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The Camera Club of Negros announced a one-day Bodyscape Photography Workshop to be led by renowned photographer Ricky Ladia on June 22, in Bacolod City.

The comprehensive workshop is designed for photographers of all skill levels, from beginners eager to explore the art of bodyscape photography, to seasoned professionals seeking to refine their techniques. Participants will gain valuable insights from Ladia’s extensive experience, learning the secrets behind capturing stunning and captivating bodyscape images.

Workshop highlights include expert instruction where Ricky Ladia will share his knowledge and expertise, guiding participants through the fundamentals of bodyscape photography; technical expertise as the workshop will delve into the latest photography techniques and equipment, empowering photographers to achieve their creative vision, all in a collaborative environment that will provide participants the opportunity to network with fellow photographers, sharing ideas and fostering a supportive community.

The registration fee for the workshop is P1,500, exclusive of snacks or lunch. Space is limited, so interested participants are encouraged to register early.

Those interested may register by paying the registration fee at the Camera Club of Negros’ Chinabank account (details provided below) or via GCash, sending screenshot of proof of payment, and sending a message to the Camera Club of Negros Facebook page (Facebook: Camera Club Of Negros) with the screenshot and “Your Name – Bodyscape” in the message body. Finally, complete the online registration form. Registration will close upon reaching full capacity.

This workshop is strictly for participants aged 18 and above.

The Camera Club of Negros is a non-profit organization dedicated to promoting photography as an art form and fostering a community of passionate photographers in the Negros Occidental region. The club regularly hosts workshops, events, and exhibitions to empower photographers of all skill levels to explore their creativity and elevate their craft.

For further inquiries about the workshop, please contact the Camera Club of Negros through their Facebook page (Facebook Camera Club Of Negros).*

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