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February 23, 2013

Photography and Travel Writing Workshop at the Ayala Museum

Photography and travel go together. Photography allows us to capture emotions and stories during our travels.
In photographs our memories live forever, so every shot matters. With digital technology, the world of travel photography has changed - presenting new challenges and opportunities for photographers.

Join LEARN FROM THE PHOTOGRAPHY EXPERTS | Travel Photographyand see the world through the photographer’s lens. Learn to handle various shooting environments when photo taking during your travels.

A combination of lectures and hands-on sessions, the workshop will tackle these topics and more:

Photography in the digital age
The essentials of travel photography
Photojournalism and travel photography
Packing your bags like a travel photographer
Travel photography photo editing ethics
Caring forcameras and other equipment


The workshop facilitator is Estan Cabigas, a professional photographer whose works have been published in National Geographic Magazine, Geo (Germany), Sunday Times London, Philippine Daily Inquirer, BluPrint, and High Life. He was also the main photographer for the books Balaandong Bahandi: Sacred Treasures of the Archdiocese of Cebu and Philippine Church Facades.

Cabigas specializes in architecture, travel, documentary, and sports photography. Since 2008, he has been exhibiting his works, most recently at the Noorderlicht Photo Festival in Groningen, the Netherlands.

Cabigas is also an influential photography blogger. He was a finalist for “The Visualizer” category of the 2012 Globe Tatt Awards, a yearly search for the biggest Filipino influencers in social media.

Fees and Registration:

The workshop fee is P 5,000 inclusive of snacks, handouts, a certificate, plus one day free access to the Ayala Museum and Filipinas Heritage Library. You can pay through cash, credit card, or bank deposit. You can pay in-person at the museum lobby. Please e-mail for any inquiries you may have.

Limited slots available!Register on or before March 1, 2013 and get a five percent early bird discount (no discount for credit card payments).
Ayala Museum
Greenbelt Park

Makati Avenue corner De La Rosa St., Greenbelt Park, Ayala Center
Makati, Metro Manila, Philippines

Wednesday March 13, 2013
Friday March 15, 2013
Tuesday March 19, 2013
Thursday March 21, 2013

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