Page. RSVP at is needed, please call 9339 4749 for information. Best yet, the event is free.
Why: You’ll have fun, meet new friends and get a minimum of TEN images of your kids taken by professional photographers. You’ll be supporting www.topschools.hk which aims to help parents all over Hong Kong to save time, stress and money in finding school places. We all understand the importance of visual appeal on a website. To have your kids’ smiling faces on there and in the marketing materials would be super-special.
When: 17 March 2012, 11am – 6pm. Drop in for an hour or stay the whole day. We’ll be having cakes for everyone at 5pm! Where: PASM Workshop, Block C, 1/F, Flat C, Chin Fat Factory Building, 3 Tsat Po Street, San Po Kong, Kowloon, Hong Kong. The 2,500 sq ft studio is one minute from Diamond Hill MTR with parking opposite at just $7/hour. More about the studio at http://pasmworkshop.com/ Who: School age kids (2-18) welcome – invite your friends! What:A mixture of individual/group portraits. Parents welcome to step in too!
Source – topschools.hk
Each week, we at PASM Workshop runs up the all the great tweets from around the photography community worldwide, to check the latest news on photography, camera gears and accessories, great photographers interview, Lightroom and Photoshop tutorials and tips….etc. Follow us on Twitter @pasmworkshop.
Herre are this week’s top tweets -
- Instagram is rumoured to be close to launching for Windows Phone 7 (WP7), after sources told FastCompany that an app for the hugely popular photo sharing service may even be finished for the Microsoft operating system (OS) ahead of its planned arrival on Android.
19 Jan, Book Review: Joe McNally’s “Sketching Light” http://zite.to/z5DLSt
- From what I’ve seen of the Beta (minus the occasional crash) I really enjoy the improvements Adobe has made and will gladly plop down money to upgrade. I believe the improvements will give me better results faster. The increased speed in processing and moving between images from Library to Develop alone is worth the expense to me as time is money for me when it comes to play with pictures.
- The bottom line is that Snapseed, like its iOS predecessor, is a fun, useful tool that should help those who take photos for fun get even more enjoyment out of them. Unlike more full-featured editing suites, it won’t require you to dedicate time and effort to becoming not only a good photographer, but an expert on editing software as well.
15 Jan, Photo Advice to Non-Professional Wedding Photographers http://zite.to/xtMOx9
13 Jan, Side by side: Nikon D4 Vs. Canon EOS 1D X – which should you buy? http://bit.ly/yrp4wz
- I’ve been intrigued by some of the chatter I’ve seen where people say the Nikon D4 trumps the Canon EOS-1D X, but in reality, I see that it comes down to maybe one or two features that people see (like the uncompressed HDMI output and/or the headphone jack) that seem to sway things toward the newNikon. But it again depends on your needs.
- And, if you look up and down the specs, it seems there are quite a few interesting things that people ignore or forget when comparing – specifically, Canon “wins” on the megapixels (18 ‘beats’ 16 right?), burst (fps), ISO is 2 stops better (without expansion), timecode, multi-exposures, dual axis leveling, and others. Nikon “wins” with timelapse support, HDMI output, headphone jack, in camera zoom, possibly autofocus (we’ll have to see on that!), and others.
We just added the Lastolite TriFlector MKII to our equipment list, for those who do beauty and fashion photography, this piece of equipment sure do wonders. So next time you book our studio, ask our technicians for it, trust me, more beauty and less post-processing.
We have added a few more videos to our Blog sub-section and have further subdivided the video tutorials into three main sections:
- Studio Photography & Lighting Skills
- Post Processing & Workflows
- Misc… Interviews… Photography Tips… Equipments…
From here at PASM Workshop, we hope you all enjoy the videos we compiled and should there be any suggestions on great videos we should include for others as well, please drop us a comment. Many Thanks.
We will be adding a new section on HDSLR later next week so stay tuned.
They are here. As Phottix’s authorized reseller, we are taking orders for the Phottix Odin TTL Trigger for Canon which
will be are available now in a week or so, to order please email to email@example.com or visit our PASM e-Store.
嚟啦, 嚟啦, Phottix Odin TTL Trigger for Canon 出籠啦. 要訂就請電郵至 firstname.lastname@example.org. PASM Workshop 為 Phottix 特約分銷商.
PASM Members Special Price:
- Phottix Odin TTL Trigger Set for Canon (1 transmitter+1 receiver)(HK$2,480, list price: HK$2,880)
- Photix Odin TTL Receiver Only for Canon (1 receiver)(HK$1,000 list price: HK$1,180)
Specifications and video after the jump…..
PASM photographer Wan Lok Lok in Szechuan this past May 2011 shooting for Habitat China. This vid captures most of his work done in Szechuan.
It has been two years since the devastating Szechuan earthquake, but victims of the disaster still live in substandard shelters and have no real home. Post-disaster rebuild work is reaching the last phase.
Date: May 8th to 13th, 2011
Place: Zhuyuan township, Qingchuan county, Sichuan province, China
Lok Lok, our whole crew at PASM Workshop salutes you for the great work done.