Landscape winners are (L-R, front) Jundee Basilides 3rd Place, Rommel Laqui 1st Place, and Diana Lo 2nd Place with their FPPF mentors and photo judges George Cabig, Chris Malinao, and Prof. Cecilia S. Angeles.

Winners in Human Activity are Rommel Laqui 2nd Place, John Joseph Gan 1st Place, and Hannah Zhuang 3rd Place with their photo judges at the back.

Winners Batch 5 Saturdays
FPPF Basic Photography May 6-June 3, 2017
12 Students

Human Activity:

1st Place – John Joseph Gan
2nd Place – Rommel Laqui
3rd Place – Hannah Zhuang


1st Place – Rommel Laqui
2nd Place – Diana Lo
3rd Place – Jundee Basilides

Best in Portrait: Marivie M. Angcaya

Class Vote:

Best in Human Activity – Hannah Zhuang
Best in Landscape – Pinky R. Gan

Best in Portrait is Marivie Angcaya, getting her medal from Prof. Cecilia S. Angeles.

In the class vote, Best in Human Activity is Hannah Zhuang and Best in Landscape is Pinky Gan.

Ka Lito, FPPF President Pablo Beltran, having an intimate talk with the new photographers. “We hope you don’t lose that passion for photography. We hope to see you again as successful photographers,” he said.

During critique, professional photographer George Cabig points to some details that can still improve the picture.

“The point is relevance. Everything in the frame has an effect on the whole picture,” Beltran said in assessing the final photos.

Prof. Cecilia S. Angeles holds the FPPF’s Frame One magazine. “You may also contribute photos and articles to Frame One and share your stories as photographers,” said the profesora.

Pizza time.

The class of Batch 5 Saturdays, 2017 with their mentors.