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A 7 Days/6 Nights
Crossing Bridges 10 - AMAZING Singapore !
15-21 September 2013


Kali ini acara tahunan Crossing Bridges sudah memasuki tahun yang ke 10. Diawali dengan Crossing Bridges 1 di Indonesia pada tahun 2004, dan kali ini Singapura mendapatkan giliran menjadi tuan rumah Crossing Bridges 10.

 

Crossing Bridges adalah program hunting tahunan antar berbagai forum-forum fotografi terbesar di Asia Tenggara dan sekitarnya. Diikuti oleh Indonesia, Singapura, Malaysia, Vietnam, Filipina, Korea Selatan dan Srilanka, yang secara total meliputi lebih dari 860.000 anggota. Tujuan dari kegiatan ini adalah membangun jembatan persahabatan antar fotografer di berbagai negara, dalam sebuah kegiatan bersama fotografi.

 

Jumlah total peserta dibatasi 150 orang yang berarti maksimum sekitar 20 orang untuk tiap-tiap negara (disamping 7 negara di atas, Thailand dan China diperkirakan akan ikut serta).

 

Crossing Bridges 10 akan diadakan selama 7 hari dan 6 malam (15 - 21 September 2013)

 

Persyaratan Peserta

Peserta adalah anggota Fotografer.net yang aktif. Peserta terbatas 20 orang saja.

  • Fotografer yang bersedia berbagai dan belajar kemampuan fotografi
  • Pribadi yang senang jalan-jalan, bersahabat dan bersedia bergabung dengan peserta lain, ceria dan ingin menjalin persahabatan melalui fotografi di antara negara-negara ASEAN
  • Punya rasa humor
  • Bersedia melakukan perjalanan secara sederhana (bukan bermewah-mewah)
  • Mampu hemat-tidur
  • Tidak bermasalah dengan pilihan makanan
  • Mampu bangun pagi untuk memotret matahari terbit
  • Mampu memperoleh tiket pesawat agar bisa berada di Singapura pada hari Minggu, 15 September dan kembali tanggal 21 September
  • Tempat terbatas untuk 20 peserta per negara, sehingga tidak disarankan untuk membawa pasangan atau teman perjalanan selain sesama peserta.
  • Meskipun tempat secara umum diprioritaskan berdasarkan antrian, tapi agar memperoleh kombinasi peserta yang baik maka akan ada seleksi sederhana yang dilaksanakan oleh pimpinan kontingen tiap negara.

 

Pendaftaran dan Biaya

 

Untuk peserta dari Indonesia diharapkan mendaftarkan diri melalui email ke events@fotografer.net, dengan menulis dan menyertakan:

  • Nama Lengkap
  • Alamat Lengkap
  • No Hp dan Tlp yang bisa di hubungi
  • Nama anggota keluarga yang bisa dihub beserta no. tlp nya
  • Fofo diri ukuran 3 banding 4
  • URL ke halaman personal di FN

 

Cara pembayaran dan prosedur selanjutnya akan diberitahukan kemudian bagi peserta yang lolos seleksi.

Pendaftaran dianggap sah jika sudah :

  • Lolos seleksi awal oleh Admin FN
  • Biaya adalah SGD 690 (sekitar USD 550) - kurs Rupiah akan diberitahukan melalui e-mail.
  • Melakukan pembayaran Full
  • Tiket Pesawat menuju Singapora sudah didapat untuk atau sebelum tanggal 13 September 09.

 

Pendaftaran paling lambat adalah tanggal 1 Agustus 2013
Data diri peserta dan pembayaran sudah di terima Fotografer Net terakhir tanggal 31 Agustus 2013.

 

Biaya sudah termasuk:

  • Full Board and Lodgings for 6 nights,
  • Airport Transfers,
  • All meals,
  • Transport,
  • Models’ fees
  • Performances’ fees,
  • Insurance ,
  • trip t-shirt,
  • gift packs
  • prizes and other logistical costs

 

Kriteria seleksi kontingen FN berkaitan dengan aktivitas di forum dan galeri FN adalah:

  • Jumlah foto yang diupload ke Galeri selama 6 bulan terakhir
  • Peran positif dalam diskusi di forum
  • Keikutsertaan di Tema Foto Bulanan
  • Peran positif dalam pelaksanaan kegiatan offline FN

 

Akomodasi

Akomodasi selama acara yang disiapkan panitia adalah Bunchostel (www.bunchostel.com)

 

Peserta yang Lolos Seleksi :

1. Ilias Irawan

2. Arsi Aryanto

3. Mario Suwandi

4. Hermanto Franciscus

5. Luqmanul Hakim

6. Shinta Lidwina Djiwatampu

7. Bun Djung

 

Places and attraction to be visited (see iternerary for details):

  • Singapore Flyer
  • Gardens by the Bay including Conservatories
  • Merlion Park
  • RWS Marine Life Park Oceanarium
  • Formula One 2013 Race
  • Raffles Place
  • Esplanade
  • Boat Quay
  • Little India
  • Tekka Market
  • Chinese Opera Performances
  • Toa Payoh heartland from Siong Lim Temple through Lor 8
  • Joo Chiat Peranakan district
  • Dragon Klin at Thow Kwang
  • Singapore Rifle Association

 

Crossing Bridges 10's Itinerary

 

Day 1
Sunday, 15 September 2013

Arrival of participants from various countries will be met at Changi Airport by CB10 volunteers. You will
proceed to Bunchostel by MRT for registration and check-in procedures.

CB10 volunteers will be waiting to bring participants out for a warm up shoot and orientation of the
Jalan Besar, Serangoon Road and Little India area until 4pm

The area around Jalan Besar and Serangoon Road is a fascinating cultural hotpot and showcases
Singapore in its purest unpolished form. You will arrive on Sunday which is also the busiest day of the entire week for this area where tens of thousands of migrant workers are out in force for a day and evening of relaxing, running errands and interactions with friends. Your guides will bring you AWAY from Little India’s known tourist congregating areas and into its back alleys and areas that are normally away from the spotlight


Little India is an ethnic neighbourhood found in Singapore that has Tamil cultural elements and aspects of other cultures. Little India is more commonly known as Tekka in the local Tamil community. This neighbourhood has the patronage of people of all races who wish to eat or buy something specific to Tamils culture, such as curry or Tamil clothing. One of the more prominent examples of cross-cultural patronage besides those regarding food is that many Chinese parents go to shops in Little India to grind rice to make congee for infants. In such cases, the shops have machinery primarily meant to grind spices into powder for use in Tamil cuisine. Little India differs from many other neighbourhoods in Singapore in many ways.

 

At 6pm, transportation will bring all participants to the location for the Opening Night dinner


Afternoon

Early arrivals to be led on Little India Photowalk and shoot

Theme “Migrant Workers at Rest and Play”


Opening Dinner

Traditional Indian Dance Performance
Traditional Chinese Lion Dance or Chinese Opera performance
Introductions, Announcements and Speeches
Slideshow
Briefing
End at 9-10 pm If cannot sleep, participants can go out for a Little India Night Photowalk




Day 2
Monday, 16 September 2013

Sunrise in Singapore is usually at 6.45am
Today, we move out at 5am for a Morning Sunrise Shoot at the Merlion Park and Promenade area


Breakfast will be served on-site at Sunrise shoot location before we begin the All Day walk.
The day’s walk will be exciting and include Raffles Place Financial District to capture thousands of financial sector workers on their way to work
The Esplanade
Singapore Flyer
Helix Bridge
Marina Bay Sands
Garden by the Bay (including Conservatories and Super Tree walk)
Sunset shoot of our dramatic City Skyline
Boat Quay (transportation to ferry participants from Marina Barrage to Boat Quay
Dinner at Boat Quay or Clark Quay


The Singapore Flyer is a giant Ferris wheel located in Singapore, constructed in 2005–2008. Described by its operators as an observation wheel,[2] it reaches 42 stories high, with a total height of 165 m (541 ft), making it the tallest Ferris wheel in the world, 5 m (16 ft) taller than the Star of Nanchang and 30 m (98 ft) taller than the London Eye


The Helix Bridge, previously known as the Double Helix Bridge, is a pedestrian bridge linking Marina
Centre with Marina South in the Marina Bay area in Singapore. Canopies (made of fritted-glass and
perforated steel mesh) are incorporated along parts of the inner spiral to provide shade for pedestrians.
The bridge has four viewing platforms sited at strategic locations which provide stunning views of the
Singapore skyline


Garden By the Bay is a park spanning 101 hectares (250 acres) of reclaimed land[1] in central Singapore, adjacent to the Marina Reservoir. The park consists of three waterfront gardens: Bay South Garden, Bay
East Garden and Bay Central Garden.


Boat Quay is arguably Singapore's best place to 'chill out' with a good mix of high end restaurants and alfresco dining and lively bars and pubs.


Day 3
Tuesday, 17 September 2013



This morning, we will be visiting the Dragon Klin where we will be shooting

  • macro , antiques and unique pottery making processes
  • the famous Dragon Klin (one of only a few traditional wood-fired pottery klins left in Asia still operating)
  • Model shoot with studio lights


Lunch will be at Dragon Klin


After lunch we visit the premises of the Singapore Rifle Association for

  • photographers will follow firers/shooters around on a urban obstacle shooting course
  • photographers will have a chance at handling and shooting with the latest handguns at the firing range with live ammunition
  • models shoot with firearms theme
  • static display of firearms

 


Early box dinner
5.30pm depart for Chinese Opera shoot

6pm depart for Chinese Opera shoot


Chinese opera is a popular form of drama and musical theatre.  In
Singapore, it is performed to appease the Gods and spirits.  Chinese Opera
performances  have always been fascinating and performed on wooden stages
outdoors on the street side.


(Optional activity for Late evening)  Jalan Besar or Jalan Haji area (Arab
Street)
“This is a great way to realize that there more than China to Asia and
Persia for example is part of it. The food is great and the colors of the
merchandise sold on the rugs and silk stores lift anyone's spirit. Not to
miss the store where they make a perfume personalized to your like (#42
Arab Street)”

 

“The Arab Street district is  really relaxed compared to other touristic
parts of Singapor. We really liked walking around there. Persons were very
friendly... If you wanna eat something different during your stay - a lot
of arab restaurants around there, seems also to be a good place for Shisha
smoking


Day 4
Wednesday, 18 September 2013


9am depart for Sentosa Island
Bikini Shoot at Siloso Beach
Picnic Lunch Box
Visit Sentosa Marine Life Park Ocenarium
Sunset Beach Shoot
Dinner at Vivo City and shoot Vivo City facing Sentosa
Phototalk at National Geographic Store (to be confirmed)
MRT back to hotel


Marine Life Park Oceanarium is an oceanarium located in Resorts World Sentosa, Sentosa Island,
Singapore and is the largest oceanarium in the world.[2][3] The 8-hectare (20-acre) park houses two attractions, the S.E.A Aquarium and the Adventure Cove Waterpark


S.E.A Aquarium, the world's largest aquarium, contains a total of 45,000,000 litres (9,900,000 imp gal; 12,000,000 US gal) of water for 100,000 marine animals of over 800 species. [1] The aquarium comprises 10 zones with 49 habitats. The Open Ocean habitat, which is the centerpiece of the Aquarium, includes the world's largest viewing panel. At 36-metre (118 ft) wide and 8.3-metre (27 ft) tall, it is intended to give visitors the feeling of being on the ocean floor.


VivoCity "evokes a lifestyle experience that is modern, stimulating and accessible to everyone, a place bubbling with energy and flowing with vitality". We have a rest here as well as catch some breakfast before boarding a Monorail train that will take us across the sea to Sentosa Island ]


Day5
Thursday, 19 September 2013


Discover Singapore’s Heartlands visit to
Tekka Wet Market
Sri Veeramakaliamman Temple
Participants will split into 2 halfs and switch between Tekka Wet Market and Sri Veeramakaliamman
Temple to avoid over-crowding
Gather together at a neutral point to proceed to Toa Payoh Heartland

Afternoon walk and shoot of Joo Chiat Area
Bibi and Baba photoshoot in traditional Peranakan setting (to be confirmed)
Nonya Dinner at Joo Chiat Area

Sri Veeramakaliamman Temple, 141 Serangoon Road. Little India's busiest and oldest temple, dating back to 1881 — although the present structure was completed in 1986. The temple is particularly busy on Tuesdays, Fridays and Sundays. Be sure to take your shoes off before venturing inside


Tekka Market remains a landmark in Little India, where different ethnic communities congregate. There are Chinese stallholders who speak Tamil, and vice versa. Shops sell traditional Indian costumes and inexpensive casual clothes. Some of the more notable shops include those selling Taoist and Buddhist paraphernalia, hardware shops, and tailors who can alter clothes in minutes. Ground floor hosts a wet market that sells meats, fish and vegetables


Toa Payoh is Singapore’s oldest satellite town built in the 1960s. While many areas of this town have
been modernized we will visit older parts of this heartland town to see how regular Singaporeans young and old live


Built in 1902, Siong Lim Temple in Toa Payoh is also home to the Shuang Lin Monastery (Twin Grove
of the Lotus Mountain Temple) it covers 40,000 square meters and was owned by Low Kim Pong, a
wealthy Chinese merchant and a devout Buddhist.


Joo Chiat is an old pre-war Peranakan residential district that has so much charm in its old style
architecture. Despite being old , the area is bursting with local life and many modern boutique cafes
sit side by side old-school businesses. Bars, bakeries, small restauraunts and other little stores litter the entire area.


Day 6
Friday 20 September 2013

Morning to prepare images for Saturday team presentations and get rest for Formula One
Breakfast in Hotel
Lunch at Hotel
Formula One talk and photo sharing session
Formula One briefing
- Shooting locations
- Shooting techniques
- Shooting opportunities
- Concert opportunities
- Suitable lens selections
- How to get back to Hotel after event

Afternoon till night Formula One shoot

The ONLY night race on the Formula One race calendar. The shoot is NOT only when the F1 cars are
screaming around the circuit. Various other activities continue throughout the afternoon into the night .

Strategic trackside locations throughout Zone 4 provide walkabout ticketholders with vantage views of the cars racing past some of Singapore’s most iconic landmarks.


Since the inaugural race in 2008, a host of mega stars including Katy Perry, Maroon 5, Jay Chou, Linkin Park, Shakira, Backstreet Boys, Mariah Carey and Missy Elliott have performed at the Padang, on Singapore’s biggest outdoor entertainment stage. Spectators can also explore the nearby Esplanade Outdoor Theatre stage where world-class entertainment acts will be performing throughout the weekend.


Patrons at Zone 4 can also head to the Hawker Village at Connaught Drive and choose from numerous food stalls serving up local and international delights or indulge in a drink at one of the many watering holes located within Zone 4's F1 Village.


Day7
Saturday 21 September 2013


10am Check Out
10.30am Preparations for photo slide shows from each country


Lunch and Closing Ceremony at SAM or China Square Auditorium
Lunch
Closing addresses
Photo sharing for the week’s images from each country
Farewells
Depart for Annex trips to Indonesia or Johor

 

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16 Maret 2013 22:46:22

dappptar deh ... tapi alangkah baiknya jika pengumuman nama peserta bisa disampaikan jauh hari sebelum-nya. Agar bisa dapat tiket pesawat yg lebih murah.

 

21 Maret 2013 14:16:34

Kriteria seleksi kontingen FNnya berat banget nih om, kalau untuk yang baru2 gabung pasti agak kesulitan yah. Saya juga dukung om Arsi, ada baiknya jika pengumuman nama peserta bisa disampaikan jauh hari sebelum-nya.

28 Maret 2013 23:22:50

wooww... it sounds good bisa ketemu & kumpul dgn fotografer dari beda-beda negara kayak gitu.

Kalau Jepang kenapa belum partisipasi, om? Ide fotografer Jepang suka ada yang kreatif juga.....

 

Dan setuju sm comment om Arsi, peserta yang lolos seleksi spy bisa diinfo jauh sebelum acara, mungkin minimal 1 bln sebelumnya.....

16 April 2013 23:24:42

wah menarik banget nih.. maksimal 1 agustus ya.. noted.....................

21 April 2013 09:47:38

Siap daftar! Biarpun kali ini lokasinya utk byk teman2 fotografer banyak yg sangat familiar, tetapi kesempatan untuk bisa ikut ajang silaturahmi antar fotografer dari negara2 sahabat dan hunting foto bersama mereka merupakan momentum langka. Mari kita sukseskan!

30 April 2013 00:22:47

wah, Tuan rumah Pak Eddie Ng nih, pasti gila-gilaan motretnya..... Om Tatang mana suaranya yah?

09 Mei 2013 22:22:03

menarik banget nih itenery nya .... bisa ngumpul dengan teman2 dari negara lain merupakan pengalaman yg sangat berharga

17 Mei 2013 00:24:52

Menarik sekali,bisa kumpul dengan teman2 fotografer dari berbagai negara

04 Juli 2013 23:44:26

Wow, sangat menarik... Apakah ada peluang ikut Untuk anggota biasa?

12 Juli 2013 04:11:52

ini kesempatan tuk berbagi dan silaturrahmi dgn negara tetangga, pengen ikutan aaah...

..Noted......

12 Juli 2013 11:16:05

Pendaftaran sudah mau ditutup, ayo silakan kirim:

  • Nama Lengkap
  • Alamat Lengkap
  • No Hp dan Tlp yang bisa di hubungi
  • Nama anggota keluarga yang bisa dihub beserta no. tlp nya
  • Fofo diri ukuran 3 banding 4
  • URL ke halaman personal di FN

ke events@modz.fotografer.net

Subject: daftar CB10

02 Agustus 2013 03:17:29

Wah udah ada pengumumannya ternyata...it's an honour to join this event, can't wait no longer

Thank u fn and cu teman2 seperjuangan yang akan berangkat happy

09 Agustus 2013 09:40:47

Hallo mana nih kak Palty, sudah nunggu di Merlion 

Selamat kak Arsi dan ka Adam, saya absent dulu ya

Sukses untuk CB 10 dan untuk kontingen kita Indonesia, salam

18 September 2013 03:33:00

sedikit kasih hint buat yang mau ikut yah, di little india ada resident of tan eng niah, lucu gedungnya warna warni, sekitar situ juga klo beruntung sering banyak burung merpati pd ngumpul krn dikasih makan.... btw koq ga ktemu ya kmaren, tgl 15,16,17 di SG juga, tar tgl 19-20 kesana lagi motret, klo liat fotografer kupingnya bolong trus lgi moto prewedd silahkan negor2 ya..big grin

25 September 2013 14:21:29

Thank you Pak Kristupa and team Indonesia for making Crossing Bridges 10 a success !!!

 

See you in Korea 2014 !!

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