(From left) Rudy De Leon, Jingay Kaimo, Camera Club of the Philippines president Paul San Pedro, Emil Dacovol, Lorenzo Manalang and Narciso dela Merced
Ever lasting night
BUSINESS CHIC - Johnny Litton (The Philippine Star) - December 3, 2018 - 12:00am

The Camera Club of the Philippines, in celebration of its 90th anniversary, mounted Ever Lasting Night, a photography exhibit held at Solaire Resort & Casino in Bay City, Paran?aque. Founded in 1928, the club is among the oldest photographic societies for hobbyists and professionals in Asia, and is possibly the oldest in Southeast Asia. Led by president Paul San Pedro, the exhibit celebrated the club’s long-time support of Philippine tourism and environment sustainability through the use of photography, as well as the many wonderful works of its lifetime members. Truly, from a small group of gentlemen passionate about their cameras, the club has transformed into a significant institution that contributes to the growth of Philippine photography. Congratulations to the Camera Club of the Philippines for 9 decades of passion and excellence!

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