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Current Rank: 60 (News & Journalism)
URL: http://documentaryphotographyphilippines.blogspot.com/
Site Description: ARTICLES, INTERVIEWS, THOUGHTS AND ANECDOTES ON DOCUMENTARY PHOTOGRAPHY IN THE PHILIPPINES WRITTEN BY CRISTINA LUISA SEVILLA
Date Joined: Sep 10, 2009

Tags: Philippine press photography, Philippine press photographers, Philippine documentary, documentary photography, photo journalism


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Ms. Joan Bondoc: Photojournalist, Philippine Daily Inquirer
on Sep 16, 2009 in philippine press philippine photography philippine documentary manila press Philippine Daily Inquirer press photography documentary photography Joan bondoc Gigie Cruz talks to the first Filipino woman photojournalist on the value of ethicsMs. Joan Bondoc has been a photojournalist for 14 years, started her career as a photojournalist with The Philippine Daily Globe then joined Philippine Daily Inquirer...



Shooting with an Enlightened Heart
on Sep 15, 2009 in philippine press philippine photography philippine documentary manila press press photography documentary photography An interview with Luis Liwanag and his family by Gigie Cruz I met Luis Liwanag in 2004 during a workshop organized by the Philippine Center for Photojournalism in Subic, Zambales. Having well-known and established Filipino photojournalists as resou...



The Unanswerable Questions of Alex Baluyut
on Jan 19, 2009 in philippine press philippine photography alex baluyut philippine documentary manila press press photography documentary photography by: Cristina Luisa SevillaAlex Baluyut at the Manila Pen uprising of 2008. Photo by Cristina Luisa Sevilla.The walk back home was 3 kilometers long. The young, brash and rowdy group of teenage boys had gotten drunk in town and to get back to their...



ALEX BALUYUT
on Jan 19, 2009 in philippine press philippine photography alex baluyut philippine documentary manila press press photography documentary photography Alex Baluyut at the Manila Pen uprising of 2008. Photo by Cristina Luisa Sevilla.The walk back home was 3 kilometers long. The young, brash and rowdy group of teenage boys had gotten drunk in town and to get back to their houses, they would have to...



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