I’ve been to Dumaguete in 2004 and given a chance, I’d like to revisit this lovely capital city of Negros Oriental. As I write this, I think of the inato and other delectable yummies, the serenity and spank combined in its many attractions, our wandering inside the Silliman University, the beach, and more. I wish I took plenty of photos that time because when I rechecked my limited captures, they were mostly about me and my workmates. That probably was the chapter in my life when I was more concerned about me being framed in the shot and not of the views. Recently, I learned that Jay Alonzo, our maestro in basic and food photography workshops will champion a ‘photo journey’ in Antulang Beach Resort from March 4 to 6, 2011.
Photography + Travel + Food + Great Photography Teacher + Company of Photo Enthusiasts + ? = Promising Photo Journey!
? = you!
Why a photo journey? This workshop is not only a travel photography because it will try to bring out the photographer in you. It will teach you how to to create photos that speak of your emotions, your idea, your story. It’s not just about image making…it’s the moment. Jay Alonzo will teach the participants to come up with images that need not much, if none at all, post processing and cropping images. If only I were in Manila or vacationing in Manila soon, I will definitely join in!
For those who wish to join (and for the undecided, I know you will give in *winks*), kindly take note of these details:
Level: Recommended for beginners and intermediate photographers
* Any digital camera but preferably a digital SLR (for DSLR users, kindly bring all the lenses that you have)
* Extra camera batteries/battery charger
* Adequate number/capacity of memory cards for your camera
Photo Journey Workshop Fee: P9,500 (5% discount on registration placed before February 20, 2011). For Negros Oriental residents, P7,000
Photo journey inclusions:
Breakfast for Saturday, Sunday and Monday
Morning, and afternoon snacks/refreshments for Saturday & Sunday
Dinner from Friday till Sunday
3 nights twin sharing a deluxe cabana
Sunset cruise to Tambobo Bay
Roundtrip transfers (for grouped arrivals/departures in PAL or Cebu Pacific flights, which arrive and leave 15 minutes apart)
*Airfare and lunch are personal account of participants
For bookings, kindly contact Ms. Claire Serillo from Antulang Beach Resort, Acme Traders Compound, Bagacay, Dumaguete City 6200 Tel: +63 (35) 422-2600 / 225-8899, Telefax: +63 (35) 422-2461, Mobile: +63 920-947-6373, Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Note: This is not a paid post. I believe in this photo journey and its organizers. Since I can’t join in because I’m miles away, the best that I can do is to share this great message to those who will possibly benefit from it.