Ateneo Marketing Club Photography Workshop By Jojie Alcantara (published in SunStar Davao) For three successive years, I have been conducting my basic photography workshop with the Ateneo Marketing Club (AMARC) under its moderator Ms. Donna Abrina. The club is composed of marketing students from second to the fourth year. This year, my recent workshop with the club reached a hundred enthusiastic participants. Held inside the Ateneo de Davao University campus, my lecture was about promoting a product through creative photography and its basic compositions. Visual communication is an essential part of advertising and the most effective way of delivering messages to the public through images. This is how photography creates an impact in the minds of consumers. Once again my students were quick learners as they formed teams and collaborated on several product shoots using their digital cameras and mobile phones. The teams were given a chance to present their photos and explain their creative process. They submitted their entries without editing or retouching. Thanks to our favorite sponsors, their products were used as subjects …
Before I start, I should tell you I am not exactly a Celine Dion fanatic. I admire her music, quirky and warm personality in interviews, but because radio stations keep playing her songs, they don’t register in my mind anymore. Blame it on the movie Titanic. It’s all coming back to me now.
When the Consul General of Indonesia in Davao City, Berlian Napitupulu, invited me to do a basic photography workshop for his office staff, I agreed right away. Indonesia has a soft spot in my heart for many reasons.
Jojin the Araw ng Dabaw Fun Photography Workshop with Jojie Alcantara in Robinsons Abreeza
For about two and a half decades now, PhotoWorld Asia (PWA) has continued its primary objective of training individuals in art particularly photography which is a very lucrative activity.
The country’s leading telecom and digital services provider, PLDT, and its mobile subsidiary, Smart Communications, are about to welcome a new day with a fresh brand identity that aims to “reflect their desire to empower their customers who are increasingly embracing digital services in their daily lives.”
Jojie Alcantara Travel Photography Workshop on Feb. 20
“”DAVAO is not called the ‘Fruit Basket of the Philippines’ for nothing. Top of the heap — the rich, pungent King of Fruits, which is practically the city’s favorite fruit.” Silkwinds Magazine Story by Joyce Ong Y.T. and photos by Rhonson Ng and Jojie Alcantara
Cebu Pacific Air’s Smile Magazine June issue features Davao region, which includes my birthplace Mati City, and my home, Davao. Photos of mine included
My photos were featured on July 2015 issue of Silkwinds Magazine, the Inflight Magazine of Silkair (Regional Wing of Singapore Airlines)