Resource Speaker/Expert: Edwin Tuyay
Room C – June 08, 2019 | Saturday, 02:00 pm – 05:00 pm (Half day)
An introduction on how corporate brands set the visual tone for their company identity, aesthetic style, culture, products/services in photo requirements. Rich in untapped opportunities and creativity, participants will learn the types of images used for corporate photography, professional portraiture, and how to capture them as it showcases corporate-inspired images of people working, meeting, listening or interacting in a business environment.
Level: Beginner to Intermediate
Target Audience: Graphic artists and designers, Photographers, Layout artists, Product Designers, Brand developers, Creative artists, Multimedia, Sales and Marketing professionals, and those involved in annual report production projects.
He built most of his career in photojournalism as a Staff Photographer for Asiaweek Magazine from 1988-2001. Witnessing the movers and shakers of the Asian region, his images decorated cover after cover of the publication. Today, he works as a Freelance Photographer, and devotes his passion for photography to cover the streets of Manila.
Likewise free-lances for Time, Newsweek, Fortune and other international publications. His recent cover for Time was the portrait of President Duterte.
He believes in the development of new generation of photographers and gives talks/teaches as an instructor on Photojournalism and Corporate Photography at the Philippine Center for Creative Imaging.
He is an Ambassador for Sigma Lens here in the Philippines.