- April 28, 2018
8:00 am - 5:00 pm
Ever wanted to shoot amazing pictures of beautiful and magnificent Philippine monuments, sites, landmarks and heritage landscapes? Wondering how you can capture the spirit of the place as well as the traditions and practices of its people?
Join our LITRATO PAMANA Heritage Photography Workshop and Photowalk this Saturday, April 28, 2018, 8am to 5pm with renowned photographer Paul Quiambao, as you study and practice the fundamentals of heritage photography. Whether you’re an amateur hobbyist or already a professional photographer, you’re sure to enjoy this workshop as you capture the sights of Escolta and Binondo in Manila!
Learn the different topics on heritage photography, such as:
- Camera Gear and Advanced Setup
- Camera Settings
- Pre-production & planning: Essential tools, weather forecasting, vantage points and safety
- Shooting the tangible and intangible cultural heritage of the Philippines
- Historic Landmarks
- Artifacts and Objects
- Traditions and Values
- Food and Cuisine
- Indigenous Skills
- Spiritual Practices
- Composition Techniques
- Photographer Ethics
- Experiences in Photography: Successes, Failures and Valuable Lessons
Register and pay on or before March 31, 2018 to avail of early-bird rate of Php 1750! Senor citizen, student, PWD, and GKI Certified Volunteer rates are also available.
Registration fee includes a Certificate of Participation, lunch, snacks and workshop kit.
Participants will need to bring any one of the following cameras for the workshop:
- Mirrorless camera
- SLR or DSLR camera
- Full-frame camera
- Any phone camera with decent picture quality
- (Optional) Participants may also bring other camera accessories as they wish
About Paul Quiambao
Paul Quiambao is a renowned Filipino photographer whose work focuses on travel, landscape and heritage photography. He finished Architecture from the University of Santo Tomas, where he was the official photographer during the 400 years celebration of UST in 2011. He traveled around the Philippines to capture the natural landscapes our country has to offer. He won the grand price twice in ArtPetron contest, and a four-time Benavidez Outstanding Achievement Awardee for his significant contributions in photography.
Paul was part of The Philippine Roadtrip in 2016, a group of travelers who went around the Philippines to give solar lights to remote communities without access to electricity. That same year, he won the Grand Prize in KLM Airlines Photography Competition and was sent on assignment in Europe to shoot several European landscapes, monuments, sites and cities.
Venue Phone: +6327823601
Venue Website: https://www.facebook.com/firstcoworkingmnl/Address:
Units 502 & 506, First United Building, Escolta St., Binondo, City of Manila