People Photography Workshop with Pierre de Vallombreuse
French photographer Pierre de Vallombreuse will lead a free workshop called People Photography: A Corollary Talk on the Valley Photo Exhibition at the National Museum of the Philippines on September 2.
You can join the People Photography workshop for free. /IMAGE
If people-watching is your hobby, you can take it to the next level by capturing the moments that define people’s emotions and the story of their lives in photos. All you need is a good camera and a good photography guru.
Vallombreuse is widely known for his extensive photo-documentation of various indigenous communities around the world.
A photograph of the Suma people in Ethiopia by Pierre de Vallombreuse. /IMAGE Pierre De Vallombreuse Facebook page
This workshop is a collateral event for Vallombreuse’s The Valley exhibition at the National Museum, celebrating the 70th anniversary of diplomatic ties between the Philippines and France.
Vallombreuse has been collecting photographs of the ethnolinguistic group, Tau’t Batu in Singnapan Valley in Palawan since 1988. 81 photographs and over 100 digital photos will be exhibited publicly starting August 31.
What: People Photography
When: September 2, 2017, 2 p.m.
Where: Senator Claro M. Recto Function Hall, 3rd Floor, National Museum of Fine Arts, Padre Burgos Ave., Ermita, Manila