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ANALOG: A Workshop on Film & Travel Photography

Rediscover analogue photography & learn how to capture moments using film for our next Brew Your Best Year event in partnership with Yabang Pinoy & Post!

ANALOG is a one-day collaborative event that emphasizes the beauty of the Philippines through analogue photography, an organic technique that makes use of film and/or acid/chemicals to bring out the beauty in photos.

Here’s how to score 1 of 15 FREE slots:

1. Post any original photo you’ve taken (either film or digital) on Facebook or Instagram, with a short caption explaining why you want to learn about film photography.
2. Add the tags #CBTLxYabangPinoy, #Brew2017, and @brewph. Make sure your post is set on public to qualify!
3. Top submissions will win 1 of 15 FREE slots available.
4. Join until July 25, 2017 (Wednesday)

Speakers of the growing analogue photography community and other photographers will talk about the creative processes in photography, analogue photography as an art form, and travel photography.

Speaker 1

Sonny Thakur is a travel photographer, Editorial Photographer for Grid, and a gentleman. When he isn’t working for publications such as Rogue, Esquire and Travel + Leisure, he’s running his own. Though he trained his eye in cities from New York to Manila, he finds himself returning consistently to the coastline. (from Analog)

Speaker 2

Danna Peña is a professional writer, photography hobbyist, travel blogger and Sino Pinas member. Previously having worked for an advertising industry followed by a news publication, she now controls her time as a full-time freelancer. A lover of the mountains and the sea, she loves creating content out of her travels, most of which are local destinations. (from Analog)

Speaker 3

Javi Cang is an adventurer, mountaineer, photographer and finance professional. He began climbing mountains as a teenager and his explorations have led him to the top of some of the highest peaks in the Philippines and around the world. In 2011, he did a pioneering traverse of Mount Apo and Mount Talomo via the Tamayong Route. He co-founded Summiting Sarcoma, a passion project that raised funds for an Osteosarcoma patient in Philippine General Hospital and was a cetacean researcher for Balyena.org, a humpback whale research and conservation project. (from Analog)

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