Beyond Basics 2 Photography Workshop

WORKSHOP RATE: 3,800 2-day workshop
# of participants: 25 maximum
LOCATION: Peoples park (for approval)
DATE: March 19-20,2011
TIME: 8.30 am - beyond c:

Inclusive of:
1. meal and snacks
2. certificate
3. workshop kit / module
4. photo contest
5. photo exhibit (yung mga entries for photo contest exhibit natin sa bro's brew)
6. Privilege to be a member of Fotospeakmedia Davao Photography Group

Workshop overview:
1. Correct metering, white balance, exposure bracketing and more...
2. Practical Lighting Techniques
3. Ambient light shooting
4. Learn Trouble shooting
5. Strobe Lighting techniques
6. Practical Indoor/Outdoor shooting

7. Outdoor Portraiture
a. Determine the correct angle and pose
b. Learn how to add flash fill light
c. Learn how to control the background

8. Night Photo shoot
9. Photo contest and critiques
10. Photo Exhibit

2. Electronic Flash / Tripod (optional)
3. Wireless trigger / Off camera Flash cord(optional)
4.Laptop (optional)

about the speaker:

Mr. Jomel Gregorio
De La Salle St. Benilde Multimedia Arts Professor
TESDA accredited Certficate # 091306028054 – National Certificate II
Beyond Basic 1 / Travel on Location Davao photography Workshop

Jomel Gregorio is a destination photojournalist, travel photographer and a contemporary artist based Manila, Philippines. He is known for his unique photojournalistic and relaxed portraits using imaginative concepts.He has always been fascinated and passionate about visual arts, especially the connection between art and photography. Started his photography career in 2003 as a part-time job, and went full time in 2006. He reinvented “Tintography,” an alternative process and age-old method of painting over pictures, and his work was featured in IBC 13 and ABS-CBN in 2008.

Jomel’s work also has been featured in US and UK wedding blogs, including Rocknroll Bride ‘UK, Boho Weddings ‘UK, Love Olio USA, Bubbly, Bride USA, and Hotoccasions Philippines.

Lately, he’s been expanding his horizon by trying his hand on magazine work. He currently shoots for Asian Traveler Magazine, a Manila-based travel publication, which has brought him to cities around Asia as well as restaurants and other often high-end establishments in Manila. He not only shoots exotic destinations, but also ventured into food, commercial establishments, and residential subjects. He took up this project as a venue for practicing what he preaches in the classroom.