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LIVESTUDIOS Commemorates Its 10th Year Anniversary of Providing Ground-Breaking Photography Solutions

SINGAPORE -- (Marketwired) -- 08/25/14 -- LIVESTUDIOS, the leading provider and pioneer in live photography, recently celebrated their 10th year anniversary at Breeze, the rooftop bar of the newly renovated The Scarlet Hotel Singapore. The event was attended by more than 200 VIP guests and celebrities.

The event commerated the organization's dedication in providing innovative and lasting photography services to its clients.

Live photography revolutionized the way images were developed through advanced technology, and the way images were captured through it. Digital shots in modern photography evolved the world and completely changed the way one looked at the world. Pictures relived the emotions of exciting moments in the past.

Pioneered in 2003, LiveStudios opened its doors providing an innovative way to capture one's individual moments. The photographers in LiveStudios were equipped with WiFi-enabled cameras, which could wirelessly forward photos which were projected on the screen within seconds. These photos were then printed out on credit-card sized photocards within minutes for the guests to keep as precious mementoes.

"LIVESTUDIOS has celebrated ten years of dedication and accomplishments with our clients, employees, and partners," said Willy Foo, founder & chief executive officer of LiveStudios Photography Pte Ltd. Willy further added, "When someone hires LiveStudios, they can be assured of a reliable service. Being one of the largest live photography companies in Singapore, we tap on our extensive experience and resources to give our customers a peace of mind and to live up to their expectations of professionalism and quality mementoes.''

Willy started live photography by wiring his camera to a notebook carried in a backpack, which had the ability to wirelessly transmit to a projector and to the web simutaneously. Since then, advancement in wireless technology, coupled with the rise in modern professional digital SLRs being equipped with WiFi transmission capabilities, has led to the increasing popularity of such services.

Today, LIVESTUDIOS covers non-corporate events such as weddings and parties. LIVESTUDIOS' sister company, LiveTechnologies, caters to corporate clients, providing their services during product launches and client appreciation events. The company vows to stay ahead of the industry in capturing and transmitting the images instantly for clients, and aiding other photographers worldwide to achieve this through innovative methods.

LIVESTUDIOS also believes in building long-term relationships with their clients. One way they seek to do this is to offer photography services to clients who celebrate important milestones in their lives, such as weddings, anniversaries and celebrating the birth of their children.

In line with their business acquisition plans, the company made announcements about their new brand launches and developments to commemorate this eventful anniversary.

Willy Foo, founder & chief executive officer of LIVESTUDIOS Photography Pte Ltd said, "We've come a long way since our launch ten years ago, and now, more than ever, is the ideal time to showcase our achievements to current and future partners and clients. We also target to streamline the process with our expertise and experience so that we can provide clients with a market leading service.''

To learn more about LiveStudios, please visit their new website http://livestudios.com/

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About LIVESTUDIOS

Established in 2003, and now covering over 800 events annually. LIVESTUDIOS is the pioneer and leader of wireless event photography (Live Photography) in Singapore. Its photographers are equipped with WiFi enabled cameras and can wirelessly send photos to be projected on a screen within seconds and printed out on credit-card sized photocards within minutes for the guests to keep. Parties with the Live Photography services are always fun, entertaining and most of all, memorable.

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