April 12, 2016

Everyday Photography for Kids

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  • Do your kids show an interest or talent in Photography? If so, take the chance to enhance those skills and heighten those interests by enrolling them in Everyday Photography for Kids to be held from May 7 to 8 at the Ayala Musuem, Makati. Designed for kids aged 6 to 11, this workshop for young children who have a passion for taking pictures. Kids are able to express themselves in a classroom setting and photo shoots that are supervised.




    The workshop will be conducted by Rosvic Castro, a physical therapist turned photographer, concept director and designer. Taking up Fashion Photography at Fashion Institute of the Philippines (FIP), she was featured as Photographer of the Week in one of the major periodicals in the Philippines. Some topics to be discussed are parts of the camera and its uses, framing and composition, indoor and outdoor shooting, proper lighting, and so much more.

    The fee of 3,200* is inclusive of handouts, materials, snacks, certificate, 3 free admissions to the museum, and one day free access to the library. Deadline of reservations is on April 24, 2016. 10% discount will be given to those who pay in full on or before the deadline. Early Bird, Ayala Museum and AGC Members can also avail the discount.


    What: Photography for Kids
    May 7 – 8, 2016; 9:00 am
    Ayala Museum, Ayala Center, Makati Ave cor. De La Rosa St., Ayala Center, Makati

    For inquiries and more information:
    Tel No: 02-757-7117 – 21 loc 25
    Email: villaflores.md@ayalafoundation.org

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