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July 10, 2012

Learn How to Shoot and Select Photographs By Paco Guerrero

Each photograph tells its own story. The camera’s ability to capture particular life moments, as narrated by the photographer, is what gives photography its storytelling power.

Photography as Narrative is a two-day workshop where participants will learn how to shoot and select photographs that tell stories individually and as a set. It is scheduled on July 21 and 28, 2012 at 9:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m. at the Filipinas Heritage Library.


Participants will learn how to assess picture-perfect moments, so that every shot contributes to the building of a story. Participants will also learn how to choose which photographs to include and leave out of their final visual narratives.

The best photography narratives taken during the workshop will be featured at The Alcove’s online gallery.

The workshop will be facilitated by Paco Guerrero. He began taking photographs at the age of 12. He received the Best Photographer Award in 1994 from the Brooks Institute of Photography in Santa Barbara, California, USA and the Best Documentary Award from American Photo in 1996. He also attended the Brooks Institute Documentary program in West Africa in 1996 and the Eddie Adams Photography workshop in 1997.

Guerrero is an expert travel and lifestyle photographer, who has worked for a number of international clients, including the Conde Nast Traveller, Travel and Leisure, Endless Vacation, Destinasian, Lexus Magazine, Budget Travel, Runners World, Rogue, Continental Inflight, Intercontinental Hotels Group, Sol Melia, Sunwest Hotels, Contrapunto BBDO Spain, Brand New (Spain), Lottuse, and Nestle.

The workshop fee is P4,500.

Contact Details:
For more details, please call (63 2) 892-1801, (63 917) 559-4417 or e-mail: cruz.ct@ayalafoundation.org.
Schedule/Venue
Filipinas Heritage Library
Makati Ave.

Ayala Triangle
Makati Ave.
Makati, Metro Manila, Philippines


Saturday July 21, 2012 9:00 AM
Saturday July 28, 2012 9:00 AM

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