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Mga Isko at Iska!
Get it while its is hot! We mean, the sunshine!
Join us for this year's PHOTOLAKAD 2017. Photolakad is a UPAABC activity that aims to bring us together and enjoy an activity we all love - KODAKAN!📸
We will meet at the A-maze-ing Laughter Statues at Morton Park near English Bay at 10 AM, on August 5, Saturday, and photograph our way to Granville Island where we will finish our trip.
Our mechanics is as follows:
THEME: VANCOUVER SEAWALL IMAGES IN COLOUR
Photos will be taken from the Seawall, like scenery, structures such as buildings, Science World, Inukshuk, laughing statues, people, etc.
A good photographic image will always stand out among different categories. For example - a toddler trying to catch a ball and laughing like crazy, elderly couple holding hands while watching the scenery, a paddle boater dwarfed by a monster tanker, stone formations on the seawall, the crowd of shoppers in Granville Market, dragon boaters with Science World behind them, etc. We will consider these examples as copyrighted, so you have to think of your own images! :-)
There are plenty of photo opportunities on the Photolakad route. You just have to use your eyes and be creative.
Winners will be chosen by our distinguished UPAABC founders and respected artists and will be presented during our Christmas Party and AGM on November 25, 2017 at Van Dusen Gardens. Winners get a print copy of their work, as well as bragging rights! 😎
Tito Bert Quibuyen is Chief Organizer of this activity. Thanks Tito Bert!
See you all there