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My SEAMEO-SPAFA S.E.A Archeology conference experience

I had the privilege to attend the 2nd SEMEO SPAFA Conference, organized by the Southeast Asian Regional Centre for Archaeology and Fine Arts. Established in 1985, the Centre is under the aegis of the Southeast Asian Ministers of Education Organization (SEAMEO) and is hosted by the Government of Thailand. The main objective of the Centre is to promote professional competence, awareness, and preservation of cultural heritage in the fields of archaeology and fine arts in Southeast Asia. The conference is just one avenue wherein the objectives of the Centre will be achieved. The conference was held at Chonburi Thailand last [ ... ]

Secrets of the master photography workshop@Lake Sebu-Part 3

Today we started our day by going to the market place to see some old T’boli women who regularly wear the traditional attire while going about their day to day activities in the marketplace. Sir George instructed us to practice photography etiquette by asking permission from them first before taking a photograph.There were around three old T’boli women wearing their traditional T’Boli attire who were there. One of them agreed to be photographed (After much convincing by our local guide). Love what you just read ? Don't forget:  If you like us, we will love you ! 

Secrets of the master photography workshop@Lake Sebu-Part 2

This is a continuation of my blogpost “Secrets of the master photography workshop@Lake Sebu-Part 1” – Today, I decided to start the day early in order to catch the sunrise. We were given an assignment to take pictures for the day and present our 5 best shots for critiquing in the evening. Unfortunately the place we were staying, the Mountain Eco resort does not have the best sunrise, so I took pictures of the blooming lotus and the beautiful landscape since the resort is located at one side of the beautiful lake Sebu. Love what you just read ? Don't forget:  If [ ... ]

Secrets of the Master-Photography workshop@Lake Sebu-Part 1

Photography is really not my passion. I have several reasons for this. First, I don’t have the patience for it. I do not see the point in pressing buttons and adjusting knobs and because of the delay you missed a good shot. I’ve always associated photography as being complicated and time consuming. Secondly, I do not like the idea of bringing a lot of baggage in my trips and having photography as a hobby requires you to bring a bulky DSLR and several lenses. I am a very practical person, and I just choose to bring an integrated device such [ ... ]

My 20th IPPA congress experience – Day 6

We started the last day of the IPPA congress by attending the lectures at 10:30 a.m. Our professor, Jobers Bersales will be giving a lecture, discussing his findings on the San Remegio digs which is the first archaeological excavation that I have been to. He was the last speaker so while waiting for him, we got to listen to a lot of other interesting papers including from our friend Dr. Yo from Japan on excavations on the Jomon and from our Vietnamese friend Pham on the Champa civilization. Love what you just read ? Don't forget:  If you like us, we will [ ... ]
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