Mandy Navasero launches Batanes Photo Safari workshop
Put a touch of genius into your photography. Shoot pictures beyond a mere recording experience. Shots that leap off the page and hit you between the eyes; a waterfall so real you feel the drops in your skin; a child’s smile that warms you even when you stop looking. What do you have to do to get great shots like these?
With many years of experience, acclaimed photographer Mandy Navasero will teach special shots you’ll be proud of. She is an enthusiastic mentor who enjoys sharing insights and techniques that will make you a better and skillful photographer. Navasero is a graduate of Brooks Institute of Photography in Santa Barbara, California, major in Advertising and Illustration.
Her next Batanes Photo Safari is open to local and foreign tourists, hobbyists and non-photographers. Schedules are as follows: Feb. 14-18 (dental mission: two days tour and two days dental mission); March 1-4; March 7-30 (Holy Week) up to April 1 for those interested to visit the third island of Batanes-Itbayat; April 27-30; and June 1-4.
Batanes couldn’t offer more varied and photogenic locations. Each day provides unmatched opportunities to capture the islands’ environmental diversity and natural beauty. Not to mention the rugged shoreline and deep-blue sea in summer.
Navasero prides herself in working very hard to make the experience worth the time, money and enthusiasm. Each trip is fun, informative and a really good adventure for everyone. She puts heart and soul into each workshop.
Expect great opportunities for super images, playtime for all and camaraderie among participants. You will remember Batanes Photo Safari not only by the photos but by the total experience and time shared together.
For more information, contact 8963208, e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org or visit http://manilabiz.com/batanes-photo-safari.html or http://mandy-navasero.blogspot.com.
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