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Tuesday, January 22, 2008

Digital 101: Photography and the Computer

February 2, 9, and 16 (9:00 a.m.–4:00 p.m.)

This workshop, designed for digital camera users who want to learn the basics of photography, discusses topics such as:
  • Factors affecting photographic output
  • Basic understanding of light
  • The digital camera and its functions
  • Exposure setting
  • How to see and take better pictures
  • Basic image manipulation and output considerations
To further develop the participants’ knowledge, this workshop will entail photo assignments, critiquing, and a photo clinic.


Digital camera, preferably SLR


Filipinas Heritage Library, Makati Avenue, Ayala Triangle, Makati City (across The Peninsula Manila)


Jay Alonzo has been teaching photography for more than 11 years and is now considered as one of the country's leading photography instructors. Since 2001, he has been regularly conducting photography classes at The Alcove (Filipinas Heritage Library's photography nook) and for a wide range of clients such as Oishi, Holcim Philippines, Pilipinas Shell, Procter & Gamble, and
Microsoft, among many others. In 2007, he has been tapped to teach overseas.

In between classes, Jay is involved in shooting for hotel, tourism, and restaurant businesses. Also, Jay is currently a photo contributor for High Life and Mabuhay (Philippine Airline's in-flight magazine).


Php 4,000.00 inclusive of handouts, meals, computer use, and certificate.

Due to the limited number of slots, interested participants are requested to register on or before
January 30 by placing a partial payment of at least Php500.00 (non-refundable) . A 10% discount will be extended to those who will settle the payment in full on or before the deadline.

For more details, please call 892-1801, send an SMS to 0917-5594417, email cruz.ct@ayalafounda or visit

Upcoming photography workshop - Primer on Lighting
February 23 (9:00 a.m.–5:00 p.m. )

For more details, please call 892-1801, send an SMS to 0917-5594417, email cruz.ct@ayalafounda or visit
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