Camera Geek TV Revisited

Our previous photography TV show name "Maximum Exposure" has been replaced with "Camera Geek TV". My partners hope to launch this show early this year-if there are no glitches. Producing and independent TV show is tough! Now meet the zany gangsters hosting our show:
Joe. Yours truly will just be a temporary host until a suitable debonnaire can be hired for cheap. Besides, broken-toothed photogs for show biz must repair their pearly whites immediately. LOL
Tooney. Known freelance wedding photographer with a knack for TV hosting plus good looks are always welcome in this industry. Her lovely, telegenic presence compliments her photography skills, and enticing personality.
Ahh, we have an unknown host I call "ninja" who will go on assignments and review gears. This dude will appear on the show wearing a black ski mask (or a 9" reflector, above), so please warned the studio guards and parking attendants to chillax when the ninja cometh.
Meg. The angel of our photography show. An advance amateur, this lady photog is the perfect host to all kinds of interviewees with sundry temperaments and ideosyncracies. Her wholesomeness keeps our feet firmly on the ground. Welcome aboard, Meg! May the good God of photography finally bless our efforts!

Meet The Strobist Gang For April

Congratulations, guys! May you show the world how to light-properly.

Lady Ambassadors Learn Photography

Regrets always happen in the end, and when I met and taught a bunch of lovely mujers from the many Spanish nations on earth some Adobe Photoshop, I immediately felt so sorry for myself for taking for granted my college Spanish language subjects! Learning a second or third language well opens the door to more opportunities! Little do Pinoys realize that there are many Spanish speaking nations. Ten verguenza!

Should Photogs Work For Free?!

Here's funny and serious chart on insights about working for free-or not. By Jessica Hische. Happy reading!

Join The First ANNUALE 2011!

The 13 AB Degree Programs of the School of Design and Art (of De La Salle University-College of St. Benilde) present a first-ever multi-sensory exhibit at the Museum of Contemporary Arts & Design (MCAD), March 30 till April 13. Checkout our very own AB Photo Degree Program's photo exhibit there too. Kudos to the many organizers and our to our beloved chairperson Leo Santos for this! Admission is gratis, except for shows at the Theatre and the Blackbox. For inqueries, please contact the SDA office at tel. no.: 536-67-52 loc. 135-138 or email