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Friday, February 06, 2015

The Scene Around: Bloggers ng Pinas' Basic Photography

1/16/2015 3:18:26 PM

It’s that one fateful Saturday afternoon in October at the U-View of the Full Booked Bonifacio High Street branch when Bloggers ng Pinas, a group comprising of different bloggers based around the country, made a two-hour summit possible intended for Basic Photography.

Nikon Philippines and When in Manila backed BNP”s gathering, with selected personalities doing their share of tips and tricks.

Popular guy Azarel Coladilla tackled his usual stuff when it comes to covering blog-related events (which also – and a must – includes photography), as well as putting up watermarks in your works.

Also, photographer spoke on the basics of photography; on the elements that should exists inside a captured moments, and also the important stuff for the pros.

Nikon Philippines also presented their share of talk, with products which offers nothing but the best in the field for everyone.

Canva, though, was supposed to be present on that event; but after time constraints prior to the gathering, they offered a summit containing the ways of using their own product as well as the proper social media marketing for blogs later on. (Stay tuned on my next post later on.)

The seminar was put into a test when everyone went at the nearby Olive Tree Kitchen and Bar (OTKB) for the food photography contest. Selected members from the BNP won precious prizes such as gift certificate on the said bistro.

Some few hours may be shorter to deal with learnings, but still it’s worth it. Check out the part two of this series soon!

(This post will be reupdated, with photos during the event attached)

Author: slickmaster | © 2015 september twenty-eight productions

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