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Friday, September 3, 2010

Photography Workshops by the Federation of Philippine Photographers Foundation, Inc. (FPPF)


Attention all photographers amateurs and professionals and those who want to learn more about Photography, the Federation of Philippine Photographers Foundation, Inc. (FPPF) will be conducting a series of workshop across the Philippines for 5 consecutive weeks each.

The workshop will cover basic camera operation, camera settings for proper exposure, composition, elements of design, basic studio lighting and portraiture, table top lighting for product shoots and flash photography. There will be critique sessions after the daily hands-on shoots and prizes will be awarded to the best shots. FPPF instructors from Manila will conduct the workshop.

If you are interested to join then check out the schedules below:

Bulacan Basic Photography Workshop starts Sept. 18 - The next Basic Photography workshop in Bulacan will be held on September 18, 25, October 2, and 9, 2010, Saturdays, at the St. Agatha Hotel in Guiguinto, Bulacan. (Read More)

Calamba Basic Photography Workshop Starts Sep 19 - The FPPF is holding Basic Photography Workshop in Calamba, Laguna for five Sundays on September 19, 26, October 3, 10 & 17, 2010. Venue is the Elementary Bldg. of St. John Colleges in Calamba. FPPF instructors from Manila will be in Calamba to conduct the workshop. (Read More)

Basic Workshop in Baguio City Starts September 24 - Kameraworx and the Federation of Philippine Photographers Foundation, Inc. FPPF) will hold the FPPF Baguio Photography Workshop on September 24, 25, 26, and 27, 2010 at the Hotel Henrico located in Legarda Road, Baguio City. (Read More)

Cebu Basic Photography Workshop (CPW8) Oct 22-24 - Venue will be at the Sacred Heart Center in Cebu City. CPW8 is Basic Photography workshop covering topics that include digital single-lens reflex (DSLR) camera operation, composition, elements of design and basic photographic lighting – using studio strobes and available light. (Read More)

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