Sunday, December 27, 2009

Jojie Alcantara Photojournalism Workshop and Soccsksargen Bloggers Christmas Party

“Photography was been introduced to me by my former boss namely Mrs. Arvie Llido-Tan. It has been a very close friend of mine since third year high school. My first photography workshop was held  in Intramuros, Manila last May 18, 2008 conducted by the Federation of Philippine Photographers Foundation, Incorporated." 

The event was held at The Farm, Koronadal City last December 21, 2009, Monday. The participants includes Bloggers from Soccsksargen and Koronadal. It started around 9 AM in the morning and ended at 7 PM in the evening including the night shots. 

Before the event officially starts Ma’am Jojie Alcantara showcase first her fascinating photos taken from different places here in our country. 

Sunrise in Davao by Jojie Alcantara (Witerary) Banca by Jojie Alcantara (Witerary) Kadayawan Festival 2009 by Jojie Alcantara (Witerary) Kadayawan Festival 2009 by Jojie Alcantara (Witerary) Kadayawan Festival 2009 by Jojie Alcantara (Witerary) Masskara Festival 2007 by Jojie Alcantara (Witerary) Amazon Princess by Jojie Alcantara (Witerary) Tinuyan-Falls by Jojie Alcantara (Witerary)
After inspiring us by her photos, she then start her discussion about photojournalism and gave some tips in blogging. The “do’s and don’ts” and the “pros and cons” in putting up a blog. Her discussion was then followed by The Opera Campus Crew of MSU. Alexis Chua author of Deblogged introduced its features and highlighted the “mouse gestures” of this browser which made it different from other browsers.
Me, trying to shoot something Working with BULB Me and Arghie Tanchi and I a MUST!Shot by Tanchi Lines Tilted Their Room Hallway
Stay in View outside the Japanese Hall Tilted Their Christmas Tree Tanchi (left) and Arghie (right)
Tilted Hallway At nightGlasses The Opera Campus Crew Founder of Soccsksargen BloggersThe Bloggers Japanese Hall at night 

The Experience was fun. After the workshop, the Soccsksargen Bloggers Christmas Party follwed and the awarding of the photo safari.

The people who made this event possible are:
1. Orman Manansala author of Ganda Ever So Much
2. Avel Manansala author of GenSan News Online Mag
3. The Opera Browser
4. Smart; and
5. The Farm

Now, what are you waiting for? Visit and Experience the true beauty of nature at The Farm, Koronadal City. Call them now at 083-228-1888.

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