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Monday, July 27, 2009

Hello Malaysia: Travel Light 2009 Photo Workshops

Photo Exhibit/Tradeshow
August 31 to Sep 6, 2009 - SM Mall of Asia Atrium

Photo Seminar/Workshop
Sep 2 to 5, 2009 - SMX Convention Center

For more info, click here.

Friday, July 24, 2009

New Online Photography Magazine to be launched on 1 August 2009

The Black Snapper is a project created by designer Frank Kloos and documentary photographer Diederik Meijer, based in Amsterdam, The Netherlands. The Black Snapper aims to create an online community that will inspire photography professionals and photography enthusiasts worldwide.

Read more here.

Thursday, July 16, 2009

World Press Photo 2009 Exhibition | Manila

SCHEDULE

The Podium
Sat 01 Aug 09 - Exhibition open for public
Mon 03 Aug 09 - 18:30 h. Official opening
Sat 08 Aug 09 - Last day of exhibition

The Block, SM North Edsa
Sun 09 Aug 09 - Exhibition open for public
Mon 10 Aug 09 - Official opening
Wed 19 Aug 09 - Last day of exhibition

Mall of Asia
Thu 20 Aug 09 - Exhibition open for public
Thu 20 Aug 09 - 18:30 h. Official opening
Sun 23 Aug 09 - Last day of exhibition

EXHIBITION VISITING HOURS

Monday - Thursday : 10:00-21:00
Friday - Sunday : 10:00-22:00

Exhibition is being organized by Ateneo de Manila University Konrad Adenauer Asian Center for Journalism at the Ateneo and supported by SM Malls/ SM Prime Holdings, and Unilever Philippines.

Tuesday, July 14, 2009

Portfolio Review Days @ Silverlens

Moderated by Rachel Rillo, Isa Lorenzo and Others

A portfolio review is a good way to evaluate in which direction your photography is going. A regular objective review is essential in any photographer's growth, either as a shooter of found photographs or as a creator of staged images. Three portfolio review dates are available on an appointment basis. The photographer is encouraged to choose one date, all reviewers will be available to see their work.

September 5, September 19 or October 3
Saturdays, 1-4 pm
Fee: Php 1,000

TO REGISTER: Call Leonore at 8160044 or 09052650873, email manage@silverlensphoto.com 50% Reservation Fee required. Balance due on the first day of classes.

Monday, July 13, 2009

Kaleidoscope by Ina Ayala, Mintio and MM Yu @ Silverlens Gallery


Opening reception: 29 July 2009 (6-9pm)

Kaleidoscope will be the very first full-color show by Silverlens Gallery. The show is a mix of three artists, Ina Ayala, Mintio and MM Yu, with very different perceptions of space and reality. The show captures the polychromatic urban soul through Ina Ayala’s painterly abstractions, Mintio’s explosions of light and MM Yu’s street documentary style.

Kaleidoscope reveals the patterns and textures that make up the vivid cityscape and divulges each artists’ intimate and personal perception of reality.

Images (L-R): Ina Ayala, Untitled 1, 2009; Mintio, detail, Concrete Euphoria: Mongkok, Hong Kong, 2009; MM Yu, detail, Colored Straw, 2009

Wednesday, July 1, 2009

Balaanong Bahandi: Sacred Treasures of the Archdiocese of Cebu

Balaanong Bahandi
A Fundraising Photo Exhibit
Cathedral Museum of Cebu
3 July 2009

A fundraising exhibit for the book 'Balaanong Bahandi: Sacred Treasures of the Archdiocese of Cebu' which is the ultimate guide to the Archdiocese’s architectural heritage, showcasing all the churches in Cebu from the earliest missions to contemporary parishes, including all of the outstanding artistry they contain: bas reliefs expressed in coral stone, carved images in ivory and wood, ceiling paintings by the famed Canuto Avila and Raymundo Francia, handwritten pages in canonical books, bronze bells, and many other tangible manifestations of over 400 years of Christianity in Cebu.

There will be a pre-selling of the 300page full color book of which buyers can avail of the 20% discount.

For more details, click here.

Photographs in the book were photographed by Estan Cabigas (who also maintains Simbahan.net, a blog on Philippine Heritage Churches), Mark Andrew Jorolan and Lorens Gibb Lapinig.

Panangidayew Photo Exhibit

See details here.
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