How a T-shirt Should Fit: The Guide To Choosing the Right Style and Size

Choosing the right T-shirt can be a challenge, and finding the perfect T-shirt is an ongoing mission, even for those of us in the industry. There are dozens of major brands, which combined add up to hundreds of styles. Choosing the right fabric is a biggest part of it but another big part is choosing the right fit. Because not all fits are created equally.

You’d think the fit of a humble T-shirt would be a simple affair, but there’s a lot that goes into it. In this post, I’ll touch on the difference between fashion fit and standard fit and some points of what makes a great fit for a T-shirt, and also some recommendations for you.

This post will focus mainly on men’s tees, which are also sometimes called unisex.

What is unisex style?

In the T-shirt world, when you see the word unisex, it doesn’t necessarily mean that it was specially designed to fit both men and women. It can just mean that it is not a women’s (or ladies) version of that particular garment. And if it doesn’t specify men’s or ladies, then it’s a standalone style– aka unisex. Meaning a men’s cut that can also be worn by women.

Historically, T-shirts have been a garment for men. They first were used as underwear and distributed to members of the US Navy, with other branches of the military following suit. Movies in the 1950s popularized wearing the T-shirt by itself, with Marlon Brando and James Dean personifying this care-free and masculine look. These days, T-shirts are for everyone especially pickle people.

What about the fit of women’s styles?

While men’s and unisex tees only have a few different fits, women’s styles have a wide variety, with new styles coming out every year. The world of women’s’ tees is much more vast and complex, so I’ll be exploring that topic in a separate post.

The two main categories of T-shirt fit

When talking about different fits in the blank T-shirt market, the first thing to know is that different terms may be used by different T-shirt printing company, and they don’t always line up with each other– that’s why Asia T-shirt.com Pte Ltd sales team are devoted to help our customers sort this stuff out every day. But overall, they can be divided into two broad categories: standard and fashion.

Standard fit (or classic fit) T-shirts

Standard fit gained popularity in the ’80s and ’90s, featuring a generic construction that tends to be more boxy and roomy, lacking the tailoring and tapering of their fashion fit counterparts. Standard fit tees are the safer way to go if you’re buying a bulk order that needs to work for a variety of body types especially for company T-shirt Printing. This style can be a more forgiving look for heavy-set people.

Fashion fit (or slim-fit) T-shirts

Also simply referred to as “fitted”, this cut has been designed to contour to the body more closely, with less bagginess and more form-fitting lines around the shoulders, arms, and torso. The arms have a snugger fit and the sleeve length tends to be shorter. This is also known as “retail fit” although it can fall somewhere in between standard and fashion.

How should a T-shirt fit?

The first and most important thing to getting the right fit is to choose the proper size. Most men tend to choose one size too big (or bigger) for reasons of comfort. But when it comes to looking your best in a T-shirt, it’s much more flattering to wear the size that fits best. Here’s a sizing chart I made with photos.

Take a look at the differences and think about what qualities you should be looking for to determine your correct size.

In this photo,MEDIUM looks good on the guy but as you can see, there is some bunching under the armpits. LARGE is the way to go, considering these shirts have not been washed yet. That should shrink it just enough to bring in the looseness around the waist and make the length come up an inch or two. Keep potential shrinkage in mind if you’re going with 100% cotton.

Below are the top six characteristics of a well-fitting T-shirt, followed by an infographic that you can use for future reference. Now, you might think this is a subjective judgment based on personal preference, but at this point, there is an established set of criteria to consider when you try on a tee. Established by who, you ask? Fashion people! Just go with it.

Shoulder

The shoulder seam should line up with the end of the shoulder bone, where it meets the top of the arm. If it droops over the edge, the shirt is probably too big. If the seam lands in the area before the curve of the shoulder starts, the tee is too small.

Sleeves

The hem of a sleeve should fall at the middle of the bicep, should hug the arm, without flaring out more than two inches. Standard or classic fit tees tend to have bigger armholes that flare out. Slightly longer sleeves can work for taller people.

Length

A T-shirt should cover the waistline and fall at the hips, which is about halfway down the fly. This length can vary a few inches based on a person’s height, but it should never go past the top of the inseam, or it starts looking like a nightgown.

Collar

The neckline should sit flat, just above the collar bone, without being too loose or too light. Standard/classic-fit tees tend to have bigger, wider collars than fashion/slim fit. A V-neck can fall just below the clavicle. Men should avoid “deep” V-necks.

Chest

The chest area should be more form-fitting than the lower half, but there should be no stretching, or bunching under the armpit area. This is where the tapering construction of fashion fit tees do a great job of hugging the body better.

Torso

The torso should taper in slightly to contour to the body, rather than straight or bulking out. Side-seamed shirts provide this fitted look, while their standard/classic-fit counterparts tend to have a boxier, baggier shape around the torso.

Asia T-shirt.com Pte Ltd recommends…

Choosing the right T-shirt can be a daunting task with so many brands and styles to choose from, so I’m going to narrow it down to three recommendations (good, better, best) for your company T-shirt. If you still can’t decide, call us and one of our sales experts can guide you to the right choice.

Standard fit tubular tees

Best: Gildan UltraCotton® (G200)
One of our best-selling
T-shirts, the Gildan G200 is the go-to choice for those who want a durable tee with a great print surface and an affordable price point. It’s 6.1 oz, 100% cotton and comes in a wide variety of colors.

Better: 100% cotton single knit

This is a good choice of material is you are looking at a lower budget with the highest quality and comfort for the t-shirt. However, on the downside, it will shrink after wash. So company who are printing for their worker have to take in this factor.

Good: T/C Cotton Single knit

T/C Cotton Single knit is the most affordable material and it is more durable as compared to the two above. Many cannot differentiate 100% cotton and T/C Cotton as they cannot be seen through our eyes. However, we think that T/C cotton material is a good choice for company that are looking for good pricing as well as good quality for their corporate T-shirt.

If you are still confused on how to choose the right size and the right material, not to worry, just drop us a text @ AsiaT-shirt.com Pte Ltd or sales@asist-shirt.com. And our sales team will provide you the most unbiased option to customised your company T-shirt.


How Much does customizing of t-shirt cost?

Company may engage t shirt printing services for countless reasons. From company promotions to events, conference, fund raising, team building, and advertising their brand. The one aspect that all these projects share is that they all want a reasonable price. However, since most people do not know what institutes a fair price they end up overpaying for t shirt printing in Singapore.

Printers Enjoy Exclusive Suppliers’ Rate

There wasn’t much creativity in t shirts customisation in the past. In the present global clothing market, you can get options like ladies cutting, higher performance material, and higher quality brand T-shirt. This has made the prices of buying blank t-shirts vary significantly.

Nonetheless, when printing companies get t shirt supplies in plain, they are being offered at an agent price. This price is only offered for t-shirt printing companies. Moreover they could bargain the price lower for buying in bulk as they would have the purchasing power to do so.

Printing Technology Made For Bulk Printing

We all know that printing in bulk can reduce the cost per unit. That’s why corporate could enjoy bulk price at the same time. This especially applicable for silkscreen printing. Here is to explain why:

Screen printing — this is the most commonly used type of t shirt printing. Even so, it is the cheapest especially if you have prepared the screens in advance, so they are ready-to-expose whenever an order arrives. One screen uses about SGD1.50 worth of materials while the pre-stretched screens cost approximately SGD25. The typical cost of ink to be SGD0.50 per item. Of course labour and time wasn’t included.

Therefore the start-up charge (not cost) for silkscreen printing on t shirt is approximate SGD70 in the Singapore market. This explains why if you are printing 100pc of t shirt in single color design, you would be charged less than a dollar per t shirt for printing cost. Therefore, the lesser colour you print, you may achieve even less than 15sgd per piece.

Digital printing — this method of printing allows for unlimited printing on both dark and light apparel. Just like how we print on papers using an inkjet printer. It is able to print full color and different color gradients. As well as overlapping colors and photography images solely with the use of a printer.

Therefore, you do not have to pay per colour like silk screen printing does. With the DTG printing method, you can customise t shirt with any colour for one low price as you do not have to pay for additional printing materials or resources. Moreover, the technology eliminates the use of toxic inks and water from its production process.

However, to achieve a printed t shirt below $10, white or light colored t shirt is the only options. As it is more than double of the cost for DTG printing to be done on black or dark colored t shirts. This is due to in order to print on dark colored t shirt, it has to be coated before hand. Extra labour, material cost and time is required.

Nonetheless, knowing the differences of silk screen printing and DTG printing will help you manage your design better. And work towards the budget you have set for your projects.

Bulk Price For Bulk Purchase

Customised corporate t-shirts are usually large orders, which have discounts. Most customers have a policy — you can save more money by ordering a larger quantity of T-shirt. This is not a scam or marketing ploy to take your number, it is just the way it is.

As skeptical as one may be, it is less expensive to set up and print a large quantity order of a similar design as compared to a small quantity. The rationale is that if you were to order a small quantity of custom t shirts, you need to pay more for the resources and the set up cost just to print a low quantity amount of t shirts.

In contrast, the same set up and resources can be reused to print on a lot more t shirts. Fully utilising the materials and the resources needed will save you a lot. Also, each printing location area and each colour requires a new screen set up. Distributing that cost among several shirts instead of one means savings per piece.

T Shirt Printing Not Your Only Marketing Effort

Purchasing a bulk order for custom t shirts of less than $10 will give you more freedom financially to spend on other marketing efforts. This is especially crucial for companies who run events, campaigns and roadshows at different locations in a calendar year.

Consider this, when a project starts, the marketing costs have to be allocated accordingly. Booth space, event emcees, promotional materials such as signage and brochures are all considered. Searching for top promotional products should also be factored into your budget.

Be Strategic

As with customised corporate gifts, custom t shirts can also create lasting memories. Strike conversations, promote brand awareness, and even unite groups for a shared purpose. They are also an excellent way to showcase your identity and creativity. Although many T-shirt printing supplier may encourage you to purchase in a larger bulk to save more money but there are also some ways of reducing the cost like, reducing the colours or reducing the number of sides to be printed.

Learning different types of fabrics

There are many different types of T-shirt fabric in Singapore. Today we will touched on 3 main t-shirt fabric which is commonly used in T-shirt printing company in Singapore. Firstly when choosing a t-shirt for printing, deciding on the right material to screen print is as important as creating a design.

At AsiaT-shirt.com Pte Ltd, we have always believed that t-shirts should feel just as good as they look. Thus it is important to understand the pros and cons of each fabric, so that you can find the right balance of comfort, fit and washability for your t-shirt printing project.

COTTON

Material: a soft natural fiber found in most t-shirts

Cotton is definitely the most common material to find in a t-shirt. It has a nice mix of softness, affordability, and breathability for casual wear. There are also different types of cotton such as combed cotton and organic cotton.One of the biggest downsides to cotton is that it shrinks after the first warm wash. Thus, it is important to ask the t-shirt supplier if the cotton is already pre-shrunk.

POLYESTER

Material: a man-made synthetic fiber

Polyester is the go-to choice for many looking for sports apparel. We usually called Dri fit T-shirt.This material is quick-dry, breathable, doesn’t wrinkle easily, and holds it’s shape well when washed. Although it’s a good choice for athletic wear, polyester is usually not as comfortable as cotton material. However, many people still like to use Dri fit t-shirt as their corporate T-shirt or custom their own family T shirt.

POLY/COTTON BLEND

Material: usually a 50/50 mix of polyester and cotton, but can vary at 65/35 ratio too

Poly/Cotton combines the best qualities of polyester and cotton into a breathable yet soft shirt. This type of fabric has proven to be a favorite with our customers since it’s super soft but can often be cheaper than 100% cotton. Poly/Cotton blends also tend to hold their shape well compared to other fabrics. It is also suitable for all types of printing methods.

RAYON

Material: man-made material from a blend of cotton, trees and woody plants

This fabric was first made as a cheaper version of silk and has a very smooth feel to it. Like polyester, rayon is a good material for athletic and outdoor wear because of its lightweight feel. One of the downsides to rayon is that it doesn’t tend to last well over time and can become wrinkled with repeated wears.

TRI-BLENDS

Material: a blend of three fabrics, most typically cotton, polyester and rayon

The tri-blend is exactly what you might guess: a hybrid of three different fabrics weaved together. The advantage of a hybrid is that it can adopt some of the best qualities of the other fabrics, like the lightweight feel of rayon but the softness of cotton. We’ve found that tri-blends can offer a really nice balance between style, comfort and durability in t-shirts. 

AsiaT-shirt.com Pte Ltd carry mainly this 3 types of material for t shirt printing. If you want something soft and can absorb sweat, it is best to choose cotton round neck t shirt for your custom tee shirt. If you are looking for cheap custom t shirt, then i think drifit t shirt will be more suitable. Lastly, if you are looking print your company t shirt, Poly/Cotton blend is the best choice. It will give a professional look as it holds the shape and dry up faster as compared to 100% cotton. Still don’t know what is suitable for your company t shirt or your custom design t shirt, do look us up on Asiat-shirt.com Pte Ltd. We will provide you our best opinion for your t shirt printing.

How to choose your Company T-shirt?

Company t-shirt design isn’t just about knowing what ideas to communicate, but how to communicate them effectively. Start brainstorming your ideas and channeling your creativity with these tips.The more time and effort you put into preparing for this, the better it will be.

T-shirt types

You will firstly need to decide what style of t-shirt to use: crew neck, V-neck, long-sleeve, short-sleeved, crop tops, polo, and many others…

The type of t-shirt you choose also brings some unique design choices beside budget consideration.

For example, a long-sleeved t-shirt offers the opportunity to print your brand name or slogan down the length of the sleeves. A pocket can also be easily implemented in a design, such as having your mascot appear inside. Even more customize t-shirt options like crop tops or off-the-shoulder tops appeal to more stylish crowds, but could alienate the mainstream.

Choose a style that complements your message, and then take advantage of what that style has to offer.

T-shirt sizes

Do you know that size can vary from a child’s size 4 compared to XXXL or even larger? Images scale differently, so extreme sizes may distort your images. Plan ahead by testing different sizes to make sure you don’t spoil any details.

Also, keep in mind that silkscreen printing may require additional screens for different sizes. To keep costs down, you may have to sacrifice quality for the extreme sizes.

 

Color in t-shirt design

Color is the best element of design for branding your company image. The individual shades, hues, and tints of each color alters the image portray to people ever so slightly, giving designers a breadth of options for sending the right messages. But it’s not just about picking the right colors that match your brand, but also picking the colors that go well together with the t-shirt printing designs.

In addition to choosing the colors for the t-shirt printing, you also need to pay attention to how those printing colors will look together with the color of the T-shirt itself. Because of the way t-shirt inks work, printing colors can get a little tricky. The least expensive way to print your design will be to approximate the colors.The more colour you have, the more expensive it will be. But remember your t-shirt design concept might not be the actual product you will get.

While PMS and CMYK inks may be more expensive, they are more reliable. PMS uses premixed inks that your printers can buy. CMYK printing creates colors by mixing Cyan, Magenta, Yellow and Key (black) inks. You will have to check with your t-shirt printer to determine what is more recommended for your t-shirt printing.

Know your printing options for your company T-shirts

T-shirt designers will usually get lost as there are many printing methods and different ways to go about it. the technical issues can be very intimidating unless you know what they mean. Below are the four most cost effective t-shirt printing methods and which is the best time to use everyone of them.

Silkscreen printing

Silkscreen printing is the most affordable option corporate with large orders, silkscreen printing is the standard route for t-shirt printing in Singapore. Many companies also use silkscreen printing methods for their corporate T-shirt or events T-shirts. An individual screen is created for each color in your design, then printed one atop the other in this silkscreen process.

Pros: Reliable standard for printing. Affordable and high quality. It is recommended for companies with orders more than 50 pieces.

Cons: New screen required for every new color or design revision (which gets costly). Colorful designs end up being expensive.

Vinyl Heat Transfer Printing

Vinyl heat transfer printing are a form of heated transfer. Vinyl is durable, helping your shirts last longer and safeguarding against fading images, and it also add mores texture to your t-shirts.

Pros: Durable and high quality. Ideal for when you want your design to stand out (literally). The process can be as instant as 1-2 hours for people who are looking for instant printing.

Cons: The more colours, the higher the cost thus complicated designs will get more expensive. Not recommended for large orders.

Direct-to-garment (or print-on-demand)

One of the newest methods for t-shirt printing, DTG printing makes use of inkjets, except they’re applied directly to the t-shirt fabric rather than an Heat transfer paper. Of all the options in this list, DTG printing offering the most details and color options, allowing you to showcase the highest level quality on your cotton canvas.

Pros: Highly customizable designs with maximum detail and extensive color choices.

Cons: Use for very small quantity or perhaps a single sample. The more you’re printing, the less viable it becomes. Take note that it doesn’t work well on dark-colored garments.

Embroidery

Embroidery is one of the highest method to customised your company T-shirt. Although it doesn’t involve any printing, but one company should also take into consideration for the method. Embroidery is the process of stitching thread on to the apparel in detail and can be in multiple colours, it is very durable as thread is directly sewed on apparel. Embroidery can also enable individual to customize personal names at a cost effective method. Hence, providing our company t-shirt with a professional look.

Pros: It is extremely durable and very high quality. Many company choose embroidery as the logo will look sharper. A simple polo t-shirt with a company logo will make the company T-shirts look entirely different and professional.

Cons: It may be too costly if your designs are complicated and you have lesser order of 20 pieces.

When you understand how all the printing methods works, you will be able to understand which T-shirt printing methods work well with your company T-shirt. Thus you can have a better communication between you and your t-shirt printing company, and you will have lesser mistake on your printed t-shirt. If you are still unsure, you can contact us at www.asiat-shirt.com and our dedicated team will assist you.

Marketing your company brand through corporate T shirt

You’ve got the office.

You’ve got the website.

You even have the legal docs.

But everybody knows that you’re not a real company until you have your own company t-shirt.

Company tees are a long-standing tradition traced back to 1950s where resorts first experimented with advertising logos on t-shirts, including Walt Disney’s iconic Mickey Mouse. Today, the business t-shirt is still just as practical, offering lots of benefits to companies big or small.

Lets see how to design your corporate T-shirt in just 6 steps.

  1. Objectives of your corporate t-shirt
  2. Budget for your corporate shirt
  3. Understand your printing options

4. What Material to use

5. Design your T-shirt

6. Find a good T-shirt printing company

Know your objectives.

To start with your company t-shirt, you will first need to know why you want a company t shirt.

There are many reasons to do corporate t-shirt:

  1. Give away gifts (freebies)
  2. Brand values
  3. Building a sense of community among workers
  4. Merchandise
  5. Events

Once you’ve determined your objectives, you can then prioritize the different aspects of your t-shirt design. You can also custom design in a way that best suits your needs. If T shirt isn’t your cup of tea, you can also explore into corporate gifts such as towels, landyards, cups, tote bags and more.

Getting corporate gift is not difficult. Many T shirt printing company such as AsiaT-shirt.com Pte Ltd are specialized in corporate T shirt and also corporate gifts. You will just need to choose your items, send the artwork and just wait for the product to be deliver to your doorstep.

Budget

Budget is the most important concerns. Setting a budget to T shirt suppliers will give them a good understand of what you want. They can filter and proposed a good idea to suit your needs. The amount of shirts you need directly affects the best printing method to choose. Some methods such as silkscreen printing cater specifically to large bulk orders, while others like Heat Transfer printing have a high per-unit cost, limiting them to smaller numbers unless you have a big budget.

How much are you willing to spend?

A bigger budget means more than just more shirts. If you want to print more detailed images with more colors, that will cost more. Increase your T shirt printing budget if you want a better quality t-shirt. Think about dollars early so you can find your perfect balance between all of your creative options and the number of t-shirts you need.

Time frame: when you need your shirt to be done?

Designing takes time. T-shirt printing also need time too. Different printing methods have different production turnaround times. Though you can look for instant printing company, but do take note that those instant print t-shirt cannot take in large orders. Recommendation to all companies that are preparing to customise their corporate t-shirt is to set a flexible deadlines so that you can have more time to design and collaborate with your t-shirt printing company. Get these specifics down, you’ll have everything you need to determine the right t-shirt printing method.

Silkscreen Printing VS Heat Transfer Printing

Thanks to the recent innovations, you can print a t-shirt or even mass produce it for a short time.

Heat Transfer Printing and Silkscreen Printing are 2 main printing methods which are mainly used in T-shirt Printing Company in Singapore.

But, how do you know which methods is the suitable for your needs. In this article, you will learn the difference and what makes them special. This difference will help you determine which printing solution is excellent for your Company T-shirt. Both printing methods are perfect, but it will depend with the purpose that you want to achieve.

Silkscreen Printing:

Silkscreen printing involves application of ink-blocking stencil to a nylon mesh or screen. The stencil will have ink, which is in liquid form. You will then take the stencil and transfer it to the fabrics and voila!! you’ve got your own custom t-shirt.

Silkscreen printing doesn’t work in for all designs shirt. Unlike Heat Transfer Printing, screen printing needs more chemical and equipment for it work. It is best for T-shirt printing companies. For screen printing to work, you will need.

· Tape

· Films

· Squeegees

· Scrubbers

· Printers

· Screens

· Plastisol ink

Pros:

· Screen printing is cost effective if you have large projects, let say like you need to print 1000 units. It doesn’t have any size limitation like Heat Transfer printing.

· Screen printing produce bright fabric with a better soft-feel on the hand. Garments produced through screen print method tend to be durable and can endure roughness from any washing machine.

Cons:

·Silkscreen Printing is not suitable for printing small orders, if you have a T-shirt printing company, you will see that it is expensive. For that reason, screen printing is best if you are printing more than 100 pieces.

· The limitation I see with screen printing is that it can’t take on complex multi-colored designs. It works with one or two colors in most cases. That explains why you need to take one color per screen.

· If you were to work with several colors, you will need like 20 screens and the machine has to pass through them to get the desired print.

· Screen printing can really delay your turn around time if you are working with complex colors for custom T-shirt.

Heat Transfer Printing
Many
T-shirt Printing companies in Singapore will have invested in a Heat Transfer printing machine which involves pressing your custom t-shirt design into the material by using a heat transfer printing machine.


Before using
Heat Transfer Printing machine reviews to do the heavy lifting, you have to design the artwork first on a piece of paper. Then transfer that piece to your fabric using a Heat Transfer printing machine.
Heat Transfer printing is used to create custom T-shirt designs in many instant t-shirt printing companies in Singapore. There are different kinds of heat transfers printing.

Vinyl heat transfer:
Heat transfer vinyl reviews involves cutting small pieces of shapes or designs then transferring them into your own
best quality T-shirt.
Unlike the
Silkscreen printing method, the vinly heat transfer allows you to print different colors. It is best suited if you want to print your own T-shirt, family design T-shirt or even your company T-shirt.

Digital print heat transfer:

Digital heat transfer printing is printing your custom design on a piece of transfer paper using solvent ink.
In fact, most
t shirt printing companies that are into instant t-shirt printing business are adopting the digital print shirt method.
If you are going to deal with complex color stature, then
heat transfer printing will be ideal for you than screen printing method.

Pros:

– Unlike screen printing method, heat transfer printing is clean and environmental friendly which Screen printing involves lots of chemical combinations.

– You are want best quality t shirt design because the heat transfer printing uses solvent ink and graphical software packages. This makes work easier and gives you flexibility.

– Unlike screen printing method that utilizes one color, with heat transfer printing method, you can use an array of colors.

Heat transfer printing is affordable and easy to set up. It is good for custom t shirt with no minimum order. It is a printing method that you can print your own t-shirt at home. Silkscreen printing is expensive, and you will need equipment and chemicals which are very costly.


Cons.

– For mass production of garment, the process is going to be time-consuming.

– Most of the garments produced won’t last long. You won’t be able to lay multiple colors because you t-shirt will feel bulky.

Conclusion:

The difference between heat transfer printing and silkscreen printing. Screen printing is old school although better tools and equipment are coming out to help you design the fabrics.

For multi-color designs, heat transfer printing is more recommendable. However, heat transfer printing design are fairly durable.

If your are looking for more quality and long-lasting designs, screen printing is ideal with larger quantity and not sophisticated design.

Thus, before choosing which printing methods, you will have to take into considerations of the quantity, the design and last but not least, your budget.

5 places to get student discount in Singapore

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Being a student is never easy, especially when you have to drag yourself out of bed at the crack of dawn to go to school for 8 hours before realising that…there’s quite the limitation to the sort of after-school activities you can do with your friends, because you’ve all got limited budgets.

Thankfully, many establishments understand the struggle, and swoop in to save us with their student promos

1) AsiaT-shirt.com Pte Ltd

Students enjoy SPECIAL DISCOUNT on their Class T-shirt printing singapore Order.

Asiat-shirts provides wide range of product such as: Polo T-shirt, Roundneck T-shirt, Hoodies, Sports Singlet and of course! Free Delivery!

All you have to do is to give email your class t-shirt design to:

jacqueline@asiat-shirt.com and quote **STUDENT** on your subject

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2) Gong Cha Singapore

Students enjoy $1.90 Pearl Milk Tea at Gong Cha from 1 – 5pm on weekdays starting 2 Mar 20

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Attention all students – it’s time to take a break with Gong Cha and Lee Seung Gi! Gong Cha have got the perfect deal to help you power through the week.

Simply show up in your uniform or flash your student pass from Monday to Friday, 1 – 5pm to enjoy a cup of their Pearl Milk Tea (M) for only $1.90.

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Available at selected outlets. Limited to 1 cup per order.

3) Pastamania’s Singapore

Pastamania’s student meal is the cheapest of those in this list, but that’s because it’s not exactly a “meal”. It’s $4.90, but you only get a pasta / pizza main course – no drinks, no sides.

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You’ll have to choose from the six selected mains – cheesy crumble chicken ham pasta, aglio olio, turkey bacon aglio olio, the mediterranean pasta, spicy chicken pasta, or chicken ham & mushroom pizza. If you want anything else, you just get 10% off.

If you want, you can make it a meal (side + drink) and still keep it under $10. Depending on what sides you choose (there’s soup, garlic bread and more), it will be an extra $3 to $4.50.

4) Pizza Hut Singapore

Pizza Hut student meal – $5.90 for main & free flow soft drinks

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Pizza Hut’s student meal is probably the best deal of the lot: you get a main and free-flow soft drinks.  Yup, I say this pretty much qualifies as public service because we all know how much soft drinks students can drink, especially after CCA.

And there is plenty of selection for mains too. For $5.90, you can choose from Hawaiian, veggie lover’s, and pepperoni personal pan pizzas, spaghetti bolognese and the trio cheese baked penne.

5) Anytime Fitness Singapore

Breaking a sweat is a great stress-reliever, which also boosts your brainpower so you can kill it at the studying game. Hit up 24-hour gym Anytime Fitness to get squeeze out a workout anytime, be it after a late night study session or early in the morning.

The gym has a special package for students at $88/month for a 12-month contract without a joining fee. In total, you’ll be saving $218.

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Overcoming Depth of Field Limitations

Some methods and equipment allow altering the apparent DOF, and some even allow the DOF to be determined after the image is made. For example, Focus stacking combines multiple images focused on different planes, resulting in an image with a greater (or less, if so desired) apparent depth of field than any of the individual source images. Similarly, in order to reconstruct the 3-dimensional shape of an object, a depth map can be generated from multiple photographs with different depths of field. This method is called “shape from focus.”

Other technologies use a combination of lens design and post-processing: Wavefront coding is a method by which controlled aberrations are added to the optical system so that the focus and depth of field can be improved later in the process.

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Butterfly Lighting

Butterfly lighting uses only two lights. The key light is placed directly in front of the subject, often above the camera or slightly to one side, and a bit higher than is common for a three-point lighting plan. The second light is a rim light.

Often a reflector is placed below the subject’s face to provide fill light and soften shadows.

This lighting may be recognized by the strong light falling on the forehead, the bridge of the nose, the upper cheeks, and by the distinct shadow below the nose that often looks rather like a butterfly and thus, provides the name for this lighting technique.

Butterfly lighting was a favourite of famed Hollywood portraitist George Hurrell, which is why this style of lighting is often called Paramount lighting.

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