March 22, 2018, 8:15 am
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Yearend photo courses at Fort Santiago

THE Federation of Philippine Photographers Foundation (FPPF) continues offering basic photo courses for beginners and special courses for professionals at the historic Fort Santiago in Intramuros Manila.    

For Students, out-of-school youth, professional, employees and other professionals can learn photography as a worthwhile hobby while professional photographers can learn more to be more competitive.

Eduviges Y. Huang, chairperson of the FPPF, said for beginners there is a lesson plan that will enable them to acquire the basic skills to operate a camera and take good photos in 5 days or 40 hours. She said there is an even shorter time to teach corporate employees how to operate the camera and come up with nicely composed pictures.

The modules are now packaged for corporations as they now realize the value of good photography in communication.

With trained photo staff, companies enjoy better presentations and find their communication better understand because of visuals. Better pictures also indispensable to effective social networking.

Participants can choose whether on weekdays or weekends.

The weekday is on Sept. 25-29.The next 5-Saturday basic photography seminar will start on Nov. 4.

The next advanced photography course will be on Sep. 30, Oct. 1, 7, and 8.

FPPF also offers Wedding Photography on Oct. 2-5, two-Sunday seminar on Videography on Sept. 17 & 24.

For details, contact FPPF, c/o Jobelle Gabilan, Femii Bldg., A. Soriano St., Intramuros, Manila, tel. 5247576/5280371 or visit
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