Human Activity winners are (L-R front) Reginald Pradanos 2nd Place, Daniel Villarico 1st Place, and Arnel Bautista 3rd Place with their FPPF instructors and photo judges at the back, Prof. Cecilia S. Angeles, Chris Malinao, and George Cabig.

Landscape winners are Michael Adrian Dupaya 3rd Place, Arnel Bautista 1st Place, and Dave Tenorio 2nd Place.

Winners Batch 4 Sundays
FPPF Basic Photography April 30-May 28, 2017
22 Students

Human Activity:

1st Place – Daniel C. Villarico
2nd Place – Reginald Pradanos
3rd Place – Arnel S. Bautista

Landscape:

1st Place – Arnel S. Bautista
2nd Place – Ernest Dave A. Tenorio
3rd Place – Michael Adrian D. Dupaya

Best in Portrait: Ruperto M. Dulay, Jr.

Class Vote:

Best in Human Activity – Reginald Pradanos
Best in Landscape – Ernest Dave A. Tenorio

Best in Portrait is Jopet Dulay, shown here with Prof. Cecil.

As the class voted, Best in Human Activity is Reginald Pradanos and Best in Landscape is Ernest Dave A. Tenorio.

During photo critique, the instructors appreciate the merits of each entry and offer suggestions on how to make them even better.

“This is a nice photograph,” said travel photographer George Cabig, “but the contrast has suffered a bit due to overexposure. Stop down a little and this can be perfect.”

“I like this,” said George.

Prof. Cecil said the bride face is no longer prominent, as if she is not the center of attention. “She should be, and you can make a flattering picture of here by making her the center of attention. Take care of your exposure and frame well,” she said.

Pizza time after a rigorous workshop.

The class of Batch 4 Sundays, 2017.

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