I recently attended Parc Cruz‘s Portraits Workshop… Amazing! It’s always good learning something new! 🙂
It was a very rainy 2-day event, but nonetheless, my fellow participants’ mood was never darkened one bit. I can now say I can shoot and post-process at acceptable levels 😀 Very happy how I got to know how to use my camera. It’s really funny that sometime people just buy things without reading the manual.
Thanks to the Studio54 organizers and Sir Parc for bringing it on!
This newbie is happy 🙂
Here are a few of my outputs for Parc Cruz’s Portraits Workshop:
This African model is the stunning Uzo Israel-Bolarinwa:
The equally captivating Miss Maggie Magno:
And, my surprise model, Manong Custodian:
He was watching the shoot and was very kind enough to pose 😛
Rating: 5 out of 5
I have had other workshops with Sir Parc, feel free to check them out here.
Parc Cruz. A self-taught photographer whose creative path started in July of 2005, Parc Cruz’ work has become famous for its powerful cinematic qualities. Since exploding onto the local photography scene, PARC is renowned for constantly pushing the limits of convention. He is also known for his experimental explorations with a distinct and readily recognizable style of his own.
PARC’s works have been published in various magazines such as I-MAG Photography Magazine, Digital Photographers Philippines, Manila Bulletin’s Picture Perfect, Seair Inflight Magazine and the Illustrado Magazine in Dubai and US. His works have also been featured online in File, DCMag UK, Bending Light, and World Pulse Asia Magazines, as well as on Inquirer.Net.
PARC’s exhibition credits include Beyond Frames at OWG in 2006, as well as the Pinoy Photography Organization Group Exhibit in 2007. He was also part of The Gifts, a year-long exhibit at the Philam Center in 2008, which showcased his one-man show. Also in 2008, PARC was part of a tourism exhibit in Zamboanga, the Artes De Colores, sponsored by the city government.
PARC also does workshop to aspiring photographers and digital artists both in Manila and abroad.