World-famous photographer Manny Librodo met with FPPF Chairwoman Eduviges Y. Huang and FPPF Project Director Lito Beltran at a private lunch in a Chinese restaurant in Makati today where they discussed matters relating to the upcoming PhotoWorld Asia 2010 photography trade show to be held at the Glorietta, Ayala Malls in Makati on January 28 to February 2, 2010.
During the meeting, Manny showed photos by participants of his workshops from various places around the world, the latest of which was held in Cebu yesterday. He will proceed to San Francisco, California for another photography workshop there on September 26-27, and then on to Los Angeles for yet another workshop on October 3-4.
After a brief stay in New York City, N.Y., Manny said he will be back in Manila on October 14 in time for a 5-day photo workshop organized exclusively for photography enthusiasts at the Bank of the Philippine Islands on Oct 24-28.
Manny Librodo is the main guest speaker during PhotoWorld Asia 2010 where he will share his photography techniques and post-process workflow with participants. He will speak in the educational series of PWA 2010, together with US photographer Kevin Ames, Jose Librodo (Manny’s brother), Boboy Yonzon, John Silva, John Tronco, Jason Magbanua, Bernie Ledesma and Isa Lorenzo.
Manny has conducted workshops in Canada, the United States, Amsterdam, Scandinavia, India, Egypt, Bhutan, Thailand, Viet Nam, Myanmar, Indonesia, Australia and, of course, the Philippines. He is the only Filipino photographer who holds this distinction.
Photo at left shows the author, Chris Malinao (right), with Manny Librodo, center, and FPPF Chairwoman Eduviges Y. Huang. Manny Librodo is main guest speaker in the educational series of PhotoWorld Asia 2010, Jan 29-Feb 1. The trade show from Jan 28-Feb 2 at the Glorietta in Makati is open to the public for free. The educational series, to be held at the SGV Hall of the Asian Institute of Management in Makati, which will feature seminars to be conducted by famous photographers, will require registration. Seminar fee is P5,000; for early birds it’s P4,000 until Nov 30, and P4,500 from Dec 1 until Jan 27.
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