The First Placers are (L-R, front) Elmer Martinez in Landscape, Badette Urayenza in Human Activity, and Mathew Rivera in Portrait. At the back are FPPF mentors Prof. Cecilia S. Angeles, George Cabig, and Chris Malinao.
Winners Batch 10 Weekdays
FPPF Basic Photography Oct 23-27, 2017
1st Place – Bernadette Urayenza
1st Place – John Elmer Martinez
Best in Portrait: Mathew Rivera
Best in Human Activity – Bernadette Urayenza
Best in Landscape – Owen Neil Espera
Top choices in the Class Vote are Badette Urayenza, Best in Human Activity, and Owen Neil Espera, Best in Landscape.
FPPF President Pablo Beltran gave a pep talk to the new photographers. “How do you make money in photography? Be good not only in photography, and develop your selling skills. If you can’t sell yourself, then you don’t make money,” Beltran said.
“This picture can still be improved by shooting it from a different angle,” FPPF instructor George Cabig said during photo evaluation.
“I cannot be happy with your pictures because you did not follow what I taught you,” lamented Prof. Cecilia S. Angeles. “Do not forget the rule of thirds,” she said.
“I like this, but I will crop it. There is a better framing for this,” Cabig said of one photo.
The class of Batch 10 Weekdays, 2017 with their FPPF mentors George Cabig and Cecilia Angeles.
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