An introduction to photography business and basic photography workshop was held for Filipino Photographers in South Korea (FILIPOS) by its previous president and a former EPS worker Samuel Grado for two consecutive Sundays: October 23 at Bupyeong Atomy Center and October 30 at Damunwha Center Hansung University Station.
The workshop aimed to equip FILIPOS members of the how’s of photography business in the Philippines and a hands on of wedding concept photo shoot on their last day.
Filipino Photographers in South Korea to some may just be a club of hobbyist photographers, but numerous members are taking it to the next level and that is …… getting to the photography business itself.
Photography requires skill and passion, it’s not just having that latest cameras and gears out there, you should also be buckled up with knowledge and mastery… and if you do that is clearly an edge to this feat. Anyone can be a photographer but it takes time to master. That is why workshops and photo shoots are provided for FILIPOS members.
Samuel Grado has his own photo studio in Philippines that he started after finishing his contract as EPS worker in Korea. He introduced basic photography, lightings, giving highlight to wedding and event photography and maintaining a photo studio.
Having an owned business might be an ultimate dream of an overseas Filipino worker…. well, who doesn’t anyway? After long years of hard work and being away from our family we must have one to start with.